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Public schools have been under fire lately, failing our children in issues of safety and social growth, and now our children's education...their primary function is at risk. Younger students in elementary schools are being set up to fail by being mandated to meet requirements of forcibly imposed curriculum designed for fourth graders and above. However, the homeowrk PARENTS see every evening is grade appropriate, and not the same as their classroom work, which the school officials are using to grade your child. The school grading system, combined with the promotion-based-on-standardized test scores only is a ticking time bomb designed to destroy your child's future by explosion. This practice is putting our children's progress levels in lower areas than they truly belong, which on paper, tells the state that your child is not progressing at their true level. Is this a "school in need" ploy to keep funding flowing? Parents, our involvement into school methods of operations needs to increase and become more of a presence. join me tonight at 10:30 pm EST to share your thoughts.
Hr1 Abortion book for elementary school children, REALLY?
Dan Gainor, Vice President of Business and Culture for the Media Research Center
FCC Cites Soros-Funded Groups 206 Times in New Internet Rules
As if there were any doubt left that liberal-billionaire and inspiring super villain George Soros was pulling the strings
behind the new internet regulations, the actual text of the rules puts that to bed. According to MRC Business,
the 320-page document outlining the new internet regulations cites Soros-funded groups a mind-boggling 206 times
Hr2 Womens group says No Clapping! Its creepy towards women. HUH!
David Bego author of Devil at My Doorstep and Devil at our doorstep. In to discuss
Lower wages, Part time jobs and business "lack of growth".
Hr3 ALL things crazy!
New York Times asks if Bergdahl will still get an honorable discharge if he is found guilty?
Pastor says he doesnt need to believe in Christ to be a Christian
Female blogger says "we will only be safe when we take guns away from White men!
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?
Watching the news on a daily we hear more and more about children being killed,the police Killing children, and parents killing children. It appear children have a lot of enemies and there is no outlet. How can we save children in 2015? Should me home school, hire more teachers, or should parents step up more and support their children from home and in school.
Education is clearly a necessary path for children caught in the web of poverty and despair. The fact that there is failing schools means we have failed as the guardians of this generation to offer them vision and opportunity. Tonight we will hear a dynamic 15 minutes by Marquette professor Howard Fuller. There is an African Proverb which states, "It takes a whole village to raise a child" I would add provided the village values their children.
Our next UR10s Network radio broadcast will be Thursday, March 26th. Our guest will be Tarek Merchant. A former multi-sport athlete, Tarek is founder and recruiting expert of ImRecrutable. We will be talking about the roles of parent, player and high school coach in the recruiting process; and more. You can call 714-583-6853 to join our conversation or to just listen. You may go to www.blogtalkradio.com/ur10snetwork to listen to the conversation live or listen at your convenience.
A CLASS FULL OF GENIUSES
For many districts, having students do tech support as part of their classwork has helped create a culture of trust and innovation?.
We welcome Andrew Marcinek, Chief Tech Officer at Grafton, MA schools and congratulate him on being a Smartblogs Editor's Choice Winner..from a post at T.H.E.Journal
Presented by SMARTBRIEF
? @andycinek www.andrewmarcinek.com
One of the key responsibilities of a school board member is negotiating the contract for teachers and staff. It is, by far, the place where most of the district’s financial resources are allocated; as well it establishes other protocols which affect student achievement. Each year brings new challenges. In 2015, what are those challenges? How should boards approach the Chapter 78 health benefit reform legislation? What is the importance of average settlement rates? How long can a district expect negotiations to take? What are some common misperceptions the public has about negotiations? Please join host Ray Pinney as he discusses these and other issues with Patrick Duncan, Manager of NJSBA Labor Relations Department.
Bloods, Crips, Latin Kings and a host of other gangs plague our inner cities but is this the result of a society that has failed the children of this generation? When we look at the failure of the present school system that is validated by the number of failing schools especially in the inner city there is without question a "State of Emergency" in the public school system where ever you reside. Lets explore some answers to the problem and our responsibility to employ them.
Listen to a program about Hertford County High School Athletics LIVE on Blogtalkradio!
A discussion about the use of school suspensions with Daniel Losen, Director of the Center for Civil Rights Remedies at the Civil Rights Project at UCLA.
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