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Music and art have been cut back or cut out of our our public schools curriculums because of budget cuts and a greater emphasis on standardized testing in the academic areas of math, reading and science. Is this a mistake? Can arts education enhance learning and help students excel in academic subjects? Music educator and doctoral researcher Ron Watson discusses his research on the effects on integrating music into academic subjects.
This show is straight from the heart! As a creative person whose passion is the arts, I find the cutbacks in arts education in recent years have created a void in the production of cultured people in our society. Many years ago, fresh out of kindergarten, I was immersed in the arts. Encouraged to write. Exposed to classical music, theatre, museums, etc. It was as important as math and history. As I grew older and faced the problems of the day, or felt in despair it was knowing that by simply picking up a pencil and writing a poem, drawing a picture, dancing, or by singing a song that I could turn things around. That for a time I had the power to change something.
Now as an adult, I know that one can take that to the next level and beyond and feel empowered to question, to seek answers, and to ponder change.
School is about to begin and we have to think seriously about making Arts Education mandatory to ensure the future and empowerment of our youth. Guest, classically trained singer, Janie Braxton and I will discuss the state of Arts Education, and compare ourexperiences with Arts Education; she as a student in Detroit public schools, and I as a student in NYC public schools.
Founder and Executive Director of TNPEC – The National Parent Education Center, Mrs. Phyllis Austin joins us in a highly charged and deeply passionate discussion. TNPEC was founded in 2001 and continues to be a major force in education. Ms. Austin's credentials were accepted by a State Judge as an expert in the Field of Education. She serves parents nationally in helping to ensure our children receive a quality education. She has testified and supported parents in their quest to receive proper education for their children.
Mrs. Austin is a committed soul who has written several books, traveled to different states delivering a message of hope to parents. She is a teacher in the Metropolitan area of Atlanta. The mother of 2 children and the grandmother of 1. She comes prepared to answer any question you may have regarding education.
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The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Dove Award Winner Billy Sprague.
Multi-Dove Award winner Billy Sprague is an accomplished songwriter, performer, author and recording artist. His songs, which include the classic "Via Dolorosa," have been recorded by such well-known artists as Sandi Patti, Debbie Boone, BeBe & CeCe Winans, Susan Ashton and John McDermot.
Currently serving as Worship Leader at Edgewater Alliance Church in Edgewater, Florida. Sprague balances family life with worship leading, speaking, writing and retreats.
He currently lives in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. with his wife, Kellie, and their three children, Willow, Wyatt and Sawyer, and their dog, Lucy Loo Hoo.
On this edition of Who We Got Wednesday, we discuss Women as Leaders, Church Discrimination and Education with Pastor Karen Wilson on Who We Got Wednesday!
Pastor Wilson considers herself "trained in the School of Hard Knocks, under the instruction of the Holy Spirit of the living God."
Born in Boston Massachusetts and raised in Washington DC, Pastor Karen Wilson put her Bachelor of Science Degree in Education to work as she taught in the Virginia Beach Public School System for 29 years.
Pastor Wilson was licensed to preach in 1997 and ordained in 2000. Shortly thereafter she assumed pastorship of Temple of Peace in Newport News, VA.
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