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Tonight, we are joined by John Eynon, candidate for Idaho Superintendent. John will be sharing his concerns about Common Core education and the direction our government is heading. He will be discussing the history of education in this country and how we can get things back on track.
Near the end of probably the most important week of all of their campaigns so far, many of the "Arizona Crew" return to the Social Spitball Show. On Tuesday, August 19, the deadline to raise enough $5 donations to qualify as "Clean Elections" candidates passed. This coming Tuesday, August 26 is the Arizona Primary Election. Our "Arizona Crew" is honoring Barbara and Bram by making one of their final pitches to voters before the primary on our show.
Teeko Yorlay, Nimba Development Superintendent comes to Radio Nimba International
Hear Montgomery Forum on Common Core--live
Redding, California, a city with a small town feel and a mecca for outdoor activity–hiking, climbing, boating, biking, swimming…the list goes on and on! The city of Redding sprang out of an area called “Poverty Flats,” and was first settled by early California pioneers. Hudson’s Bay Company trappers and members of the American Settlers passed through the site of Redding while traveling along the Siskiyou Trail.
This week, Travel Today with Peter Greenberg explores the largest city in the Shasta Cascade region and introduces guests such as Redding Historian Doni Chamberlain and State Park Superintendent Lori Martin.
JOHN PITTMAN HEY WILL BE JOINING ME TO GET THE LATEST REACTION TO THE PRELIMINARY COURTROOM HEARING THIS PAST WEDNESDAY ON MCDANIEL'S ELECTION CHALLENGE. OTHER GUESTS: QUIN HILLYER TO DISCUSS HENRY BARBOUR'S HERO'S WELCOME WITH A STANDING OVATION AT THE RNC MEETING FOR CALLING TEAPARTY AND CHRIS MCDANIEL RACISTS. JEREMY SPENCER GEORGIA EDUCATOR STOPS BY TO DISCUSS THE NIGHTMARE THAT IS THE NEW TEACHER EVALUATION AND TESTING THANKS TO COMMON CORE FOR THIS SCHOOL YEAR. WALTER C JONES OF THE MORRIS NEWS SERVICE WILL ALSO BE DISCUSSING HOW COMMON CORE IS PLAYING OUT IN THE STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S RACE IN GEORGIA.
Let's hear it for Mr. Superintendent, "Andrew Tolbert"
Sometimes we don’t see in ourselves what others may see in us!
Andrew will share with his story of how he was happy doing what he loved, directing bands and teaching music; when his world was changed by others who saw in him what he did not see in himself.
He will also share how this experience in his life has given him an attitude of gratitude and a willingness to stay true to his “each one reach one” motto!
Scott Smith Candidate for AZ Governor endorsed by Gov Jan Brewer.
Scott Smith grew up in the area after his family moved to Mesa in 1967, when his father assumed the role of superintendent of Mesa Public Schools. He was a star basketball player at Westwood High School and graduated in 1974. He obtained a BS in accounting in 1980 from the Brigham Young University Marriott School of Management. He subsequently attended Arizona State University where he obtained an MBA in 1985 and a juris doctorate in 1996 from the Arizona State University College of Law.
Scott was president of the United States Conference of Mayors (USCM). He is the first Arizona mayor to serve as president of the organization. Smith resigned to run Arizona Governor.Also available in iTunes
Teresa Weatherall Neal has worked for GRPS for 35 years. She started out as a student worker as a teenager. She has worked in numerous capacities throughout the district including as an Administrative Assistant, Coordinator of Compliance, and Co-Director of Community and Student Service. Just prior to her appointment to Superintendent, she worked as the Assistant Superintendent of Community and Student Affairs for seven years.
She has a love for both the students of Grand Rapids and the city itself. She, herself, is a product of Grand Rapids. She comes from a large family with deep roots in the City. She is proud of her education in GRPS and will brag to anyone that she attended South Middle School and graduated from Creston High School.
In her State of the Schools Address, Superintendent Neal made a statement that seemed to resonate with many people in the District and in the community. She stated, “These are our students, our schools, and this is our City.” She truly believes this and is working, and has charged her staff to work, with that statement in mind
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.
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Tonight R Broadcast will be about Local Churches in Monroe County, Wilcox County Dallas Perry Conecuh Rev. Marcus Smalls Williams Tyrone Williams Rev. Darryl TheMessenger Perryman Rev. Otis Dion Culliver Rev. Matthew Davis A Powerful Question For The Second Saint Siloam Missionary Baptist Church Rev. Willie Blue Radio Air Time is Late Sat. Night 10Pm CST Radio Station Number in Beatrice is 713-955-0464 A conversation with http://www.blogtalkradio.com/howcee-productions-gospel/2014/03/04/revwillie-blue-pastor-at-historical-second-saint-siloam-mbc
This program Day starts with Sunday School at 9:30 AM with Superintendent Dea. Freddie Howard in Charge; Regular Worship Service @ 11:00 AM. Lunch will be served following program in Fellowship Hall. COME ON MEN, IT'S YOUR DAY TO SHINE FOR THE LORD! Willie N. Carter
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