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  • 00:42

    SCHOOL COUNSELORS; MINDSETS & BEHAVIORS K-12 FROM A.S.C.A.

    in Education

    ASCA's Dr Eric Sparks with an update for school counselors on this important subject k_12 Important for school boards and adminsitrators too. 

  • 00:44

    Tackling Mental Health - The Need for School Counselors

    in Education

    There is much discussion about the role that mental health issues have played in schools and communities that have been impacted by recent college campus shootings and other school shootings.


    On this week's Know-It-All: The ABCs of Education, join us for an informative conversation with George Washington University Associate Professor of Counseling, Dr. Sam Steen. School counselors address mental health issues that arise and also support students' healthy social, emotional, and academic development.With his expertise and research on group counseling, Dr. Steen has identified key counseling strategies, particularly group counseling, that can produce positive outcomes for individuals inside schools and in communities as a whole.  Dr. Steen will share with us his enlightening perspective on the benefits and necessity of having counselors and other mental health professionals in the school environment. 


    Host Allison R. Brown is a civil rights attorney and President of Allison Brown Consulting (ABC), which creates education equity plans and promotes equity in education.

  • 02:00

    Talk Back Tuesday's: Atlanta Public School Scandal!

    in Self Help

    Last Tuesday, eight Atlanta Public Schools employees were sentenced to prison in one of the largest school cheating scandals in American history. The educators were convicted of racketeering — a felony typically reserved for mob bosses, drug kingpins and terrorists.

    While similar scandals have occurred in 39 different states and Washington, D.C., the offenders have rarely been prosecuted as criminals. Yet in an unprecedented move, the prosecutors in Atlanta charged the educators under Georgia's "Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act" — a law passed in 1980 specifically to combat the scourge of organized crime. RICO laws, which EXIST at the federal level and in 33 states, empower prosecutors to go after the leaders of organized crime who order but do not personally commit crimes such as robbery, money laundering and murder. Individuals convicted under such laws can face up to 20 years in prison.

    Did the charges fit the crime? Was this organized crime? or simply unethical? Are we so familiar with justice not being served that when it is we think its unjust or even racism. Is this a prime example of overciminization in America? And most importantly What about the CHILDREN? 

    Call in and let's discuss this case and the educational system in America today. How can we improve or change the systemic and blatant disregard for education and justice for the real victims in this case. Come Get on the COUCH and let's talk about this and much more!!!! 




    RESOURCE: AJC

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  • 00:31

    School of Sonship

    in Christianity

    Equip members of the Body of Christ in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland, Finland in the revelation of  functioning in their identity as sons of God

  • 00:33

    School of Sonship pt 2

    in Christianity

     


    Fufiling the Romans 8:19 mandate


    An Army , a Body, a Family  called the manifested sons of God is rising up out of Iceland, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark that will push back the powers of darkness, establish the kingdom rule of the lord Jesus, and the Government of heaven in their nations.

  • 00:44

    SCHOOL CLIMATE IMPROVEMENT:CURRENT TRENDS , NEEDS AND RESOURCES

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    SCHOOL CLIMATE IMPROVEMENT:CURRENT TRENDS , NEEDS AND RESOURCES


    GREAT BOOKS FOUNDATION brings us Jonathan Cohen of the National School Climate Center on current trends in school climate that impact student learning. Hot topic these days. 

  • 01:51

    Talk Back Tuesdays: Hello Grief, Goodbye Sorrow! Its a New Day

    in Self Help

    Celebrating Mothers Everyday! And what about the Baltimore mother yesterday? It's the month of May and Mothers have one day.  Women function in many roles that include, the secure, and sometimes-tumultuous task of Motherhood. Grief is a short word that describes variant degrees of loss.  It could be as simple as losing a favorite pair of shades, to disappointing a child by not keeping your word, then the ultimate losses, such as loosing a child.  The many hats of Mother (earth) can keep us moving so fast we can feel overwhelmed, emotionally burned out, and just plain ole tired.  Many of use are not able to identify grief as a source of angst, thereby unable to develop skills that allow healing of the heart.  Learning to identify grief can mean the difference between generational trauma, and having love, life, and laughter.  This week on talk back Tuesdays join 3 counselors and a couch as we begin the month of May dedicating issues of health and wellness to the Mothers of this earth.  Whether you have given birth to children, or given the responsibility of molding the mind of a child, its imperative our soil remain fertile without feeding them contaminants that pass throughout generations.  Come get on the Couch!


     

  • 02:00

    What is Universal School Of Thought?

    in Education

    Join us as we have open discussion regarding what the universal school of thought is about, our purpose and the future of the movement.....Round table format is when callers are placed live on the air immediately after pressing the number 1 on the touchpads of the phone. We gonna discuss a lot of the things we've been doing, are doing and are going to be doing......Join us and add on

  • 01:48

    TALK BACK TUESDAYS: The Freedom Fighters, The Baltimore Riots!!!!

    in Self Help

    Why do you want to be on the front line and put your life in danger?


    Yesterday in the Westside of Baltimore MD, some young high school children planned a protest in response to the brutal death of Freddie Gray once again by the police.  Why has it come down to the children giving a response?  Why did the news spend all day focusing on the riots and not the escalating frustration of historical marginalization, oppression, and violent attacks against African American males? Why are there so many excuses used by African Americans to justify not mobilizing against these assassinations? Why are we still talking and not doing?  Where are the freedom fighters for 2015 the flash back of 1968? These unjust murders are a state of EMERGENCY and we have no more time to answer these questions and so many others. Let’s talk about how we can mobilize on talk back Tuesdays with 3 counselors and a couch. Come get on the Couch!

  • School of Thought

    in Prayer

    School of Thought by Rabbi Khannah Josué is an interactive and engaging program that will take its audience on a journey of spiritual and self–discovery on how to navigate everyday life using Biblical principles.