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06/25/20 Meet Life Long Learner, Advocate, Author and Entrepreneur, William Manzanares IV

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06/11/20 Education Programs for Adults Transitioning from Incarceration & for At-Risk Youth

Our society and school systems too often criminalize black and brown students in a way that creates pipelines from schools to jails and prisons.. This dynamic contributes to mass incarceration. Transitions programs like the ones in San Marcos at Palomar College and CSU San Marcos, share the goal of looping that pipeline back into colleges [...]

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05/29/30 A Joyous Life Journey Continues!

We are having a very special show on May 29th, 2020 Friday at 8pm Pacific time; sponsored by W.A.G.(We Are Guardians) Healing, a animal and human holistic sanctuary this show is titled "A Joyous Life Journey Continues!" and is celebrating host Doris Rivas-Brekke's birthday!! Our headline guest and co-host is returning friend and guest, Dr. [...]

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05/28/20 COABE-Coalition on Adult Basic Education

In these show segments, we feature the Coalition on Adult Basic Education (COABE), and its CEO, Sharon Bonney. The more we talked, the more we learned what a tremendous resource that COABE is for adult educators, administrators, and adult students in the U.S. Listen and learn more about the important advocacy work that COABE provides [...]

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05/14/20 Authors Write Books for Young and Reluctant Readers

Writers of books for children and for teens were the theme for these radio show segments. First up was Jennifer Gardiner, author of A Trip Around the Pond. Jennifer is also an illustrator. Among her talents is the ability to relate to children. Her story is based on a true experience with her grand-daughter. Our [...]

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04/23/20 Tutoring Struggling Students and Engaging Seniors in Literacy Instruction

We welcome Dr. Marilyn Moore from National University who has written a book for tutors and teachers, Designing a Successful Tutoring Session for Struggling Readers. Dr. Moore has taught teachers at National University for eighteen years. In the second half of this broadcast, we are joined by Kristen Amicone, Director of Intergenerational Programs for San [...]

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04/09/20 Evidence-Based Literacy Instruction

Nora Chahbazi is the founder & president of EBLI: Evidence Based Literacy Instruction. The mission of her organization is to "teach the world to read". Nora's story begins with her search for effective reading instruction that would help her daughter who was struggling with reading and writing. Highly motivated, Nora engaged in research that resulted [...]

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03/31/20 Meeting the Challenge: COVID-19 Responses in Lynwood and Paramount

Part 1 Lynwood Unified Board President Gary Hardie Jr. and Lynwood Partners Education Foundation Executive Director Elsa Chagolla discuss the Foundation’s COVID-19 Response Fund, with a goal of raising $100,000 to help support Lynwood Unified students and families during the extended dismissal. Part 2 Paramount Unified’s Odyssey STEM Academy Principal Keith Nuthall discusses the school’s [...]

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03/26/20 Guitars in the Classroom & DEEP–Diamond Educational Excellence Partnership

Part 1 We spoke with Jessica Baron, Founder, Guitars in the Classroom, about the role that music plays in helping children process information, specifically as it relates to reading. More and more, teachers are engaging in activities that help children learn through music and imagery. Listen to this segment for more information. Part 2 Our [...]

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03/17/20 Quest for Greatness: National Match Scholar at El Monte Union

El Monte High School senior Dana Hua discusses being named a QuestBridge National Match Scholar, preparing for college through summer enrichment programs, participating in 24-hour coding hackathons and the decision-making process of choosing which university to attend.

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