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Your School Communications Scoop covers topics and best practices for K-12 schools. Whether it is tips for improving school customer service, strategies on how to market your school, or ways to use your school website and social media to build a respected school brand and increase enrollment, you'll find proven, effective advice from the experts at School Webmasters, LLC.
 
A five-time Emmy winning SNL comedy writer/producer, joins a four-time #1 NYT bestselling author, a three-time highest-rated national progressive radio host, a two-time Grammy winning artist, and a former US Senator. So, it gets a little crowded in the booth when Al talks public policy and sometimes political comedy with notable guests. Think “The Daily” without the resources of the NYTimes.
 
You know how when someone asks "How are you?" you just say "Fine,” even if you’re totally dying inside, so everyone can go about their day? “Terrible, Thanks For Asking” is the opposite of that. Nora McInerny asks real people to share their complicated and honest feelings about how they really are. It’s sometimes sad, sometimes funny, and often both. From American Public Media.
 
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Teacher Leader Lagniappe

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Teacher Leader Lagniappe

Louisiana Department of Education

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Teacher Leader Lagniappe offers a little something extra for Louisiana educators. As educators, we are leaders - leaders of our families, classrooms, schools, teams, and systems. Host Em Cooper shares inspiring stories from leaders in Louisiana and across the country. You’ll hear from innovators, change agents, and experts that will empower you to grow in your profession. Teacher Leader Lagniappe is a production of the Louisiana Department of Education.
 
KiDs Beach Club® is an organization on a mission to make Jesus cool at school. KBC has developed a process for empowering the local church to take the Bible into public schools via engaging, after-school clubs that serve the most impressionable among us—children in grades 3 through 6. This podcast is all about why it’s important, what’s involved in the process, and how best to implement the program in your local public school.
 
We would like to introduce 'Stories in Public Health', a podcast for new and aspiring public health professionals. Join as we travel around Sydney interviewing the people in public health that we most look up to! Download our podcast and: • Be inspired by public health professionals who are leaders in their fields • Learn about how they got to where they are, and what motivates them to work in public health. • Stay up-to-date with the latest public health practice from the real world and hav ...
 
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Education Matters

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Education Matters

Ohio Education Association

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Ohio's public schools serve 1.7 million children - 90 percent of students in the state! What happens in the classroom has impacts far beyond the walls of the K-12 school building or higher ed lecture hall. So, on behalf of the 120,000+ members of the Ohio Education Association, we're taking a deeper dive into some of the many education issues facing our students, educators, and communities. Education Matters is your source for insightful conversations with the people who shape the education ...
 
Brittany, a public school kindergarten teacher and Dylan, a private Catholic middle school teacher are ready to sit down after a long day of school and start drinking! Get ready for laughs as each talk about the hilarious high jinks of their week, share funny stories, compare their unique teaching backgrounds, and give their no-holds-barred tipsy take on school-related news, all while drinking Tipsy Teacher Wine
 
With all the noise created by a 24/7 news cycle, it can be hard to really grasp what's going on in politics today. We provide a fresh perspective on the biggest political stories not through opinion and anecdotes, but rigorous scholarship, massive data sets and a deep knowledge of theory. Understand the political science beyond the headlines with Harris School of Public Policy Professors William Howell, Anthony Fowler and Wioletta Dziuda. Our show is part of the University of Chicago Podcast ...
 
The United Kingdom and America are two countries separated by the same language, George Bernard Shaw never said, and we’ll be proving that in this podcast. We gather Incomparable panelists from the UK and America, as well as Canada and other English-speaking regions, and try to explain to each other the distinctions between biscuit and cookie, lemonade and fizzy water, public school and, er, public school, and why when we put our pants in our boot, we mean something altogether different.
 
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I AM GPH

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I AM GPH

NYU School of Global Public Health

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The I AM GPH podcast brings you community conversations from the New York University School of Global Public Health. From student internships to cutting edge faculty research, from alumni insights to the insider scoop on campus life… it's all right here on the I AM GPH podcast.
 
Hello! Honestly, I do not plan to have only 1 thing to talk about. My neurodivergent brain isn’t even set up like that. I plan to talk about many things ranging from a show or movie I had watched to the american public school system and how flawed it is. Whatever I talk about depends on what has been on my mind. Regardless, I hope you enjoy!
 
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Healthy You

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Healthy You

The George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health

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Healthy You explores the public health landscape and how it impacts your personal health and wellbeing. In each episode we tackle some of the most pressing health concerns of today. Whether you’re looking to start a career in public health, make a change in your life, or just learn something new, this podcast is for you.
 
Deep in the heart of public school education wars rage on, and few warriors come to fight for the people. Yet, there is one small band of freedom fighters bring sanity to the village. Anyone who threatens the education of our 8 million black children is likely to catch these eight black hands. [Twitter: @8Blackhands1]
 
Are you taking a good rest missing some relaxing Korean voice talking about her daily life? A Korean woman moved from Seoul to New York in 2015 and teaching French in a public school, also certified to teach Korean but haven't got a chance to teach Korean yet. She went through a lot of things since she got to New York. She will share her journey/ episodes/ diary mainly in Korean with transcription provided (https://wordpress.com/posts/koreannewyorker.wordpress.com) for Korean learners! Stay ...
 
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Malcolm John, MD, MPH, and Sarah Lahidji, MHA, share how to enhance language and clinical care access, patient experience and engagement, and clinical outcomes to improve health for historically resilient communities. They explain the key definitions related to health care equity and the impact of health care disparities research. They also describ…
 
DPS Arts presents the 2021 All-County High School Chorus Concert. The event took place on November 19, 2021, at Southern School of Energy and Sustainability. Dr. Jose Rivera served as the clinician for the event. Enjoy the concert! | A video version of the event can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nODuI9B-GAM --- Send in a voice mess…
 
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Principal Matt Hornbeck of the award-winning Baltimore City public school Hampstead Hill Academy has been on the podcast to talk about how the school community coped with closures, virtual and hybrid learning, scheduling changes, learning losses and more. Today for a very special episode, Principal Hornbeck invites…
 
As we celebrate the 3rd Anniversary of the Change for Change Initiative getting passed, we sit down with Chief Financial Officer Dr. Ami Desamours to discuss how much the Half Cent Sales Tax has benefited our students and what is next for upgrades and construction in the school district. #LoveLeeSchools #ChangeforChange…
 
Addiction prevention often comes in the form of “Just Say No” campaigns. But Dr. Terri Powell knows that to be successful, prevention strategies must be thoughtful and holistic—and focus on connections and support systems that help young people make the best decisions for themselves. Dr. Josh Sharfstein talks with Dr. Powell about Better Together, …
 
What if you could get from Portland to Seattle in an hour? Or from Portland to Vancouver, British Columbia in two hours? That’s the vision behind the Cascadia Ultra High Speed Ground Transportation project. Former Washington Gov. Chris Gregoire is the CEO of Challenge Seattle. She joins us to talk about the project and where plans stand right now.…
 
A record number of coho salmon — about 24,000 — have traveled to and from the Pacific Ocean through the Snake River this year. The number is a modern-day record. The Nez Perce tribe has been working to reintroduce salmon to the Lostine River and the Clearwater Basin. We hear details from Becky Johnson, the production division director of the tribe’…
 
Eugene Weekly is attempting to write obituaries for every homeless person the paper learns of who died in Eugene in 2021. So far, the paper has told of the life and death of thirteen people. Ella Hutcherson is a reporter for Eugene Weekly and wrote several of the stories. She joins us to talk about the project.…
 
In this episode, the fellas chop it up with Dr. Julian Vasquez Heilig (@ProfessorJVH), Dean of the Education at the University of Kentucky about his take on the recent uptick in anti-CRT rhetoric across the United States. Tune in. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/8-black-hands-podcast/message…
 
We’re culturally obsessed with scammers, con artists and fraudsters. People like Elizabeth Holmes and Bernie Madoff dominate headlines and then get films made and books written documenting what they did and how they did it. But behind the scammers are the victims: individuals who are struggling to recover their sense of safety, their identity … and…
 
Dr. Josh Sharfstein checks in again with Hopkins virologist Dr. Andy Pekosz about omicron and what the data are saying about how easily it can spread. So far, there’s good news and bad news about this variant—and still a lot we don’t know. Still, Dr. Pekosz explains, we can start to make some guesses based on current data and what we know about oth…
 
Annelise Cassar Tedesco, Louisiana’s 2022 State Teacher of the Year, talks about the Performing Arts Academy she co-founded, the Arts Strong series she created, and the innovative work she is implementing with her arts classes. The Livingston Parish Virtual-Hybrid Program is featured during the What’s Making Me Smile segment for their hands-on, eng…
 
Prior to COVID-19, the world had the capacity to produce about 5 billion vaccines a year. In the age of COVID, much greater capacity is needed. The U.S. International Development Finance Corporation, or DFC, is a little-known federal agency making big investments to build the global vaccine pipeline. DFC’s chief operating officer, David Marchick, t…
 
Speaking of a thousand points of light, my guest today is Wes Adkins, a math teacher at James Campbell High School in Ewa Beach, the largest school in all of Hawai‘i. He proudly works in an inclusion classroom, promotes self-paced learning environments, and implements project based learning assessments. Nipsey Hustle and Vector90 inspired him to wo…
 
Contributor(s): Dr Nora Fisher Onar, Professor Sieglinde Gstöhl, Professor Karen E Smith | This book gives us a taste of how rich analyses of EU external action have become. Once considered an exception, now EU foreign policy in its various guises appeals to a variety of theoretical perspectives and engages with the most important contemporary poli…
 
Contributor(s): Dr Nora Fisher Onar, Professor Sieglinde Gstöhl, Professor Karen E Smith | This book gives us a taste of how rich analyses of EU external action have become. Once considered an exception, now EU foreign policy in its various guises appeals to a variety of theoretical perspectives and engages with the most important contemporary poli…
 
I know it doesn't sound like much, but word-of-mouth marketing is key to the success for local, family-owned businesses. More than ever, people are checking online reviews for goods and services, and your opinion matters. Frequently—and, at times, unfortunately—customers only leave online reviews for bad experiences. No one wants to be judged by th…
 
Amanda Lee shares how UDL and accessibility drives her programming and shapes her library space and collection. I would like to thank composer Nazar Rybak at Hooksounds.com for the music you’ve heard today. Editable PD Certificate FAQ’s and ISO (In search of…) Online Doctoral Programs Can I just vent??? Form SLU Playlists ALICE Training Twitter and…
 
The Tigard Public Safety Advisory Board was created as part of the city’s anti-racism action plan. The board reviews police department practices and makes recommendations to city leadership. The board and the police department have been working collaboratively, and the police department has implemented some of those recommendations. We hear details…
 
Few businesses have been untouched by the pandemic. Some were able to get federal and other assistance, but not those in the cannabis industry, since it’s illegal under federal law. Cannabis businesses already faced challenges from being unable to access traditional financing and other banking services. Many continue to be targets for theft as they…
 
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown is calling lawmakers back to Salem on Dec. 13 for a special session to address the state’s rent assistance program, which has run out of funds. The goal is to extend eviction protections for renters and offer relief to landlords as well. Sen. Kayse Jama, D-Portland, and Rep. Julie Fahey, D-Eugene, are the architects of the pr…
 
Throughout the pandemic, Colombia has fared better than other South American countries in terms of hospital overload and deaths, due in no small part to its emphasis on testing, contact tracing, and isolating of positive and suspected cases. Hopkins health economist Dr. Antonio Trujillo talks with Dr. Josh Sharfstein about Colombia’s pandemic strat…
 
Federal attorneys say wolves are resilient and stable enough to not need federal protections, but environmentalists argue these canines are vulnerable without them. They say wolves are a vital part of ecosystems and have growing concerns with increased wolf hunting. Ranchers, on the other hand, have seen livestock killings and argue wolves put thei…
 
After more than three decades as a mainstay in Oregon politics, the state’s longest-tenured U.S. House member Peter deFazio announced Wednesday that he won’t seek a 19th term. The 4th Congressional District he represents spans Oregon’s southwest corner, stretching from the California border to Albany. OPB political reporter Dirk VanderHart joins us…
 
The union that represents teachers in Portland Public Schools says educators and students are at a breaking point. They want the district to suspend in-person high school classes on Fridays for the rest of the school year and cut instructional time for younger students as well. The union says these measures are necessary to avoid more fights and di…
 
Be sure to use the code "tipsypod" at checkout for 12% off Our Nation’s classrooms are severely underfunded. Tipsy Teacher is a teacher-owned online wine company that donates 15% of the proceeds from your wine delivery directly to underfunded teachers allowing you to do something meaningful every time you pour a glass of Tipsy Teacher wine. Go to T…
 
Linda J. Bilmes, the Daniel Patrick Moynihan Senior Lecturer in Public Policy, is a leading expert on budgetary and public financial issues. Her research focuses on budgeting and public administration in the public, private and non-profit sectors. She is interested in how resources are allocated, particularly defense budgets, costs of war, veterans…
 
In this episode, we chat with Karen Issokson-Silver, VP, Director of Research & Education at the Women’s Sport Foundation. Karen has had an extensive career within public health alongside a wide variety of experiences starting her career in marketing & advertising at Sandcastles consulting LLC. Through her journey Karen has been a part of various c…
 
We’ve seen so many important advances in our fight against Covid in 2021. And yet it is impossible to forget the struggle and the anguish over so many lives lost. In this episode of Healthy You – Surviving a Pandemic, host Frank Sesno talks to Lauren Weber, Midwest Correspondent for Kaiser Health News. Lauren shares her perspective on the pandemic …
 
With 59% of the US population fully vaccinated against COVID-19, the increased availability of booster shots, and the rise of a new variant, having a highly vaccinated public is incredibly important to the fight against COVID in the months ahead. In this episode, Talk Policy to Me reporter Noah Cole talks to psychologist and behavioral scientist Ph…
 
The Oregon Health Authority and the Department of Environmental Quality are collaborating on testing 150 drinking water systems across the state for per- and polyfluorinated substances, known as PFAS. The substances can be found in the blood of people and animals all over the world. They are found in water, air, fish, and soil in places around the …
 
Banks are closing branches nationwide. But what happens when that branch is the last in town? Nyssa’s lone bank is slated to close in January. We hear more about how that affects the town and what it means as more rural communities nationwide are faced with the same problem. Jim Maret is the city manager of Nyssa. Jason Richardson is the director o…
 
As business and property owners become increasingly frustrated with Portland’s public safety system, they are tapping private security to fill the vacuum. But private security firms in Oregon are notoriously underregulated, and their employees are required to receive a fraction of the training and oversight as public law enforcement. OPB’s Rebecca …
 
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