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Join host, Bobby Keith, as we continue our discussion on Education in America Today. Our guest this week will be, Whitney Neal, from Freedom Works. We will address the problems with the Race to the Top Grant Program and Common Core Standards, how that affects Texas, early childhood education, and legislation at the federal and state levels that people can get behind to help solve the problem. We will also discuss the negative effects of federal intervention into the public and private school system.
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Mark Pattinson has multiple top five finishes in the 3,000 mile, coast to coast, non-stop bicycle Race Across America (RAAM). A crowd favorite, the understated Pattinson works a full time job, raises a family and fits in a busy training schedule. He is also a master tactician who knows his strengths and weaknesses. Mark is one of the most discilplined racers in the field who is able to let the rabbits go at the start and pick his way throught the field as the races crosses the continent. We look forward to discussing the 2014 edition with Mark this evening.
How many times have you been to a black owned business and either was displeased with the service or a lack thereof? How many times have you went to yelp or the white pages and took the time to right a good review of a black owned business? If you can count on one hand then that's a reality check. Is it the fault of our own or the business owner that we didn't have a pleasant experience at their business? Did that one bad experience turn us off to any future dealings with black establishments? Do we think that other races, white, chinese, jews, have a better quality service or product? It is something to think about. Maintaining or starting a business is a challenge in itself but when you add the race card on top of that, it then becomes a double challenge. We then, just like everything else, have to work extra hard to avoid or put an end to that stigma that black business just don't offer the same quality service as their competitors. Hopefully this show will shed light on how we can make the black business support / experience much more enjoyable. Other races have support from their races, how great would it be to get that same love and support for our own. Call in at (347) 855-8637 to share an experience as a patron, business owner or share a positive review with a black business that you just recently visited. Let's start a riot!
KDSL highlights people and organizations who are working locally, domestically, or globally on innovative ideas in education. On 15 April at 12noon KDSL will chat with Christine Mason. Christine Mason is the CEO of the Center for Educational Improvement, a small non-profit dedicated to leadership for 21st Century Learning. Dr. Mason has a background in educational psychology, special education, and educational leadership, and in particular the needs and concerns of elementary school principals. As a researcher she has developed and served as a Principal Investigator on projects focusing on student self determination, inclusion, teacher mentoring, and Transition to Teaching -- an alternative certification program. She has also received state and local contracts for Race to the Top school improvement initiatives. From 2011-2013 Dr. Mason directed research and professional development for the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP) and she continues to collaborate withNAESP to develop and promote principal mentoring for 21st century learning. In fact her office is co-located with NAESP and the NAESP Foundation continues to contribute resources towards Dr.Mason's initiatives.
Dr. Mason has worked with charter schools, trained teachers as an Associate Professor of Special Education, been an interim principal for an international boarding school in India, served on school review teams in Dubai, and developed a network of consultants to deliver technical assistance to schools. During the past year she has co-authored two research studies on principal leadership for the Common Core and one international article on NAESP's principal mentoring program.
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THIS PASSION WEEK EPISODE features Mr. Alain" Mr Never Give Up" who joins us from Belgium and Dr Fay sharing a special message"The Stone Has Been Rolled Away" and a special prayer on this Monday April 14, 2014 on Top Of The Morning Radio Show.TOP OF THE MORNING is a Weekly Inspirational EXPRESS (60 MINUTES) Morning Show- RECORDED EVERY MONDAY AT 6:00 AM-Eastern Standard (US)- TOP OF THE MORNING-Hosted by Dr. Fay Maureen Butler is Presented by HuldahsHouseMinistries. Dr Butler is Founder and President of HuldahsHouseMinistries. www.huldahshouseministries.org. Dr Butler is also Pastor and Founder of the Upper Room International Ministries COGIC (CHURCH WITHOUT WALLS) in Brooklyn, NY. www.urimcogic.org Dr. Fay Maureen shares daily inspirational thoughts on various social networking sites. (Just google drfaymaureen or use #drfaymaureen). Dr. Fay will play uplifting songs, pray, share a weekly message and interview selected guests. Prayer requests can also be submitted at the church website above. She is known for her powerful prayers and provocative preaching and teaching. LISTEN AND BE BLESSED BY THE TOP OF THE MORNING INSPIRATIONAL SHOW!
Behind The Glass. Aquarium and Reptile Top Tens and Pet Peeves! With Sam Scalz, Conway Stevens and Michael Steffen.
Pastor Cooley and Pastor Teague along with specaial guest Bro. Jerald Finney discuss the top reasons churches take a 501c3 tax exempt status.
Last September on my facebook, I kept noticing post by a Man named Ced Wynez out of Alatanta, Ga ! What caught my attention was not so much as we share the same first name but it was his independent philosophy on race and religion. His music was real and the music was soulfull but he talked about real everyday issues and even likes to take on Organize Religion being more interested in Money then souls especially in the African American Community ! Although I could see how some one could be offended about his views on religion, because I am a believer but I never felt insecured in my own security on who I am but Ced Wynez can if anybody can, will make you think !
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