• 01:36

    PTRN Pagan Variety Show with Witch School International President, Alan Salmi

    in Spirituality

    Dear Witch School Students, Members and Staff,


    I am writing to you as the new President of Witch School, International. Ed Hubbard has handed me the reins to run the school and its various divisions, such as Magick TV, the Facebook Pages, yahoo groups, our Ning social site and Pagans Tonight internet radio shows. Of course, I can’t do this without the help of our excellent staff.


    In the past few days, I’ve been contacting our staff members to find out how they keep all these projects running and, I have to say, I’ve been impressed! Coordinating our social media sites along with our school also involves the help of volunteers who mentor students, answer questions and help to keep the excitement of our family of projects alive.


    Two things that I’ve been asked to do, especially in the coming year are to bring a fresh vision to the school with new ideas and ways for students to be involved and to shift all of Witchschool International into a non-profit religious education organization. We hope to increase the ways that we can serve the Pagan and magickal communities while keeping our historical important role of support for the Correlian Tradition of Wicca.


    Let me introduce myself and answer questions, so feel free to call in! Keep in mind, I’m still “getting my feet wet” so I may not know all the answers, but I’m interested in your questions. Questions and suggestions can be sent to me via the ning social site or alan@witchschool.com.

  • 00:01

    The Los Angeles Unified School District/UTLA Teachers Union

    in Politics

    According to the "California Watch", with California's public school system facing economic uncertainties...some of the most financially troubled districts have been elevating the payroll for top administrators. One is the Los Angeles Unified School District, the nation's 2nd-largest district, has been buried under a cumulative $2.8 billion dollar deficit for the past five years, and has eliminated more than 12,000 teaching and staff positions. Los Angeles Unified pays Superintendent John Deasy $384,948 a year, about five times the salary of the average teacher. Since 2009 the school district has raised John Deasy's salary by 32 percent. Superintendent Deasy has attracted controversy in this position and other positions. According to the Substance News, John Deasy claims to have earned his PhD at the University of Louisville (UL) in the College of Ed.


    The Dean of the college at the time was Robert Felner, now serving a prison term of 63 months for a variety of frauds committed against the University of Louisville, and other universities, which includes misappropriation of a $649,000 federal grant. Felner was also convicted of stealing $2.3 million in research grants. John Deasy got a "fake" PhD directly under Felner in a period of 4 months, earning only 9 credits! John Deasy has been thrown out of other superintendent positions for having this "fake" PhD. Why is the LAUSD Board members allowing Deasy to keep this job? Is it kickbacks? As Superintendent, John Deasy has overseen thousands of teachers losing their jobs. Incredibly, Los Angeles teachers have not received a salary increase in 7 years! The UTLA teacher's union leaders was paid a total of $1,327,172 in salaries, and $444,309 in OTHER compensation, for a total of $1,771,481 a year! It's clear the UTLA teacher's union is in bed with the School District.


    Questions: Contact us at: PatriciaMcAllBlogTalk@aol.com

  • 00:43

    ASCD on HIRING GREAT TEACHERS

    in Education

    ASCD on  HIRING GREAT TEACHERS


     Assistant Director of The School University Research Network at The College of William and Mary Dr Jennifer Hindman, ASCD author of Effective Teacher Interviews and Professor of Human Resources Adminsitration for aspiring K-12 Principals  Congratulantions Jen on having the week's longest title. 


     


    Presented by 


    GREAT BOOKS FOUNDATION


    www.greatbooks.com  @greatbooksfnd


     

  • 00:58

    Tuesday In School

    in Lifestyle

    Remember being glad Tuesday was here in grade school?  No???  Me neither!  I actually liked the days when we had Physical Education so I could pass the basketball!   I liked choir day, but, Tuesday held no significance to me!  It was time to go memorize one more random fact out of context so I could get a good grade!  Wow, what was the point (or is the point) of grade school?  Oh, to get grades!  That's it!

  • 00:44

    ​THE NATIONAL TEACHERS HALL OF FAME

    in Education

    THE NATIONAL TEACHERS HALL OF FAME


     


    Yeah, there is one...in Emporia KS and we have Executive Director of said Hall, Carol Strickland to tell us all about it. And a hearty thanks to Michelle Accardi at NBPTS for introducing us to Carol


    www.nthf.org  @teachershall


     


    Presented by Zaner Bloser 


    www.zaner-bloser.com  @zanerbloser

  • 00:41

    SOCIAL STUDIES CENTRAL:a great resource for social studies teachers

    in Education

    SOCIAL STUDIES CENTRAL


    We've got GlennWiebe of ESSDACK about a great resource for social studies teachers 


    www.socialstudiescentral.com @glennw98

  • 00:30

    The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

    in Self Help

    Join Deb and Samantha as they discuss the amazing and life changing journey of Santiago, an Andalusian shepherd boy who dreams of treasure in the Egyptian pyramids.  Santiago meets many mentors and spiritual teachers who instruct him to stay true to his dreams.  The story of The Alchemist will inspire you, change you, uplift you and remind you to seek out your own treasure.

  • 00:09

    Free Printable Worksheets for Busy Teachers

    in Business

    Free Printable Worksheets for Busy Teachers is our topic on The Core Business Show with Tim Jacquet. Free printable worksheets and lesson plans for every busy teacher. Find printable worksheets on any topic: vocabulary, grammar, listening, reading, writing and speaking! For example, Writing paragraphs worksheets: practice writing a paragraph, Information: writing worksheet, types of writing, writing a variety of forms, different kinds of writing, narrative writing, and expository writing. We will discuss more sites in order to give you more resources.This show is sponsored by Apple Capital Group, Inc. 

  • 00:46

    Noon Day School of Prayer

    in Radio

    Time 2 PUSH Prayer Line Ministries presents the BiblentheHood Noon Day School of Prayer with Nora Love & Vonita Brown


    Nora Love  is a seasoned Woman of God who takes us deep into the prayer closet as she shares biblical truth and spiritual insight about prayer, Holy living and the Work of the Holy Spirit.


    Vonita Brown is a Mighty Prayer Warrior and dynamic Prayer Strategist who takes command with prophetic prayers to encourage the Body of Christ


    The Noon Day School of Prayer is broadcast Monday through Wednesday from 12:30pm to 1:00pm (PST) Call in your prayer request...Get on the Call! 559-726-1200 Acess Code 523740

  • 00:15

    #17 Four Ways Teachers Survive A Painful Loss

    in Education

    For show notes go to https://sheilajaneteaching.com/4-ways-teachers-survive-painful-loss/

  • 00:59

    Teachers Unions Flunked Their Midterms in 2014

    in Politics Conservative

    Matt Frendewey is the National Communications Director for The American Federation for Children.  Led by the NEA and AFT, the national teachers' unions boasted of spending $80 million in this election to defeat candidates who support vouchers, teacher accountability and other promising education reforms. They lost. And they lost big.


     


    The number one target for school choice opponents was Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, an unapologetic supporter of vouchers for kids in the struggling under-performing schools. The unions spent millions to defeat Walker – three times – and they lost all three times.


     


    The American Federation for Children and the Alliance for School Choice seek to improve our nation’s K-12 education by advancing systemic and sustainable public policy that empowers parents, particularly those in low-income families, to choose the education they determine is best for their children.


     


     

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