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Every year, millions of students enter schools and classrooms across the United States. Some of them for the first time. What does it take for your child to be successful? Do they have all of their supplies? We'll tell you how to get free or at least tax free items. There are thousands of resources and programs available to meet the needs of all students regardless of their academic, behavioral, and social levels.
In addition to students, there are hundreds of thousands of teachers entering the profession for the first time. They all have one common question: How do I get through my first year successfully? Well, school teacher and educational expert Rodney Jordan is going to share what not only got him through his first year, but also years two through seven. Jordan was voted second and third year teacher of the year. Tune in for another powerful episode of the Butterfly Evolution Show!
Join us tomorrow 7pm–8pm for some RealTalk with a few Newark parents who are making tough decisions about how to best educate their children.
Khadijah Kemp?: She’s 44 years old and a grandmother of 6. Khadijah currently has custody of 4 grandsons ages 3,6,7, and 9. She is a substance abuse counselor and a full time graduate student. Khadijah is originally from Passaic, NJ but has been a resident of Essex County for close to 20 years.
Khadijah’s has 3 grandsons currently attending North Star Alexander and the youngest will begin Head Start in East Orange in a few weeks.
Tawanda Dowdell-Sheard?: She’s a single mother of two. Tawanda’s daughter attended Bragaw Avenue School from kindergarden to fourth grade. Last year she learned that the District and Cami Anderson planned to close Bragaw and that Life Academy known as Team Academy Charter School which offers k-4 would replace it. Tawanda has chosen to send her child’s education at Hawthorne Avenue School—a traditional Public School.
Rob Carpenter: He’s a father of four children. He’s got a daughter who’s a Rutgers graduate and who’s currently studying for her masters. Rob’s son is a graduate of Kean University with a degree in Business. Rob’s third son will be graduating New Jersey City University and his 8 year old daughter attends a Charter School
Rob is a Newark resident of 40 plus years is an author and entrepreneur. He attended Winston Salem where he studied Political Science and then Ho Hocus College where he studied electrical systems. Rob sits on the board for the Central Business District and is an advocate education and community development.
Childrens Sunday Scholol from 12:00 pm until 1:00 pm est.
Adults 1-3pm est.
1. Who made you?
2. What is your Nationality?
3. What is your Birth Right?
4. Who are the Moors?
5. What is Moorish Science?
6. How did the prophet began to uplift the Moorish Americans?
7. Do You know that your child is entitled to a name and anationality at birth?
8. What is the declaration of Human Rights?
Come bring you and your family to Sunday School where these questions you can ask and get questions answered every Sunday from 1-3PM est. On Blog talk Radio 646-478-5157
Are you willing to put your life on the line for what you believe? Twelve advocates of supporting good neighborhood public schools have certainly done so. The Mayor of Chicago, Rahm Emanuel, wants to close Dyett public school, strategically located in the Hyde Park area bordering the Bronzeville community, forcing families to have to travel miles away from home to reach a nearby public school. In Chicago, traveling to outside neighborhoods could be fatal, given the unchecked gang violence that cost so many lives last school year. The bottom line issue is always money. The Dyett High school building would serve those well who want to include it in a real estate deal as the city negotiates space in Hyde Park for the new Presidential library. And as for the safety and education of the children? The city has chosen to ignore an excellent plan for the reopening Dyett as a Dyett Global Leadership and Green Technology School. Mr. Jitu Brown and Dr. Ayesha Wade Bey join us to give an update on the hunger strike.
Sports for children is more than recreation. It's physical health maintenance. In many schools across the country, when it comes to cutting programs in order to balance the budget for elementary schools, many school boards have elected to eliminate sports programs. These decisions are never made for the affluent elementary schools, those schools with complete track and field facilities, gymnastics equipment, Olympic size pools and even skating rinks for their students to master ice skating. These decisions are only made for the inner city, urban (in other words predominantly African American and Latino) schools. Chicago peace activist and youth advocate Coach Ernest Radcliff discusses the impact of cutting sports programs for youth in public schools and how parents can fight back.
Providing much needed information for parents and students as they prepare for the 2015–2016 school year.
Join Host Dr. Carletta D. Washington as she discusses tips for helping families to continue enjoying summer--even though school has begun!
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Suzy Davies is the author of "Snugs The Snow Bear." This is her debut Children's Fiction book, which is the first one of a series.Suzy was born in Reading, Berkshire, and lived in Aberystwyth, Wales, in her early childhood. The idyllic location instilled in her a love of the sea, which has endured throughout her life.She has lived in Brighton, Sussex, where she taught English, and studied for a Masters Degree in Twentieth Century English Literature.
One day, Suzy was walking along the beach at Southbourne, when she caught sight of a chalky white bear on the Isle of Wight cliffs. The sight of the enchanting bear captured her imagination, and the idea for Snugs was born. Suzy met a fellow writer on LinkedIn earlier this year when on holiday in Florida. They have now married, and Suzy lives with her editor/writer husband in Deltona, Florida, The US!
When Suzy is not writing, there is plenty to inspire her in Florida! Suzy enjoys exploring Florida's nature walks, and coastal walks on the famous Daytona Beach, with its abundance of bird life, including seagulls, pelicans, and terns. She loves listening to a variety of music, and enjoys animation. She likes cooking, and reading all kinds of books. Her 1st book was the hit Johari's Window
Do your adult children cuss at you and call you names and hurt you for being a good and decent parent?
Children that were raised in a structured Home and environment, became adults to live chaotic lifestyles..did they do it to be rebellious? Why do children that become adults, decide to choose the road of disappointments and blame the parents?
Did rebellious adult children that were children think their parents were strict, had other siblings that needed attention that were much younger then they or maybe they just did not want to grow up?
Why some adult children don't want to be nothing like their orderly and structure parents?
Is this behavior a rights of passage to let natural consequences take it's inevitable toll on their lives, when they don't want to listen to reason that would lead them to a much happier road to success and a life that is rewarding.
When children that become adults don't want their parents to be a part of their lives, is it because they want to make them pay for all the good they did in their lives by using structure or order.
Should the parent just let go? Its their lives. Hold them accountable, don't let them make you feel guilty for thier choices. Just don't give up on them.
Join us on a mission to empower parents on how to let go of their rebellious adult children that love their life in chaos,and live the life you always wanted...PEACE!!
29º Programa En Vivo. 30/08/2015.
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¡Ayúdanos a correr la VOZ! ¡TODO el Mundo está invitado! ¡Bendiciones! ¡Te esperamos! Los Episodios se pueden escuchar En Vivo a la hora señalada para tu País, pero también los puedes escuchar en Diferido - fuera del aire - ya sea consultando el archivo que quedará grabado en el mismo link de internet; y lo puedes descargar a tu computadora.
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Voices InJustice Radio with Trish McKnight; Owner/CEO Butterfly Dreams Abuse Recovery; Creator 'Family Crimes & Terroristic Abuse Act'; Author 'My Justice', as well as a mentor who has assisted or supported hundreds of men & women trying to work through trauma, grief, depression. You can join her broadcast live this Sunday - Aug 30, 9pm central time; as always this broadcast is a continuation of Butterfly Dreams Abuse Recovery community outreach broadcasting network. We are here to share your side of the story. We open our phone lines at 929-477-3163 and our chatroom is always a busy place to share with other listeners. Join in this very important program as we discuss Medical Treatments & Medications for your child/teen. Are you ready to be your child's medical advocate?
Almost weekly there is a new FDA approved regulation for a even more powerful medication being approved for children. On this topic I have a some very serious concerns. They have now approved Medical Marijuana for children; Oxycotin and many other opioid medications for pain treatment. They approve many benzodiazoprine medications to reduce behavioral issues. Is our healthcare system really researching all the underlying issues that could be affecting the child's condition or behavioral problems? Do you dissway them from discussing certain family related topics or are you completely honest about the daily functions of your child's home life? Is there underlying stress, constant negative chaos or arguing, violent threats, bullying by a parent or parental partner?
Your side of the story matters in this broadcast. Join callers & chatters as we open the discussion concerning medications & medical treatment for their child/teen. We are an entertainment & awareness program; we do not provide any professional, legal, medical, or therapeutic advice
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