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CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION WITH ACTE
A spotlight on Agricultural Education with ACTE Teacher of the Year Tara Berescik of Grahamsville NY & Sean Lynch of ACTE
Presented by PITSCO
On tonight’s episode of The Dymonds Radio Show, we want to speak to our listeners regarding education and employment. The most important thing that a Black person can do, is to go to school and get an education, regardless if you’re an adult or a teen! In order to get a career and not just a mediocre job it’s pertinent to go to school after high school and recieve a degree.
So tune in tonight to hear our perspective on the importance of employment and education in todays society.
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It's about that time! School time! *All parents are doing a happy dance!* Year round schools are well underway and traditional schools will begin soon, but what should parents do to get prepared? What should first time parents do to get their child (and themselves) ready for Kindergarten? How do you search for and choose quality early education? Want some parenting tips and tools? Is your child starting in an Exceptional or Special Needs classroom and you need help navigating that process? If you said yes to even one of these questions then join us for the month of August for the answers. And call in to get some of your questions answered. We will have educators and parents join us to discuss these topics and more! Talk to you then
Should education be an around the clock endeaver? Or should it be over at school's dismissal? Let's talk about it! The Back to School Series rolls on with this engaging topic and a wonderful Special Guest who teaches first grade and has six children of her own! Call us at (516) 387-1755
Proclaim It Radio presents Hip Hop Education
Hip Hop Education is a youth service movement igniting the power of today’s youth to make their mark with their voice. HHE motivates, prepares and mobilizes youth to take action through music, service projects, campaigns and leadership initiatives. We also provide tools and resources to help youth change the world and themselves through service.
What is Hip Hop?
Too many people are unclear as to what Hip Hop really is and tend to use the term frivolously. At its core, Hip Hop is so much more than mere art and entertainment. "Hip Hop is the constantly evolving spirit and consciousness of urban youth that keeps recreating itself in a never-ending cycle".
It is joy, sorrow, pleasure, pain, victory, defeat, anger, happiness, confusion, clarity, humor, intensity, dream, nightmare, life, death, and everything else in between. It is the spirit that connects the past to the present and lays a path towards the future.
That very spirit is what breathes life into a simple idea and transforms it into a living cultural movement. It change a world!
Featured Guest: Benjamin Wiggins
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Raising awareness is our best defense. Preventing child sex exploitation and victimization through education is part of the solution.
Education, awareness in the following topics:
Missing and exploited children, child sexual assaults, child sex trafficking, internet crimes against a child, aggravated physical abuse to a child, and questionable parenting, the good, the bad and the ugly.
AASL: SCHOOL LIBRARIES AS THE NEW SCHOOL YEAR BEGINS
Terry Grief, Sylvia Knight Norton, Gail Dickinson and Sue Ballard
Presented by FOLLETT LEARNING
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Trade Fours with us Friday, August 29, 2014, (11AMET/8AMPT) as we review recent shows. Topics will include: jazz education; transforming the learning environment; the tempo of learning; and community development through music. Call 347-989-8321 to join our conversation and "get in on the rhythm."
Download recent shows by clicking the links below:
Banjo musician Don Vappie
Vocalist Rhonda Benin
Bassist and Founder of Jazz Impact Dr. Michael Gold
Dr. Raphael Travis Jr.
Be sure to follow us on Twitter @GlobalJackie and @JazzDemocracy
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Making Changes with Bishop Derek Triplett is on from 10:00AM-10:30AM.
Bishop Derek T. Triplet thas been a servant leader in ministry for over 25 years. In addition to preaching, teaching, speaking, and writing, he serves the Daytona Beach community in various civic, economic, youth & educational initiatives, and has been a student at the Reformed Theological Seminary. He is the proud father of Destanni and Donovan Triplett.
Derek T. Triplett accepted his call to preach the gospel on May 22, 1986 and at age 19 he was licensed on June 15, 1986. He grew and developed under the auspices of the Southern Union Missionary Baptist Church of St. Louis, MO and the pastorate of his father the Rev. Tommie L. Triplett, Jr. He facilitated weekly campus worship services on the campus of his alma mater Bradley University.
Please click on the link below to learn more about Bishop Triplett
The full-length documentary, NEVER GIVE UP, NEVER GIVE is based on the life of Emmanuel Jal. In the early 1980s, at the age of seven, Jal was swept into Sudan’s civil war, becoming one of 10,000 child soldiers conscripted on both sides of the two decades’ long conflict. The film has been touring the film festival circuit. It premiered at the Berlinale festival and won the Cadillac audience choice award at the Tribeca film festival.
Join The Gist of Freedom with host Roy Paul and Guest host, Dr. Sidney Davis www.BlackHistoryblog.com
Emmanuel was adopted by the now legendary British aid worker Emma McCune; Shortly after she adopted Jal, McCune died in a suspicious car crash, leaving Emmanuel “orphaned” once again. Jal rises from ruthless child soldier to refugee to rap star. He finds his own redemption and life mission through a message of peace that represents one of the 21st centuries’ most inspiring and hopeful journeys, and a metaphor for the broader African predicament.
Emmanuel’s journey is, in many ways, just beginning. His dream of Gua, peace, in Sudan, and prosperity in Africa, is threatened by corrupt leaders, genocidal warlords, and Western indifference. Hopefully, Emmanuel’s peace – his quest to make the world a better place through his music, activism and youth education – will prove to be far more significant than Emmanuel’s former war.
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