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Join Professor Bougie Girl as she discusses public library apps that will take you to the next level.
This episode we cover the vote for Speaker of the house and we talk about those 25 members that would not support him... We will talk about Congressmen Mooney, McKinley and Jenkins from West Virginia and how obviously they want in the Establishment and how they supported him. We also listen to a clip of Louie Gohmert speaking on the defection of those 25.
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Prices are on the rise!!!
Gas prices rose, not a surprise . Why the increase in prices? Where does the money go? Find out the answers to these questions and also what other prices will be on the rise in 2015 .
Tune in to hear about my experience at the Oscars 2015, how I utilize my networking skills, and much more!!
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#TeamChaplain - Chaplain Jones, LaShanda Lewis, Nancy Smith, Patrina Smalls and Crystal Bates
from the website: http://www.poets.org/national-poetry-month/stanza/national-poetry-month-2015
This April, millions of readers, students, K-12 teachers, librarians, booksellers, literary events curators, publishers, bloggers, and poets will celebrate National Poetry Month, marking poetry’s important place in our culture and our lives. Join the celebration by requesting a free National Poetry Month poster, designed by Roz Chast, and displaying it proudly, and by using the new National Poetry Month logo to promote your poetry events. Students in grades 5-12 can engage with poetry this National Poetry Month by participating in our Dear Poet project, and teachers who want to participate with their classes can access a free Dear Poet lesson plan. On April 15, join us at Poetry & the Creative Mind at Lincoln Center and, on April 30, carry a poem and share it with others for National Poem in Your Pocket Day!
Join Joe Enroughty, Jeff Kleb, Alex Butler, and Jeffry Sanford on Monday, April 6th at 7pm Eastern as they welcome Virginia Libertarian Robert Sarvis. Sarvis ran for Governor of Virginia in 2013 and U.S. Senate in 2014. He'll be hear to discuss both his campaigns and what it's like to run as a Libertarian. There will also be some discussion of Rand Paul's latest foreign policy blunders. You won't want to miss a minute of this show! You can call in with questions or thoughts by dialing: (347)-994-2949.
#176: Amy Tudor, Head Coach, Western Kentucky University Softball, visits The Coach Roges Show, for the first time to talk about the state of the Lady Toppers and preview upcoming games against Conference USA foe Florida Atlantic. This season, Western Kentucky is led by two Sr's both transfers from IPFW. Miranda Kramer has really been everything for the team inside the circle season, earning her third consecutive C-USA Pitcher of the Week last week, while OF Larissa Franklin has shown her ability at the plate and in the field. Franklin is also a member of the Canadian National Team and will be on Team Canada in Toronto for the 2015 Pan American Games. Four SR's total moved from IPFW to WKU this season. WKU Twitter, Amy Tudor Softball Camps
Changing thousands of people lives has been my mission and vision since I started my radio career in November . BACK from a spring break at 7 pm PST. Learn how working full time I was able to in 3 months give myself an 8k raise in my part time business ,which in the next month is going to increase to another 20k.
Find. Grow. Keep that is the motto to follow in order to be financially fit. Learn about the financial market, financial News and more!!
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??21st CENTURY SKILLS IN TODAY'S SCHOOL LIBRARY...
IT'S NOT ONLY IN THE CLASSROOM
Follet Learning presents Sheila Carr and Debbie Reiling from Texas Region 11 Educational Service Center and Follett's own Victoria DeFields
Ashu Desai, our latest guest on IT Life Radio thinks college computer science programs are failing their students. He's founded a new kind of school to make the next generation of software developers that he thinks is more cost effective, faster, and most importantly, makes better developers than traditional IT programs from four year universities.
Ashu thinks that developers aren't getting enough hands on experience or managing enough projects in college, and that the teachers they get are more interested in research than teaching. Desai knows first-hand. He dropped out of a college program himself when he realized he had learned far more from designing his own app than he was learning in school. After a few successful years as an IT pro, he decided to fix the problems he has seen. He founded Make School.
According to Desai, Make School is designed to work more like a startup than a school. The "campus" looks like any office of a San Francisco startup. And the students spend part of their day in lectures and part of the day working on projects of their own. In other words, they get the startup experience. They've only had one class so far, but most of those folks are working and some are making well above the average salary for developers coming out of college and they're doing it in less time.
The kicker? There is no tuition. Make School has a different business plan. Instead of taking money from you before you've made any they defer the tuition and then take a percentage of your salary in your first years after they get you a job. No job? No tuition.
Ashu Desai is one of the founders of Make School, a university replacement for computer science. He attended UCLA to study computer science before dropping out to join Y Combinator and found Make School in hopes of improving computer science education.
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