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The New Heights Educational Group, Inc. promotes literacy for children and adults by offering a range of educational support services. Such services include: assisting families in the selection of schools; organization of educational activities; and acquisition of materials.
We promote a healthy learning environment and enrichment programs for families of preschool and school-age children, including children with special needs.
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Hosts Latoya Williams and Amir Ross, along with guest Yah Ammi, will discuss what gentrification is, and how gentrication effects black communites economically, politically, and educationally. We will aslso discuss education reform for all blacks and minorities in America. Guests from around the nation will call in to ask questions and voice their opinions. Last, we will discuss the upcoming Million Man March in Washington, DC this Saturday.
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ExcerptWhen I was a child, I spoke as a child, I thought as a child; but when I became a man, I put away childish things. I Corinthians 13:11 When we were young we had toys such as balls, blocks and books, played with for minutes at a time with amazement. As we got a older we would go to the playground and play on sliding board, climb and tunnels with some fear, but quickly found ourselves being fully capable of these incredible feats.
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October is Domestic Violence Awareness month, celebrated beginning 1981. No Tea will be having a SOLUTION-FOCUSED discussion on this very important topic; education; warning signs; different types of abuse; resources; and seeking solutions.
We encourage calls from anyone, whether you are experts in the field, a survivor, or a person in a current situation of violence. Due to the potentially dangerous nature of this topic, if you are a caller in need of help, KNOW AND TRUST that you can call and BE ANONYMOUS! Please call, as we want to help. You are stronger than you know and people are here to help you and your family to get out safely. Again, anyone calling has the right to remain and anonymous. THIS IS A SAFE ENVIRONMENT AT ALL TIMES! National Domestic Violence Hotline Number 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
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While most 17-year olds are focused on fashion, video games, and dating there are some who are truly inspirational. Their focus is advocacy, education, equality and motivation. We are truly honored to have one of these teens on our show this week.
Cassandra Perkins is an author, Ziglar Certified Trainer, TEDx Speaker, Spokes Model for "Be Your Own You" Magazine, Radio Host for "Behind the Mask with Cassandra Perkins", advocate, educator and traveler. She will be sharing her experiences and the importance of introducing travel to your teens.
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The decision could send a large number of prisoners home and back into our neighborhoods.
The Michigan Parole Board would then be pressured into granting parole for more prisoners who have served and who are deemed less likely to cause reputable harm to others upon release.
The new policy is a change in many politicians’ attitude towards curbing crime in the state. The 1980s and 1990s saw a rise in funding for prisons and an increase in law enforcement to address crime and bolster the now current mammoth prison system.
Gov. Rock Snyder is in support of the bill despite push back from Attorney General Bill Schuette and law enforcement officials. The decision was 67-39.
Many attribute the new policy to the uncontrollable increase in funding of the prison system that is costing the state so much money. The state is facing a need for funding to address other pressing public matters such as roads and education.
The cost of the state prison system is now estimated at $2 billion with more than 43,000 inmates. The new bill is expected to save the state $75 million annually during the next five to 10 years.
Nicole S. Brown is also the author of School Days, Holidays, and All Days That Lie Between, More School Days, Holidays, and All Days That Lie Between, God’s Calling You To Live A Life That’s True, Who Do You Love?, All About Slime, Trials Of A Northeast Louisiana Child, The School of Hard Knocks, and Life Support. She is a native of Monroe, LA. Nicole is the youngest of seven children, and was formally educated in Monroe, LA. Nicole is a Louisiana and Mississippi-certified, K-12 teacher who holds certifications in the following subject areas: Chemistry, Physics, General Science, and Music. She is also a member of Zeta Phi Beta, Sorority Inc. She holds a B.S., in Chemistry Education from the University of Louisiana-Monroe. Nicole worked as an elementary general music teacher for two years in Baton Rouge, LA, in her second year of working in Baton Rouge, she wrote and published seven books of poetry.
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