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The Preschool Podcast, brought to you by HiMama, is a platform for learning from leading professionals in early childhood education. If you work in a daycare, childcare or preschool setting, The Preschool Podcast will provide you with both practical advice for managing your organization, center or classroom, as well as thought provoking content and insights about the field of early childhood education. Each week, we chat with leaders in early childhood education, from teachers and educators ...
 
A podcast about education. Every episode, Voice of San Diego's Scott Lewis and Will Huntsberry bring you a new story about schools and the system that makes them work (or not). This season, we’ll have stories about a scam that cost California millions of dollars, what happens when a school stops feeling safe and the future of early education. Subscribe now to get every episode. We’re back from summer vacation Sept. 25th.
 
Gramm Barrier Systems Ltd. are the UK’s leading, Link-Up Railway & Highways Agency Sector Scheme Approved, specialist contractors in the supply & erection of all types of Barriers including Noise, Wind, Flood & Vehicular Safety Barriers, & include Bridge Parapets, Pedestrian Guardrail, Security Fencing, incl. Steel palisade, Weldmesh, Chainlink fencing, General Fencing and Gates.
 
The Protect Kids Online (PKO) Podcast is brought to you by the Wisconsin Department of Justice, Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force. This podcast is designed for parents, grandparents, guardians, or caregivers of children. Get information about the trends and updates on the latest apps, websites, and online activity of children 17 yrs and younger. Topics include: activities of the Wisconsin ICAC Task Force; App of the Week; tips & methods for combating online child exploitatio ...
 
inSocialWork is the podcast series of the University at Buffalo School of Social Work. The purpose of this series is to engage practitioners and researchers in lifelong learning and to promote research to practice, practice to research. inSocialWork features conversations with prominent social work professionals, interviews with cutting-edge researchers, and information on emerging trends and best practices in the field of social work.
 
In their books "Freakonomics," "SuperFreakonomics" and "Think Like a Freak", Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner explore "the hidden side of everything," telling stories about cheating schoolteachers and eating champions while teaching us all to think a bit more creatively, rationally, and productively. The Freakonomics Radio podcast, hosted by Dubner, carries on that tradition with weekly episodes. Prepare to be enlightened, engaged, perhaps enraged, and definitely surprised.
 
From digital dilemmas like managing screen time and the effects of social media, to new apps and devices that can make parenting easier (or at least more fun), family tech expert Rebecca Levey, along with tech reporter Andrea Smith and blogger Amy Oztan, explore the ups and downs of parenting in the digital age. Join them every week on Parenting Bytes where they will discuss the latest tech, gadgets, apps, and issues around raising the digital generation - and maybe learn something even your ...
 
Produced in conjunction with the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and their consumer site, HealthyChildren.org, Healthy Children is hosted by our favorite Mom: Melanie Cole, MS. Join Melanie as she interviews expert pediatricians and discusses all aspects of your children’s health and well-being. From infants to teens, potty training to bullying, to prom safety – this is your ultimate audio parenting guide available On Demand 24/7!
 
The New Jersey School Boards Association (NJSBA) presents a forum to explore education issues and the impact of state-level politics on New Jersey’s public school districts, hosted by Ray Pinney, of NJSBA. The format brings together state and local education leaders for a lively dialogue on the latest developments. Our children’s education is too important not to discuss and debate. To learn more about NJSBA, visit https://www.njsba.org.
 
Interviews with Equine Industry Experts. Listen to Olympians, World Cup riders, World Champions, Veterinarians, Equine Body Workers as well as leading horse specialists in their field. Regular International guests give specific advice on tips, steps and ideas in their specialty area. A must listen to all horse lovers and those genuinely interested in safety and horse welfare.
 
MISSION STATEMENT Bryanston High School strives to provide quality education within a caring environment that balances the pursuit of academic excellence and the development of life skills, so as to empower all of the learners to achieve their potential and meet the challenges of a dynamic society as responsible citizens. VISION It is the school's vision that each matriculant leaving Bryanston High School will leave with a sound academic foundation, will have participated actively in various ...
 
Cold Call distills Harvard Business School's legendary case studies into podcast form. Hosted by Brian Kenny, the podcast airs every two weeks and features Harvard Business School faculty discussing cases they've written and the lessons they impart.
 
Fill up your idle time in the car rider line with CCISD. This bi-weekly podcast dives deeper into a wide-range of educational news and resources with District leaders and area experts. Listeners can also join in on the conversation during the live recording on our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/clearcreekisd).
 
Behind-the-Scene @ NTSB will share the stories of our staff and highlight the exceptional work that is being done to advance transportation. Each episode will feature an interview with NTSB staff. We’ll delve into their transportation career history, discuss interesting investigations or reports that they have worked on, and share how their expertise improves safety. New episodes will be available every other Thursday.
 
Discover the hidden side of everything with Stephen J. Dubner, co-author of the Freakonomics books. Each week, Freakonomics Radio tells you things you always thought you knew (but didn’t) and things you never thought you wanted to know (but do) — from the economics of sleep to how to become great at just about anything. Dubner speaks with Nobel laureates and provocateurs, intellectuals and entrepreneurs, and various other underachievers. The entire archive, going back to 2010, is available o ...
 
The NASN School Nurse Chat, a podcast hosted by NASN Executive Director Donna Mazyck, highlights timely student and school health topics of interest to school nurses and other professionals focused on student health and well-being. For more information about the NASN School Nurse Chat podcast, contact Jon Lemich, NASN Grants and External Partners Coordinator, jlemich@nasn.org.
 
Welcome to Theory Time! I’m Jake Hurst, a media fanatic/podcaster and this podcast will make preparing for your theory test that little bit easier. Each week I’ll be joined by my 2 companions, Deano and Cam, as we go through every theory topic by delving into a few questions whilst also talking about any driving stories that we or the listeners have. We also have a head to head section where the loser of Cam V Deano will face a forfeit at the end of series 1. #TheoryTime. 📨Send us your quest ...
 
Gays Against Guns NY is an inclusive direct action group of LGBTQ people and their allies committed to nonviolently breaking the gun industry's chain of death—investors, manufacturers, the NRA and politicians who block safer gun laws. We are New York-based but work with GAG chapters in other cities to ensure safety for all individuals, particularly vulnerable communities such as people of color, women, people who struggle with mental health issues, LGBTQ people and religious minorities. GAG ...
 
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G.M. produces more than 20 times as many cars as Tesla, but Tesla is worth nearly 10 times as much. Mary Barra, the C.E.O. of G.M., is trying to fix that. We speak with her about the race toward an electrified (and autonomous) future, China and Trump, and what it’s like to be the “fifth-most powerful woman in the world.”…
 
The federal government's moratorium on evictions expires at the end of the year. In some states, including Georgia, evictions can have long-lasting consequences for tenants. WABE's Stephannie Stokes reports. Also, ski season is underway, and it's bumping up against spikes in COVID-19 cases across the country. Resorts have put safety protocols in pl…
 
After being put on a ventilator while fighting COVID-19, Jeff Gerson launched a project to find the more than 134 hospital workers who attended to him. Gerson joins us to tell his story. And, the Arecibo telescope — a platform of radio receivers suspended over a massive dish — collapsed on Tuesday in Puerto Rico. We talk with Alyssa Goodman, astron…
 
Karthik Ganapathy, progressive communications consultant who recently advised Charles Booker’s US Senate campaign, served as a spokesperson for Senator Bernie Sanders and Representative Keith Ellison, and the climate change campaign organization 350.org and Katrina vanden Heuvel editorial director and publisher of The Nation magazine, on Biden’s ca…
 
National recruiting analyst Greg Biggins sits down with five-star defensive lineman Korey Foreman, the No. 1 overall player in the Composite rankings for the 2021 class, to discuss the latest in his process, including interest in Clemson, LSU, Georgia, Arizona State and USC ahead of the Early Signing Period. Host: Blair Angulo Guests: Greg Biggins,…
 
As part of the continuation of the series on racism as a public health crisis, Dr. Keshia Pollack Porter talks with Hopkins professor Dr. Roland J. Thorpe, Jr., and Dr. Marino A. Bruce, faculty at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, about the impacts of racism on black men’s health. They discuss what stands in the way of basic care for ma…
 
This week we discuss the increased violence against transgender people in the U.S while honoring their lives in life and death. 'In Memoriam' Asia Jynaé Foster 22 yers old, 11/20/2020 Houston, Texas. Jay W. Walker's speech from Trans Day of Remembrance at Stonewall Inn. The National GVP Coalition, with over 70 GVP groups, sent the Biden/Harris Tran…
 
A week after its discovery, a mysterious 9-foot steel obelisk in the Utah wilderness has disappeared. No one knows who removed the object. Zak Podmore of The Salt Lake Tribune reports. Also, nearly 40 years after HIV/AIDS was first detected, more than 30 million have died. One of the co-founders of activist group ACT UP reflects on what progress ha…
 
Father Emil Kapaun died in a prisoner of war camp during the Korean War but not before saving the lives of countless fellow prisoners. A new book, "The Saint Makers" by Joe Drape, tells Kapaun's story and also details the campaign to make him a saint. Drape joins us. And, one New York City restaurant is testing employees and guests before they're a…
 
Emily Bazelon, staff writer for The New York Times Magazine, co-host of Slate's "Political Gabfest" podcast, Truman Capote fellow for creative writing and law at Yale Law School and author of Charged: The New Movement to Transform American Prosecution and End Mass Incarceration (Random House; First Edition April 9, 2019), talks about recent and upc…
 
The role of technology in early learning has always been hotly debated. In our conversation with Ann Gadzikowski, Director of Early Learning at Encyclopaedia Britannica, we discuss the difference between being active users and passive consumers of technology. Ann shares why blocks are an amazing medium to promote STEM learning at a young age.…
 
Prior to Thanksgiving, the city of Philadelphia announced new COVID-19 restrictions to last for six weeks until January 1—some of the strictest recommendations the country has seen since the spring. Health commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley talks with Stephanie Desmon about these targeted restrictions the city hopes will prevent the current surge from …
 
Does watching the news ever make you terrified for your child's safety? John and Danny offer help for parents who frequently struggle with fear. Featuring Lee Nienhuis. Find us online at focusonthefamily.com/parentingpodcast. Or, call 1-800-A-FAMILY.Brave Mom, Brave Kids: https://donate.focusonthefamily.com/don-fofp-podcast-2020-12-01?refcd=1023007…
 
Democrats made history in the Southwest in the 2020 election. We speak with two politics professors about the signs that perhaps that the Sun Belt may be just as important as the Rust Belt in future elections. And, epidemiologist Michael Mina says at-home tests could be one of the country's most effective tools against COVID-19. He joins us to expl…
 
As surges in COVID-19 cases strain hospital capacity across the U.S., morgue capacity is also a growing concern for the coroner of Washoe County, Nevada. Dr. Laura Knight has been preparing for a scenario where she could run out of space in the weeks ahead. Also, a record-breaking hurricane season ends on Monday. We review the historic weather with…
 
New York State Senators Jessica Ramos (D, District 13 (Corona, East Elmhurst, Elmhurst, Jackson Heights, and parts of Astoria and Woodside in Queens) and Andrew Gounardes (D, District 22 (Bay Ridge, Dyker Heights, Bensonhurst, Bath Beach, Gravesend, Gerritsen Beach, Manhattan Beach, and Marine Park in Brooklyn) talk about their priorities for the n…
 
National recruiting analyst Brian Dohn joins the show to discuss the latest on five-star offensive tackle Tristan Leigh, who has set his commitment date, and also break down the thought process of Top247 defensive tackle Tywone Malone, who has USC, Texas A&M, Tennessee, Ole Miss, Florida State and Rutgers high on his list of options. Host: Blair An…
 
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, rates of opioid overdose have increased dramatically but this is only due in part to disruption of services and increased isolation. Michael Botticelli, former head of the Office of National Drug Control Policy in the Obama administration and 32 years into his own recovery, talks with guest host Brendan Saloner abo…
 
COVID-19 continues to make major impacts especially in government funding. So we sat down with Zac Morris, Principal and Director of Government Services Practice at Rea & Associates, and Ken Richards, Principal at Rea & Associates, to talk about the latest and greatest in government funding and our most recent merger with Kennedy Cottrell Richards …
 
Teaching Riders With Disabilities To Connect With Their Horse, Become More Coordinated and Improve Results at School (Listeners' Choice) Contact Details for this Episode are available on www.HorseChats.com/ReneeHolzingerLC Music - BenSound.com Interviewed by Glenys CoxBy Glenys Cox and Renee Holzinger
 
The Arizona Board of Education has made it a requirement that middle and high school students learn about the Holocaust and other genocides. Kim Klett, an English teacher at Dobson High School in Mesa, Arizona, joins us. And, the sheriff's department in Ellis County, Texas, is expanding disability and mental health training, after an incident in 20…
 
Three of our favorite segments from the week, in case you missed them. Remembering Mayor Dinkins (First) | Who Gets the Vaccine and When? (Starts at 29:19) | Shop Listener (Starts at 56:29) If you don't subscribe to the Brian Lehrer Show on iTunes, you can do that here.By WNYC
 
Though the Thanksgiving meal might have been smaller this year, there may still be leftovers. Chef Kathy Gunst shares some of her leftover ideas. Also, a COVID-19 surge is putting pressure on testing supplies. Now, some scientists think they might have found a way to relieve that pressure. They say they can narrow down who should be tested by using…
 
In this year like no other in history, enjoy this excursion through some of our best interviews with historians from our history: Doris Kearns Goodwin on her book, Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln (Simon & Schuster, 2005);Ron Chernow, on his biography Grant (Penguin Press, 2017);the late Studs Terkel, oral historian extraordi…
 
Grade 8 in 2021 - all your questions answered — Be ready for day 1 John Skelton (Principal) Carryn Bukris and Adam Mawdsley (Grade Controllers) Today Principal John Skelton is joined by the Grade Controllers for 2021's Grade 8 cohort. Together they answer loads and loads of questions we're received from families joining us next year. If you still h…
 
Indigenous Canadians are avoiding going to the doctor or seeking care in hospitals, says the president of The Indigenous Physicians Association. The COVID-19 pandemic has had an impact, but there's also another potentially deadly factor: racism. "People are fearing that they will be treated in a racist manner, or not receive the standard of care th…
 
Many schools closed in the spring, during the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic. Many opened in the fall. Staff Writer Jennifer Couzin-Frankel joins host Sarah Crespi to talk about what was learned in spring about how coronavirus spreads in schools that might help keep children safe as cases surge once again.Also this week: What makes leaves f…
 
Chances are you didn't run your annual turkey trot this year. While some races went virtual, asking participants to run on their own and send a donation, others canceled altogether. So what does that mean for charity dollars during the giving season? Stacy Palmer of the Chronicle of Philanthropy explains the challenges. Also, Native Americans are a…
 
As we do every Thanksgiving, we'll take a visit to see the snow geese in Vermont with host Robin Young and her late uncle Lachlan Maclachlan Field. And, Jane Arraf has covered Egypt, Iraq, and other parts of the Middle East for NPR News for the past four years. Before she leaves NPR for her next chapter at the New York Times, she joins us to talk a…
 
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