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Mobilizing students on 2,000 college and high school campuses across the country, Charlie has your inside scoop on the biggest news of the week and what's really going on behind the headlines. The founder of Turning Point USA and Twitter's 5th most engaged personality sits down with some of the biggest newsmakers of our time to talk politics, pop-culture, sports, and a little bit of everything else - all from his signature no holds barred, right-of-center, freedom-loving point of view.
 
MI SoundBoard is the Michigan Association of School Boards' ongoing dialogue on the current state of public education in Michigan and nationwide. Listen along as MASB Executive Director Don Wotruba invites prominent education voices from across the nation to speak about what’s happening and the possible impact on students.
 
Do you wonder how experts in working with early learners address children's behavior and motivate them to be their best selves? If you are a family member, teacher or anyone who impacts the lives of young children, join Alison Kentos (Early Childhood Teacher) & Cindy Terebush (Early Childhood Consultant & Author) every Monday to find out how a preschool teacher and early childhood consultant do what they do every day! Cindy Terebush, author of "Teach the Whole Preschooler: Strategies for Nur ...
 
The podcast where we discover more about Downe House School. Whether you're new to our community or an old friend we'll be delving deeper, sharing stories and finding out what it really means to be a pupil at Downe House. There is no typical Downe House girl but there are seven key characteristics which girls develop through all aspects of school life which we call our Downe House DNA.
 
Open, honest and transparent discussions about Governance in the UK Education Sector (incl. International British Schools). This podcast is hosted by school governors, for school governors - whether you are new, experienced or the future - sharing and providing insight into the realities of sitting around the table and leaning in. Find us @thegovernorspodcast on social media
 
Branching Out is a weekly podcast expanding on the stories published in the Acorn Newspapers. Reporters and editors will discuss the impact of the stories they report and delve deeper into the issues affecting their communities.The Acorn Newspapers cover the communities of Calabasas, Agoura Hills, Westlake Village, Thousand Oaks, Camarillo, Simi Valley and Moorpark.
 
Sara Crewe, an exceptionally intelligent and imaginative student at Miss Minchin's Select Seminary for Young Ladies, is devastated when her adored, indulgent father dies. (Summary by AngelFirePixie)
 
Join Crisis Group Interim President Richard Atwood and Board Member and Harvard Law School Professor Naz Modirzadeh as they dive deep into the conflicts that rage around the globe with Crisis Group analysts and special guests. These experts bring a unique, on-the-ground perspective to understanding both why those conflicts persist — and what could bring them to an end. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Morning Edition & The Local News Hour with Leslie Thatcher NPR's national show Morning Edition is interspersed with Park City's only daily local news source, live every weekday morning from 6 to 8 AM. Whether recapping the previous night's School Board meeting, informing listeners on a recent development on a government project or a featured story on a piece of local color, veteran news anchor Leslie Thatcher delivers the news that makes Park City a community. The Local News Hour follows Mor ...
 
The Paul W. Barret, Jr. School of Banking is a non-profit independent school created by and governed by a Board of Regents, whose members are executives from banks and other firms involved with the financial services industry.The mission of the School is to provide an adult learning experience for the career-oriented individual in commercial banking or a related financial services industry business.
 
"Board Gaming with Education" explores board games, game-based learning, gamification, and other elements of gaming and how they can complement, supplement, and interact with education and learning. If you are an educator, teacher, board game hobbyist, or board game professional and you are curious how board games can be used as learning tools, then this podcast is for you!
 
The InsideTheBoards podcast is dedicated to helping you learn to think like a question writer so you can study smarter, not harder. Our goal is to take you "Inside" the boards. With our special series like the Step 1 Study Smarter Series, we aim to dedicate a "season" toward helping you study based on the rhythm of medical education. Throughout the year, look for special "Study Smarter" series. In the Spring it's USMLE Step 1 and COMLEX Level 1. Early Summer it's Step 2. In the late fall, we ...
 
Gradebook takes you inside the world of Florida education issues with reporter discussions and newsmaker interviews on the hottest topics of the week. Florida has been a national leader in education initiatives for more than two decades, and our team brings you closer to the action.
 
The purpose of Link4Learning is to strengthen the partnership between parents and teachers in education. This podcast focuses on education related issues with tips for bridging the home/school gap. Ideas and suggestions will include "real life" examples as well as internet based resources. To begin with, the focus will be on K-6 education supporting children and their families with English and Math. We will also consider how parents can become involved through School Board or Parents Groups.
 
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John and Maria discuss how politics makes a lousy worldview before dissecting stories on deconversion from Christianity and other stories of conversion to faith in Jesus. Maria then shares a recent story of a mother in Tanner Cross' school district to defends the elementary gym teacher with her story from Mao's China. John shares his disappointment…
 
On this special episode of The Charlie Kirk Show, Charlie recounts his recent visit to a Chandler Unified School District Meeting in Chandler, AZ, a suburb of Phoenix, where he spoke out on behalf of local parents concerned that their kids were being taught evil Critical Race Theory in classrooms. He plays his speech in full but also speeches from …
 
This week on Ear Shot: The remains of hundreds of children were found at a school site in Canada, just one of nearly 500 former boarding schools for indigenous children that existed for a century. Now local Haudenosaunee people are seeking justice for the pain and suffering caused by the practice of forced “assimilation.” Plus: A relic from the civ…
 
#005 - Welcome to Conversations with Ipswich School, the podcast where we speak with people in the school and those who’ve already left, to find out what life is really like there. In this episode Saskia Jordan speaks to former student Paul Wong, and to Felix, a current sixth form boarder. Together they discuss entrepreneurship, what boarding was l…
 
About this episode This episode comes from our friends over at StatMed Learning and talks about what it means to be a bad test-taker at the boards level, understanding how this happens, and ways to fix it. The goal of this episode is to outline and understand how and why this happens, since understanding the patterns has to happen first. Learn to i…
 
School boards are responsible for setting the direction of a school or district. As a PTA or PTO leader whose mission is to advocate for our children, being involved with the school board is an important element of that advocacy. But how, where, when? This episode will give some background on school boards and how to work with them. This show is br…
 
In a speech that nearly didn't happen, Charlie gave an invigorating talk to the House Church in Snohomish, Washington about the need for an uprising in the American church in order to save the republic. He walks through why exactly the church became complacent and what to do to fix it and then finishes by taking questions from the audience on a lon…
 
In this episode, Adrian and Michael discuss their opinions on how best to approach Pharmacology in medical school. Adrian, with little pharmacology background upon entering med school, talks about his struggles and how he dealt with them. On the other hand, Michael, who holds a degree in pharmacology, shares invaluable tips and strategies to tackle…
 
On this episode of The Charlie Kirk Show, Charlie is joined LIVE from Turning Point USA Headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona for an in-depth conversation with the Editor-In-Chief of Breitbart News, Alex Marlow—author of the bestselling new exposé responsible for revealing the rot among the Activist Media, 'Breaking the News.' They talk Big Tech censors…
 
In the wake of a bombshell new IG Report released about the reality behind one of the biggest Trump-Centric media stories of last year where the journalist class claimed Trump ordered the National Guard to aggressively clear "peaceful protestors" from Lafayette Square Park in Washington DC so he could have a photo op in front of a church, Charlie w…
 
NPR reports that there has been a "sharp, 'off the charts' rise in alcoholic liver disease among young women." Experts say pandemic stressors have led to a rise in drinking, and pop culture has validated drinking as a coping mechanism. Survival rates for alcoholic hepatitis and cirrhosis, which are types of alcoholic liver disease, can be as low as…
 
Local engineer Chris Thompson wrote this week about his experience with homelessness. He was a teenager in high school when he was pulled out of class and told that he and his mother were being evicted. Thompson writes that too often, society looks at someone and assumes they understand what that person has been through -- based on the look of thei…
 
On today's Local News Hour: ( 02:08) Mountain Trails Report with Lora Smith. ( 6:20) The Salt Lake City-Utah Olympic Games Committee announced is expanding its board as it focuses on a bid to bring back the Games in 2030 or 2034 as Michelle Deininger reports. ( 08:20) US Bobsled and Skeleton Team Foundation CEO Aron McGuire talks about an event at …
 
The 2021 legislative session concluded in the early hours of Friday morning, with a number of measures left unresolved. Senate Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins, speaking on the Senate floor Thursday evening as the session drew to a close, indicated the legislature’ s business is done for the year. “We’ll be back in this chamber in January,” Stewart-co…
 
What does your PTA, PTO or school group do for back to school? Are you including the right information in your welcome back packet? Are you events engaging? Hear tips and creative ideas from leaders across the country to make your back to school, or new family welcome efforts a success. This show is brought to you by K-12 Clothing. K-12 Clothing is…
 
The most common refrain in Genesis about God’s creation of the world is that it was good. Down through the centuries, many people both inside and outside the Church have tried to say that the material world is less valuable or important than intangible inner truths. This has been one of the main talking points for the new sexual orthodoxy: telling …
 
After unpacking the sheer arrogance of Tony Fauci proclaiming himself to be "science" incarnate, Charlie walks through the story no one seems to want to talk about—how Blackstone and other mega-large corporations are buying up single-family homes. Is that okay? Should conservatives be okay with it? All of those questions answered and much more deep…
 
Ecologist Suzanne Simard wants to change the way you think about trees. Simard has dedicated her life to studying how trees communicate. Her research details how they perceive one another, how they collaborate with their neighbors, even how they remember the past. Her work in forests has informed the logging industry, and she hopes it can influence…
 
Tennis superstar Naomi Osaka shocked the sports world when she announced last week that she was withdrawing from the French Open. Osaka had skipped media obligations leading into the tournament, revealing that she was struggling with her mental health. The move was applauded by some athletes and advocates, who praised Osaka for putting athletes' me…
 
New York lawmakers will likely not be extending alcohol to-go at restaurants and bars as part of their actions on the final day of the legislative session. Restaurant and tavern owners, who are still struggling financially, expressed their disappointment. Gov. Andrew Cuomo allowed restaurants and bars to offer alcoholic beverages to go along with t…
 
On today's Local News Hour : ( 04:14) Update from Wednesday's groundbreaking of the first piece of Mayflower Mountain Resort. ( 07:58) Summit County Council Member Chris Robinson recaps Wednesday's meeting. ( 24:5) Assistant General Manager and COO of the Weber Basin Water Conservancy District Darren Hess talks about the drought and how it's impact…
 
This week on Hold Your Fire!, Richard Atwood and Naz Modirzadeh talk to Renata Segura, deputy program director for Latin America and the Carribean, and Beth Dickinson, senior analyst for Colombia, about the anti-government protests across Colombia. They discuss what the deadly unrest looks like, a controversial tax reform proposed in April that tri…
 
As the incompetence of the current administration becomes more and more clear, so to do the lengths the bureaucratic, medical deep state went under the last administration—in cahoots with an activist media—to cover up what could have been widespread cures to the Chinese Coronavirus pandemic. Charlie unpacks that all. First, could it really be possi…
 
Did you get to see it? The Rochester area and much of the U.S. was treated to a partial solar eclipse at sunrise Thursday morning, when 78% of the sun was obscured by the moon, creating a crescent sunrise effect. Astronomy fans gathered at several locations around greater Rochester to watch through eclipse glasses and filters. Dan Schneiderman of t…
 
#006 - This week's episode sees us talking to David McClymont about communication, another of the characteristics of the Downe House DNA. David explains his role and discusses where he thinks technology could take schools in the future. We also hear about Downe House and its ‘Digital Strategy' and also how VR and AR (Virtual Reality and Augmented R…
 
Politics makes a terrible substitute for a complete, thoughtful worldview. “God has filled his world full of pleasures,” wrote C. S. Lewis in The Screwtape Letters. There are things for humans to do all day long without His minding in the least. Sleeping, walking, eating and drinking. It's only when these things are twisted, Lewis argues, that they…
 
Norman Jones is old enough to remember the Inner Loop being built more than half a century ago. “I have a clear memory of that machinery,” Jones said. “When you’re 4, 5, 6 years old, and you see big trucks and the excavators, you go, ‘Wow.’ When you see it all moved around, you just thought it was the coolest thing, and probably everyone else thoug…
 
Eleven non-profits will get help with necessary maintenance and renovations this summer with volunteers and resources from Built United, a program that is a partnership between the United Way of Greater Rochester and LeChase Construction. Unity Way President and CEO Jamie Saunders said the goal is to bring support to agencies that provide critical …
 
Charlie examines the trove of new racist text messages exposed by 'The Daily Mail' involving Hunter Biden and his lawyer. Joe Biden's son employed a prolific use of the "N-word" not to mention numerous other reports of child porn, drug usage, and problematic business relationships. Nevertheless, the news media remains mostly silent and uninterested…
 
Eleven women have told investigators that County Legislator Ernest Flagler-Mitchell sent them inappropriate, sexual, and sometimes graphic messages. Lakaya Sinclair is the only one of those accusers to come forward publicly. She has asked for Monroe County to pass stronger ethics legislation and remove Flagler-Mitchell from his office. For his part…
 
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