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The Pathway to School Reform: Focus on Instruction in High Poverty Schools
According to the authors of a new heralded book called "Restoring Opportunity: The Crisis of Inequality and the Challenge for American Education," the dominant policy strategies for school improvement over the past two decades, has been test-based accountability and the standards movement. They have not succeeded because neither approach has focused on the difficult task of improving instruction in high-poverty schools and providing students with the coordinated learning experiences they need to master critical skills. This segment will focus on successful practices in schools where students of color have made six times the gains of what is deemed acceptable AYP.
Dr. Yvette Jackson (CEO & Author of Award-winning "The Pedagogy of Confidence," Columbia University’s Teachers College Press)
Dr. Melissa Krull (Professor, Assistant Professor @ Minnesota State University, Mankato)
Dr. Aldo Scioli (Superintendent, Robbinsdale Public Schools, Minnesota)
We are expanding the national conversation about equity in education to include private schools. Many private schools offer their students unique and engaging curricula and safe, holistically nurturing environments. Many private schools also serve diverse student populations.
Jeff Sindler, Head of School for a private school in the Washington D.C. area, will discuss how private schools ensure their doors are open to students of all backgrounds and where private schools fit in school reform conversations and efforts.
Host, Allison R. Brown, is a civil rights attorney and President of Allison Brown Consulting (ABC), which creates education equity plans for schools and helps non-profit organizations to promote equity in education.
The CEO of the Professional Development and Assessment Center, Dr. Bulach is a co-author of Creating a Culture for High Performing Schools: A Comprehensive Approach to School Reform and Dropout Prevention. Web page at www.westga.edu/~cbulach.If you want to learn how to improve test scores, reduce bullying behavior, reduce dropouts, improve school culture, or anything related to public schools, He has 40 years of experience, many publications, and a book on how to do that.He has a unique approach to fixing what is wrong with our public schools. It is a school reform that is common sense, but still novel and unique.His school reform approach adds 15-30 days to a school year, but costs nothing. Student discipline and misbehavior is reduced by 75%. Tests scores improve and everyone, including teachers and parents, embraces the reform.Bullying Behavior.School Culture and Climate.School Reform.Leadership Behavior.Test scores.Human behaviors (Why do people behave the way they do?)school reform approach adds 15-30 days to a school year, but costs nothing. Student discipline and misbehavior is reduced by 75%. Tests scores improve and everyone, including teachers and parents, embraces the reform.Bullying Behavior.School Culture and Climate.School Reform.Leadership Behavior.Test scores..Human behaviors. Why do people behave the way they do? 770 214 8318,firstname.lastname@example.org
Crohn’s disease may affect as many as 700,000 Americans. Men and Women are equally likely to be affected, and while the disease can occur at any age, Crohn's is more prevalent among adolescents and young adults between the ages of 15 and 35.
Ulcerative colitis may affect as many as 700,000 Americans. Men and Women are equally likely to be affected, and most people are diagnosed in their mid-30s. The disease can occur at any age and older men are more likely to be diagnosed than older women
What is being done to research and find the cause of these diseases? For that we ask Dr. Ellen Li.
Dr. Ellen Li, MD, PhD, a gastroenterologist and research scientist, is Chief of the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology in the Department of Medicine at Stony Brook University School of Medicine. Dr. Li oversees the clinical, research and training of a Division that specializes in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the digestive tract and liver.
Dr. Li’s major research interest is on defining the role of the gut microbiome in digestive diseases, particularly inflammatory bowel diseases, colon cancer, and functional GI disorders (e.g. irritable bowel syndrome). Since coming to Stony Brook in 2009, Ellen has launched an interdepartmental Digestive Diseases Biobanking Core, with the generous support of the Simons Foundation, that will provide an infrastructure that encourages collaborations between clinicians and basic scientists in conducting clinical translational research.She is the author of 77 peer-reviewed articles and several chapters in the Textbook of Gastroenterology.
Strategies of Success
Host Brian A Cohen DTM
This episode is open-discussion and the phone lines will be open from beginning to end. Not only are we addressing Mike Brown, but everything that we know up to this point regarding the activities, conspiracies, cover-ups, racial tension, exposure of police misconduct, authorities unfit to facilitate the proceedings, the inadequite representation of the voice of the people and more.....We need to expose some things and spread the word.....We can show our support right here as well. INFORM THE PEOPLE....With my co-host Michael Bryant Sr. we going to talk about these things as well as finda better way to handle our own responses rather than reacting....Join us !
Lenning School Watch Host Diane Lenning was an educator for over 30 years. Since retiring from teaching, Diane has earned a law degree focusing on the Constitution and Education. Diane remains active in political, educational, Constitutional Issues, and assisting others to arrive at Truth using critical thinking skills, as well as assisting others to express their views and concerns. Also, Diane records ongoing shows teaching non-English speakers, as well as English speakers.
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The Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students) Program is the largest school based father engagement program in the nation with over 4000 schools participating.
Each week, WatchDOGS Radio host Keith Schumacher and co-host Chris Danenhauer discuss how this program is impacting families and schools across our nation and in four foreign countries.
Ameeta Jain is the co-founder of TeenSafe and the co-founder and contributing author for Teenology.com, a resource for news, tips and inspiration for parents of teens. Jain is the chief spokesperson for TeenSafe and Teenology, and is leading the effort to make TeenSafe synonymous with safety for children in this digital age. She conceptualized and is leading the Teensafe and National PTA partnership strategy. She is active in speaking at various organizations focused on child well-being. Prior to creating TeenSafe she has held various management positions over her 20-year career including CFO at Visionaire and Customer Relations Manager at Toyota/Lexus. Jain is a mother of two and holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance from California State University, Long Beach, CA.
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Lesson Text:2 Corinthians 8:1-14 Background Scripture:2 Corinthians 8, 9 Devotional Reading: I Cor. 13:1-7 and II Cor. 8:1-14
Lesson Aim: To summarize why Paul appealed to the Corinthians to be generous. To understand why self-sacrificial generosity is a necessary outcome of faith in Jesus. And to be generous to the cause of ministry.
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