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E RATE REFORM AND ITS EFFECT ON SCHOOLS AND YOUR SCHOOL LIBRARY
with our resident expert E Rate expert John Harrington and his guest Michael Brandau of Beaufort, SC schools
Cynematic of K12 News Network hosts a "Back to School" K12NN/MOMocrats Book Club interview with author Jose Luis Vilson.
Jose Luis Vilson has written a powerful and moving memoir of his own childhood spent in NYC schools and how he became a teacher. He's taught middle school math for the past ten years. He is a father of a young son, a math educator, blogger, speaker, activist, and author of _This Is Not A Test: A New Narrative on Race, Class, and Education_. Jose has written and spoken about education, math, and race for a number of organizations and publications, including The New York Times, Al Jazeera, CNN, Edutopia, and others.
His book can be purchased directly from the publisher, Haymarket Press, and is also available at Amazon and other major online book outlets. His speaking and book-signing schedule is available at thejosevilson.com.
MOMocrats is an EngenderMediaGroup production.
B.U's Dr Karen Jacobs in an AOTA show presented by Zaner Bloser.
THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS
NATIONAL SCHOOL BACK PACK AWARENESS DAY IS TODAY
This is an important show with Dr Karen Jacobs (no relation to yours truly) of Boston University. When you have kids carrying backpacks that make them look like the mules in "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre", that's not good. We'll learn more with Karen
Presented by Zaner-Bloser
in Self Help
Wendy J. Vitalich, the owner and CEO of Vital Associates, providing job placement services in her community for over 23 years. She acquired her Masters in Clinical Psychology in 2009 and is in private practice, providing Marriage and Family therapy. The main focus of her practice addresses individual issues, couples, family, parenting, and divorce issues. Her clients include individuals, couples, adolescents and teens.
We all have unspoken agreements that can run our lives, until we become aware of them and willingly choose new agreements. Wendy writes about her journey as a twin and how her own unspoken agreements silently affected her relationships from childhood into adult life. She uncovered the hidden patterns that sabotaged many areas of her life and she is inspired to help others wake up to their unspoken agreements to live a fuller, freer life.
Wendy resides in Southern California with her College bound daughter, and is an avid photographer, a member of the Agape International Choir, active in her community, and currently writing her second book that will help parents and their children navigate through the emotional roller coaster of the divorce process.
Wendy is a featured speaker at schools, career day, parent conferences, and teen groups. She is a cancer survivor and being cancer free, healthy and grateful, she has made a commitment to live full out and helps others to go for their dreams.
New York City high schools have girls flag football teams thanks to Samantha Rapoport and members of the New York Sharks Women's Tackle Football Team. Former NY Sharks player Jennifer Blum is now the PSAL Commissioner for girls flag football. Samantha was a former quarterback for the Montreal Blitz, another women's tackle football team. Sam left her team to be hired by the NFL and is now working for USA Football. What was involved in getting the PSAL to move forward and what's coming up?
This week on "Let's Coach with Mark & Carolyn"...
Today’s guest, financial planner Renee Green, will talk about growing and safeguarding your money. Renee is a Financial Advisor with Ameriprise Financial. Since 1997, she has guided her clients on their financial journey. Noted for her exceptional customer service, she has been able to transform client’s lives.
Renee is passionate about what she does and has developed training that she shares with the community. One of her efforts, “Money Concepts for Life”, has been presented to local schools and youth groups and adult and senior education classes. She also works with individuals on how to avoid identity theft.
Join us as we talk about her financial tips and tricks and how she financially educates people to transform lives.
......If it ain't broke - make it better.....
GAME BASED LEARNING TODAY
Lee Wilson , president of Filament Games is our guest
Dr. Jerry Williams-Demonologist Covers Satan's Army known as Demons. What they seek from us and what they are looking to do in the future.
Then The Codex Gigas -The Devils Bible....All Parents must listen to this becuase we are finding copies of this bible throughout the schools in our nation.
Demonology school start online today:
go to: www.crisedu.com
Are you interested in an eye-opening, content-rich show on the liberation of pleasure? When we are able to access an inner pleasure, we feel freedom in every aspect of our lives. Creating pleasure cycles, instead of trying to break pain cycles, is the visionary work that Coach Betty Louise wants to share with you!
She will talk about her book, "Healing with Pleasure Medicine: Unearthing the Beautiful, Sensual, and Sexual You" as she makes her first appearance on T2Q!
Also being discussed on the show, Adrian Peterson and the controversy behind him whipping his child. Is whipping a cultural thing that should be stopped or is it sometimes necessary? Is there a difference between "whipping" and "spanking"?
These things and more on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!
"No experts. Just opinions."
Show No. 394
Interview scheduled for 20-30 mins.
Show scheduled for 60-75 mins.
Despite the reporting over the years that spanking is for naught, many parents still seem to do it. More than half of the mothers questioned in the Pediatrics study reported spanking their kids at age 3 and at age 5. Spanking teaches hitting, it's that simple So that if you don't get your way and you're bigger than me, you can hit me to get your way. That's the lesson of spanking.
A national survey showed more than half of women and three-quarters of men in the United States believe a child sometimes needs a "good hard spanking.
The majority of parents say they spank their kids. Various factors increase the likelihood, including geographic location (children in the South are spanked the most), family income (less money means more spanking), race (African-American mothers spank their children more than other ethnic groups), and religion (parents more fundamentalist in their religious beliefs spank more than those who are less so). But all in all, it's a pretty clear picture
94% of 3- and 4-year-olds have been spanked at least once during the past year, according to one study
74% of mothers believe spanking is acceptable for kids ages 1 to 3, says another study
61% of parents condone spanking as a "regular form of punishment" for young children, according to a different study
So if hard numbers can't prove that spanking is good or bad or safe or dangerous, perhaps it's not a data issue to begin with. The question of whether spanking works, or is safe, is beside the point. Maybe the question should be "Is it really, absolutely necessary?"
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TONIGHT WE WILL TALK ABOUT THIS. TO SEE WHAT YOU KNOW ?
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