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Policy is not an exciting topic for most. It tends to be a conversation that only includes the privileged few: Politicians, lawmakers, and academics while leaving citizens, students, parents and educators left to deal with the results. Here at EduPoliCafe its your voice that matters most.
In this episode we will talk about why policy matters in education.
We will answer two key questions
What is Educational Policy? Why citizens like you should care about it?
Join our hosts for a dicscussion of Obama's foreign policy failures, debacles, deliberate connivance, and the implications of his continued path of fomenting turmoil in the Middle East, offending allies, emboldening America's enemies, and deliberately looking like an amateur. Join our hosts for an in depth exploration of Obama's non-existent foreign policy, his shredding of allies, friendship toward America's enemies, and absence of leadership on the world stage. How has America become so impotent in a world coming apart at the seams? Tune in and join the discussion concerning Obama's "absent without leave" during these required lessons for every leader of the world's only superpower.
Created and Directed by Reaper Productions
Note: This show was originally scheduled to air on Tuesday, 29 Oct 2013
Join your host Wes Blackman as he welcomes three energy policy experts to the High Noon in Lake Worth studios. Ret. Mayor General Bill Hodgkins will talk about the linkage between Energy Security and National Security. He is active in the group called Veterans for Energy (Vets4Energy). David Mica will be joining us as well. Mr. Mica is the Executive Director of the Florida Petroleum Council. He will discuss the following issues:
Background on the Florida Petroleum Council Renaissance in American oil and natural gas production Information on shale and shale development Information on advancements that have enabled more shale development Horizontal drilling Hydraulic fracturing (fracking) Where is fracking taking place in the U.S..? Can it/will it be done in Florida? In-depth explanation of fracking process and safety measures Dispel myths and misinformation on fracking Highlight energy independence and economic benefits of increased domestic shale development Also joining us will be Jennifer Fennell who is Vice President of CoreMessage, a Tallahassee-based public relations and issues advocacy firm.. She is also Field Director for the Florida Energy Forum.
All this is very timely due to the announcement this week of the approval for the new Florida natural gas pipeline.
Monday, September 16, 2013
1:00 PM - 1:30 PM EDT
What are the national policy conversations that need to happen in order to get the long-term unemployed back to work and insure that graduating high school and college students have the skills they need to enter the workforce? Dr. Carl Van Horn, Rutgers University professor and founding director of the Heldrich Center for Workforce Development, tackles these questions in a WorkforceCentral interview with NAWB CEO Ron Painter on Monday, September 16 at 1:00 PM EDT. Ron and Carl will discuss the high-level findings from over 25,000 interviews with American workers as published in Carl’s book, Working Scared (Or Not at All): The Lost Decade, Great Recession, and Restoring the Shattered American Dream. They’ll examine several strategic recommendations and how workforce development professionals can contribute to reshaping policy and help more Americans overcome un- and underemployment.
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Is he Jesus? Is he Robert E. Lee? Is he both? Jesus E. Lee fights to defend Richmond, VA from the evil onslaught of Angel Eyes.
This Monday on Graphic Policy Radio we welcome the team behind Jesus E. Lee, Jon Carroll and Nick Justus!
Have questions in how to get into the comic book business or what it's like to be an independent comic creator? Here's your chance to talk to this dynamic creative team.
You can chat with them live by calling in or Tweeting us @graphicpolicy this Monday at 10pm ET.
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It's Monday and that means a brand new episode of Graphic Policy Radio, the show that mixes comic books and politics.
This week sees a hodgepodge of discussions:
New York Comic Con kicks off this week and we'll be discussing what we might expect Our two hosts are both planning their weddings, we'll discuss geek weddings We'll chatting some of our favorite comics of the past weeks and tip you off as to what you should be reading! We'll be discussing all of that and more in this week's episode. We want to hear from you! Chat with us on Twitter, @graphicpolicy or call in too.
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This Monday listen in to the latest episode of Graphic Policy Radio. This show we show off our Transformers fandom with special guest Mairghread Scott.
Mairghread is a writer for the television show Transformers Prime and the first ever female writer for an official Transformers comic book.
We'll not just be discussing Transformers, but also what it's like being a female creator in the comic book industry.
We've already published one interview with her, so you can get an idea of what we'll be discussing, but we also want to hear from you!
Join in on the show, by not just listening in, but also calling in with your questions and Tweeting at us, @graphicpolicy.
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We've taken a few weeks off, but Graphic Policy Radio is back for a brand new episode crammed with news, reviews and more.
In this episode:
We'll discuss DC Comics' war on marriage as they have denied the marriage of Batwoman and her love Maggie leading to two creators resigning. DC Comics also released a tone deaf open call having budding artists submit a comic stip featuring Harley Quinn attempting suicide. We'll discuss new releases such as Marvel's Battle of the Atom, DC's Forever Evil and Villain's Month, The Massive, Red Sonja, Lazarus and more! So join us this Monday night as we talk about that and more and we want to hear from you! So call in with your thoughts or chat with us on Twitter, @graphicpolicy.
Happy Independence Day! The Fourth of July has come and gone. Our nation has celebrated the birth of the United States with much fanfare. While everyone BBQed and set off fireworks I (being the nerd that I am) began thinking about the founding fathers. As I watched the fireworks many questions arose:
"What did Thomas Jefferson think about education?"
"How did the principals outlined in the Declaration of Independence inform the way we think about education?"
"When did education become a right, not a privilege?"
In this episode we will explore these questions through situating educational policy within American History.
Social scientist, history buffs, educational theorist, this episode is for you. Call in to join the conversation!
In this episode we will continue exploring the historical roots of education in the US. We will discuss important thought leaders in the evolution of public access to education.
Last episode we focused the founding fathers, John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, ideas on public education. Today we will introduce the contributions from key leaders such as Horace Mann and John Dewey. Finally, we will address the legacy of segregation and the policies that led to realization of true democratic schools.
Call in to join the discuss!
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