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The Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students) Program is the largest school based father engagement program in the nation with over 4000 schools participating.
David Grubbs is the principal of Grandview Elementary School in Windsor, Colorado. Grandview was the 6th school of 144 Colorado schools running the Watch D.O.G.S. program. The program is continuing to thrive and fathers have made a significant impact at Grandview Elementary. The dads are now actually part of the school's emergency action plan.
Each week, WatchDOGS Radio host Keith Schumacher and co-host Chris Danenhauer discuss how this program is impacting families and schools across our nation and in four foreign countries.
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This re-broadcast is in memory of all the victims of senseless violence and suicide in the United States and other countries. Our sympathies are extended to the families of Robin Williams and millions more. This episode of the Student2Teacher radio discusses ways adult students and Student Veterans cope with senseless violence. Our Special Guest is Melinda Vail, Intuitive Therapist, Hypnotherapist, Medium, Author, and Lecturer. She will join Dr. Applewhite, students, teachers, Veterans, and other guests as we explore how students and employees diagnosed with mental disabilities are impacted by the stigmas associated with those diagnosed and “undiagnosed” with Bipolar Disorder, PTSD, and more. Veterans join our VET2VET™ segment for news updates and commentary at the end of the show. Would you please send your donation of at least $10 or more to continue our radio broadcasts, and help our students and Veterans with disabilities reach their education and workforce goals? Visit http://whiteappleinstitute.org and click on DONATE. Click on Radio to listen to episodes of the Student2Teacher ™ radio show any day of the week.
This show is focused on the discrimination found with student loan debt, financial aid, and the lack of accommodations promised at admission. Several students, Veterans, teachers, and supporters of White Apple Institute lead the discussion about how they have been denied completion of their educational goals because of discrimination related to their disability. Most deficits seen in learning disabled adult students are identified in math, reading, and writing classes and require re-testing. Many who do not test with appropriate accommodations either drop-out or are forced out, leaving them underemployed and burdened with student loan debt. Listen to the episodes of the Student2teacher show any day of the week by visiting http:// blogtalkradio.com/student2teacher . To learn more about how you can support our students and veterans with disabilities with succeeding in the workforce visit http://www.whiteappleinstitute.org
My guest will be Kristina Zimmerman who is the 2014 Student Chair of the AAFP National Conference of Medical Students. This year's meeting will take place August 7-9, 2014 in Kansas City and the hashtag for the meeting is #AAFPNC. During this meeting, we will be talking about this year's meeting, Family Medicine Advocacy, and whatever else comes up. Hope you can join us!
The loss of time and wages is astronomical for sick leaves, as reported by educational institutions and employers. A major contributor is the delay in health care services and the documentation needed for excused sick leave. Hear Dr. Danita Applewhite and guests discuss student and employee rights to sick leave; what documentation is needed; and how to adapt to changes in schedules and responsibilities. Join our VET2VET discussions with Co=Producer, Mitchell Caviness, at the close of our show. Hear how Veterans in school and work situations deal with their need for urgent or immediate care at the VA hospitals in our nation, and their feelings about the reported VA Phoenix hospital deaths due to health care delays. Special Guest, Michael Thelen, Veterans Helping Veterans and District 12 Commander at The American Legion will share a positive outlook. Please send your donation of at least $10 or more to continue our radio broadcasts, and help our adult students and Veterans with disabilities reach their education and workforce goals? Visit http://whiteappleinstitute.org and click on DONATE. Click on Radio to listen to episodes of the Student2Teacher ™ radio show any day of the week.
This episode will be part of a series that will be committed to the students, past and present, of Bauder College and Kaplan University. This series will provide information to students about class action litigation and their legal rights. We will also discuss information Graham Holding Company ("GHC" and Kaplan Higher Education Group and Kaplan, Inc. The purpose of this series is to enable the students of Bauder College and Kaplan University to take action and protect their legal rights.
BAUDER COLLEGE FORCED STUDENTS TO SIGN A WAIVER NOT TO SUE THE SCHOOL IF THEY WANTED TO ATTEND KAPLAN UNIVERSITY AND ATTAIN A COMPUTER FOR ONLINE COURSES OR GET THEIR TRANSCRIPTS TO ATTEND OTHER COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES. THE STUDENTS WERE NOT ALLOWED TO CONSULT WITH AN ATTORNEY BEFORE SIGNING
"Mrs. Hartsfield had us sign it in order to receive a laptop for online classes stating that we won't sue, but we had no other choice but to sign if we wanted to keep our credits and have the opportunity to graduate."
THE AGREEMENTS. NEVERTHELESS, THE WAIVERS WILL NOT PREVENT STUDENTS FROM SEEKING REDRESS, LISTEN TO TUESDAY'S SHOW TO LEARN MORE:
Torrie Dunlap, CEO of Kids Included Together, and Amanda Morin, author of The Everything Parent's Guide to Special Education, join our roundtable on this episode to talk about including students outside of the classroom. Because inclusion is not a program, its important to facilitate inclusive opportunities in both extracurricular school and community activities. Listen in as we give tips, strategies and advice for making sure every child has the chance to participate!
SPECIAL EDUCATION WITH C.E.C.
WHY C.E.C IS SO IMPORTANT FOR EDUCATORS & STUDENTS
Danielle Kovach, The Clarissa Hug Teacher of the Year is our guest .
Presented by THE SOCIAL EXPRESS.
The Texas NAACP and Texas League of United Latin American Citizens on Monday contended that the curriculum changes passed in May “were made with the intention to discriminate” and would have a “stigmatizing impact” on African-American and Latino students.“The State of Texas is failing to provide many of its minority students with equal educational opportunities,” documents sent to the federal department said.This is like in your face, like showing the ultimate in disrespect,” Bledsoe said. “To suggest the positive aspects of slavery or to exalt Jefferson Davis of the Confederacy is just an abomination. I mean no disrespect to people who may have had ancestors who were part of that, but it is what it is.”NewsOne
Young people from an urban education setting speak about their experiences in learning. They will talk about successes and challenges that they experienced. These young people will share how they overcame obstacles and barriers to become inspirtational throughout their communities! If you want to really listen to what real students have to say about education, you do not want to miss this episode! If you want real answers to real problems in public education, you HAVE to hear what there young people say!
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