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Yes, after a long hiatus The Mind of a Bronx Teacher Internet radio show returns this coming Tuesday night, January 24, 2012 at 9 PM EDT. On the first show back we welcome New York Daily News journalist Alexander Nazaryan. This pst Sunday, Alex wrote a op-ed piece in which he supports tougher evaluations for teachers. http://www.nydailynews.com/opinion/teacher-evaluation-faking-success-york-city-school-system-fooling-kids-article-1.1006336
A fun Twitter discussion with Alex (@alexnazaryan) ensuedlater Sunday afternoon with Alex and he has graciously agreed to appear Tuesday night.
For those that have forgotten, the call in # is (213) 943-3735
The guest will be me, The Bronx Teacher. Hey, I have interviewed many a guest, many a newsmaker, but this Tuesday, May 17, @ 9 PM EDT I will fly solo and rant and maybe rave and open up with what is on my mind.
Why is it that I do what I do?
Why do I feel that E4E (Educators4Excellence) is evil?
Why is Ruben Brosbe a douchebag?
Why do I pick on Whintey Tilson?
There will be some attempted surprises as well.
So tune in this Tuesday night at 9 PM EDT and listen and be fascinated.
Call in # 917 932 8721
On Friday, February 10 we welcome Debra Stern, founder and director of the Amani "Public" Charter School in Mt Vernon NY. http://www.amanicharter.org
For the first time ever we take the show on the road which will be broadcast live from the Deja Brew Cafe in Mt Vernon NY. http://www.facebook.com/DejaBrewCafe
Debar is a adjunct professor at Concordia College. She has earned a BS at Cornell University and a MS from the College of New Rochelle, a member of the Mount Vernon Public Library Board of Trustees, and a founding President of the Mount Vernon Public Library Foundation.
Pete Zucker, aka The Bronx Teacher works at PS 154, District 7 in The Bronx. He has been employed by the NYC DOE for 16 years and currently blogs about education on his blog; South Bronx School; http://www.southbronxschool.com He also blogs for the Huffington Post, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/peter-zucker
The Mind of a Bronx Teacher will not be on this Tuesday night. Rather, we are going to air Wednesday night, August 17 at 9 PM EDT so we can have a special guest.
The one, the only, the indisputable, the indispensable Robert D. Skeels of California will be live!!!
Robert writes the solidaridad blog which can be found at; http://rdsathene.blogspot.com/ . You can also find him on Twitter @rdsathene
We will discuss why the billiaonaires find education so attractive, Bill GAtes, Whitney Tilson, and more importantly how we as teachers can fight back!
Robert is a social justice writer, public education advocate, and immigrant rights activist. He lives, works, writes, and organizes in Los Angeles with his wife and cats.
Robert is a U.S. Navy Veteran, and a proud member of Veterans for Peace.
He attended Glendale Community College and the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), majoring in Classical Civilization.
Robert is a committed member of both Coalition for Educational Justice and the International Socialist Organization. In addition to advancing working class struggles, Robert is an adherent of Liberation Theology.
He devotes much time towards volunteer work for 12 step, church, and homeless advocacy. Robert’s articles and essays have appeared in publications including Schools Matter, CounterPunch, Dissident Voice, Daily Censored, Echo Park Patch, The Los Angeles Daily News, and Socialist Worker.
Robert not only talks the talk, he walks the walk. He is a fighter, a true fighter for those that need a hand, for those without hope.We teachers are lucky to have Robert on our side.
The call in # is 917 932 8721
A change of guests. Blake wimped out. Couldn;t stand the heat, tomorrow night's guest will be UFT Chapter Chair of Francis Lewis High School in Queens, Arthur Goldstein. Arthur also writes for the Huff Post.
As usual, there are a ton of hip hop happenings in and around the Mecca of hip hop music and culture. The South Bronx, the birthplace, was just featured on an episode of Anthony Bourdain's CNN series, Parts Unknown, and many of the borough's hip hop representatives were featured prominently and positively. It's always good when that happens. We'll discuss the episode and how hip hop is shown to the masses.
Also, a quick preview of an upcoming celebration of an oft-underappreciated elemental aspect of hip hop and rap music, the beatbox, as we preview the upcoming American Beatbox Championships, going down this coming weekend as part of a 3-day event.
Of course, we'll review and preview several other shows, and talk about new music from the likes of A$AP Rocky and others, while taking YOUR CALLS on anything NY hip hop related.
Tune in, call in. It's New York Hip Hop's #1 talk radio show!
This Tuesday night, December 21 at 9 PM history will again be made! The Mind of a Bronx Teacher takes its first foray to the south as we welcome our first administrator as a guest. John Robinson a high school principal from Newton, NC will join us live. John, also know as @21stprincipal on Twitter also blogs at http://the21stcenturyprincipal.blogspot.com/
As always, the call in # is 917 932 8721
Tonight, Mona Davids of NY Charter Parents is our guest. Yes, first Mona, then Grundfest, and now back to Mona. But this is sure to be riveting. Mona is very outspoken, and loves to share her opinion. Listen as we talk about the hedge fund gnomes, deformers, Joel Klein, and Mayor BloombergThe call in # is: (917) 932-8721
A special time this week. TMOBT will not be on Tuesday night, March 29. Instead we venture to Thursday night, March 31 @ 9 PM EDT and welcome David Greene. David Greene is a former Social Studies teacher and coach in NYC, Woodlands HS,
and Scarsdale HS. He presently is a field supervisor for Fordham University, mentoring
Teach For Americans in the Bronx. He is a staff member of WISE Services, an
organization that helps high schools create and run experiential learning programs for
seniors. He is an advisor to the Foundation For Male Studies and The Boy Initiative, a
HS football coach, and a member of the Save Our Schools Call to Action Organizing
Mr. Greene has been referenced by Christina Hoff Sommers, in her book, The War
against Boys. He has given talks on the issues of boys in schools in Scarsdale and for
Dominican College. He assisted in the organization of The Foundation For Male Studies’
Second Annual Conference On Male Studies: Looking Forward to Solutions. He has
had work published in Ed Week on line and has also been referenced by Valerie Strauss
in her Washington Post web based column, The Answer Sheet. Finally, he is a regular
contributor to The Teachers Talk Back Blog and is also currently working on a book
tentatively titled, So You Think You Know Education? A Teacher’s Perspective.
We will discuss teacher training,what the billionaires boys club is attempting to do to education, and some of the training methods of TFA. As always the call in # is 917 932 8721
This Tuesday night, July 26 at 9 PM EDT we welcome in Neil Haley host of the Total Education Hour http://www.blogtalkradio.com/totaltutor here on Blogtalkradio. Among things that Neil believes is that the SOS March is not grassroots, that charters are good, and that there is a conspiracy between the press and the SOS March to embarrass ed deformers.
Neil will go up against Chalk Duster, the author of one of the newest, and more fascinating blogs out there, America's Future The Inside Story http://americasfutureinsidestory.blogspot.com/ Chalk Duster is a teacher from the Bronx and has seen it all. She has taught almost all grades in Elementary and is not shy about sharing her opinion, especially with those that are ignorant. Be sure to check out her blog.
The call in # is 917 932 8721!
was born and raised in New York City, South Bronx region. He began to cultivate a very particular skill as he improvised his way through skits along with his late brother Scottie. Whom until this day Fred, declares "the funniest man I've ever known". Years later some of the many characters and dialects he and his brother had created would give birth to an incredible career as a standup comedian and actor who has been featured in independent films.
Throughout his twenty plus year span,
With her unwavering commitment and principles for better education in public schools, Gwendolyn developed a strong view about the vital importance of public education in New York City. She ran for a member of Community School District 9 as a write in against a corrupted school board in 1996 and won. There she became the youngest school board President in N.Y.C and served 11 consecutive years as the Chair of Community District Nine. She has served over 40 schools and 33,000+ students. She served as The City Wide Coordinator for United Parents Association. There she provided professional development to parents of students in all of New York City 5 boroughs for 3 years. She has served on the following Boards:
Chancellor’s Parents Advisory Council
Executive Board of Alternative High Schools
United State Chamber of Commerce
2nd Vice President NAACP Bronx Branch
Chairperson African Diaspora Youth Sports Club Inc.
Chairperson Youth Cry