• 01:56

    OHIO BOARD OF EDUCATOIN SARAH FOWLER

    in Politics Conservative

    PLEASE JOIN SARAH FOWLER TONIGHT AS SHE GIVES US THE LATES UPDATE ON FROM  INFORMATION SHE HAS OBTAIN THROUGH BEING AN ELECTED  BOARD MEMBER'
    SARAH WAS HOME SCHOOLED
    AND NOW AT THE OF 23 SHE IS FIGHTING FOR THE BEST EDUCATION TO BE GIVEN TO THE CHILDREN IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOS HERE IN OHIO..
    THE IMPORTANT PART MISSING IN PUBLIC EDUCATION ARE THE TAX PAYERS AND PARENTS WHO HAS PUT THEIR TRUST IN  THE EDUCATORS.....AND THAT IS CALLED A MONOPO;Y THAT IS EFFECTING THE MIND..HEART AND SOUL OF OUR INNOCENT YOUTH THAT TRUST US  !!!
    NOW DO YOU SEE THE PROBLEM.....

  • 01:34

    Cyberspace Sanctuary -Two Plans to Improve Education for African-Americans

    in Radio

    As the US public educational system implodes from corruption and planned deliberate dysfunction, African Americans are taking the initiative to create and develop plans to take control of urban educational systems by either forcing states and cities to restructure their educational funding, rethink and redesign their pedagogy or forming their own educational institutions. Junious Ricardo Stanton interviews two tireless advocates for educatoin each with his own unique approach to educating African-Americans: Jasper Jones and Dr. Umar A Johnson. Both men are from the Philadelphia area and share their approaches to addressing the educational needs and issues confronting African-Americans.

  • 00:36

    School Struggles - James Redford Director - Dyslexia The Big Picture

    in Parents

    The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia provides personal and uplifting accounts of the dyslexic experience from children, experts and iconic leaders, such as Sir Richard Branson and financier Charles Schwab. Directed by James Redford, the film not only clears up the misconceptions about the condition, but also paints a picture of hope for all who struggle with it.


    Shining a spotlight on the latest scientific and psychological research, the film also highlights the work of Drs. Sally and Bennett Shaywitz, co-founders and co-directors of the Yale Center of Dyslexia and Creativity to illuminate the hidden origins and implications of dyslexia. Proving that dyslexia is a neurological issue and not a character flaw the movie illustrates that while the condition is an obstacle, it also carries some unique advantages, and ultimately can be overcome.

  • 00:29

    PheMOMenal Life Matters w/ Jenny Johnson

    in Moms and Family

    PheMOMenal Life Matters is a show dedicated to mothers of all ages learning to become all that they were created to be! Learn how to live a fantastic well balanced life that you LOVE. Hear from expert moms in the areas of health and nutriton, parenting and education, financial awareness and spirituality.
    This whole month we will be covering the topic of Physical Health and how it plays a role in our daily lives.Today we will be talking with Guest Jenny Johnson a Gluten Free expert. Jenny is a mom/ gluten free advocate and coach to others going gluten free. Jenny will be talking about Lunches and how we can make them healthy, fun and enjoyable for our kids!

  • 00:30

    Finance - Business & Entrepreneurship Education

    in Women

    Join MyCity4HerRadio Host Monyka Berrocosa as she talks to successful entrepreneur, business and finance expert Carol Coughlin, CPA, MBA and founder and CEO of Bottom Line Growth Strategies as they discuss the need for more financial literacy and education in our children, adults and the business community.   Carol is on the board of Junior Achievement, a non-profit that works to provide a series of economic, business and life skills to enhance educatoin of young people.   MyCity4Her Radio is produced by MyCity4Her Media which also publishes MyCity4Her.com a web based media resource for women in business as well as The Women in Business Review. To find out more visit our web site at: www.mycity4her.com, and take a moment to “Like” us on Facebook. If you would like to be a guest on MyCity4HerRadio find out more by clicking here.  

  • 00:58

    Low High School Graduation Rates Among Black Students

    in Education

    There is no surprise that minority high school graduation rates are lower than average throughout the country. I am conducting a survey to try find out your opinion on why that is. Please take 5 minutes to complete this very important survey and pass the link along to your friends. Also join me on my first show back after a long and inspiring break to share your thoughts on how we may be able to improve these numbers. Notice I said how we can "improve" these numbers and not just talk about them. That is important to know the difference because there is a lot of talking and not enough doing and I for one feel that it all starts at home. Join me will you? Thank you!
    Click here to take survey

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