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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.
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Ways & Means

Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University

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Ways and Means features bright ideas for how to improve human society. The show is produced by the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University.
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Welcome to the Hillsboro School District's weekly Hot News podcast. We are the fourth-largest public school district in the state of Oregon with 35 schools serving more than 20,000 students from preschool through twelfth grade. Now you can listen to the District’s top news on your phone, in your car, or wherever is convenient for you.
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Voices United in Education

Escambia County Public Schools

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Hear the positive stories in education that don’t make the news. You’ll hear uplifting stories of student, parent and teacher impact in Escambia County. Meredith Hackwith Edwards interviews teachers, staff, parents, students, graduates, community mentors and members, so that we can become more united inside and outside the classroom to support the success of every student in Florida’s Escambia County Public Schools.
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LSE: Public lectures and events

London School of Economics and Political Science

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The London School of Economics and Political Science public events podcast series is a platform for thought, ideas and lively debate where you can hear from some of the world's leading thinkers. Listen to more than 200 new episodes every year.
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Biddy is a woman of some years: a GenX'er, Riot Grrrl, survivor, traveler, tattoo collector, senior pet owner, music lover, former public school embattled public school retiree and amatuer vegan chef. Biddy Sounds Off is a thinking woman's bildungsroman and pirate radio station some thirty years in the making: featuring episodic writings and eclectic musical selections.
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Policy Chats

UCR School of Public Policy

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Join us for chats with various voices in the public policy world about today's most pressing societal issues. This podcast is a production of the School of Public Policy at the University of California, Riverside.
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Welcome to the podcast for School Nurses, by School Nurses. If you’re a School Nurse, there’s plenty here for you. This series is a collaboration between the Digital Health Transformation Service at Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust and the School and Public Health Nurses Association (SAPHNA).
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CharterNation Podcast

California Charter Schools Association

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The CharterNation Podcast is a monthly podcast produced by the California Charter School Association. Episodes feature our Changemakers interview series in which CCSA's President & CEO Myrna Castrejón interviews influential charter public school leaders and allies on high-priority topics in K-12 education. Hosted by Ana Tintocalis, a former K-12 education journalist, the CharterNation Podcast also features news/analysis, perspectives and uplifting charter school stories in the Golden State. ...
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Humans in Public Health

Brown University School of Public Health

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How should we prepare for the next pandemic? How is noise pollution affecting my neighborhood? And how can we prevent opioid overdose from a public parking lot? From epidemiology to behavioral science, Megan Hall covers it all as she interviews public health researchers here at Brown University about their work and what brought them to the field of public health.
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Brittany, a public school kindergarten teacher is ready to sit down after a long day of school and start drinking! Get ready for laughs as she talks about the hilarious high jinks of their week, share funny stories, interview other teachers with unique teaching backgrounds, and give her no-holds-barred tipsy take on school-related news, all while drinking Kind Vine Teacher Wine
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The 217 Today Podcast

Illinois Public Media - WILL

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Keep up with news in Central Illinois every weekday with 217 Today. Hear the day's headlines, along with one deeper dive, in just ten minutes. Learn about the people and places that make Central Illinois unique with 217 Today.
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Welcome to S.C. Charter Chatter, where we focus on moving charter schools forward in South Carolina. In each episode, we’ll share best practices for schools, discuss the hot topics, and talk to those who help transform the landscape of public education in our state. This show is hosted by the Public Charter School Alliance of SC.
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Making The Leap is a weekly podcast hosted by Christine and Chris Stigall. The Stigalls recently made the leap to Christian education, pulling their daughter out of a public school and sending her to a private Christian school. The Stigalls want to empower other families to choose the school that’s best for them and break free from the status quo. They speak with society experts, educators, legislators, psychologists, and other parents to uncover the hidden truths in education and lay the gr ...
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DOGS

Jean Ely and Dale Bridge

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The Australian Council for the Defence of Government Schools (DOGS) looks at public education and separation of church and state.
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Welcome to Scholastically Speaking Podcast! Host Timothy White brings you thought-provoking conversations through insightful interviews with educators, parents, coaches advocates and anyone passionate about education. These interviews lead to some powerful and necessary conversations about topics such as schools, parenting, athletics, politics, social justice and so much more. At Scholastically Speaking Podcast, we believe in the transformative power of knowledge and the strength that comes ...
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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.
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Not Another Politics Podcast

University of Chicago Podcast Network

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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 ...
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Population Healthy

Michigan Public Health

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Population Healthy digs into important public health topics that impact our everyday lives. Produced by the University of Michigan School of Public Health, the show brings together experts to discuss population health issues from a variety of perspectives, from the microscopic to the macroeconomic, the social to the environmental, and explore the factors that affect the health of all of us, at a population level.
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PolicyCast

Harvard Kennedy School

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Our hosts speak with leading experts in public policy, media, and international affairs about their experiences confronting the world's most pressing public problems.
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PARENTS’ RIGHTS IN EDUCATION We represent millions of voices standing up for families, united for natural parents’ rights in the K-12 education system. Local control, where school boards set policies honoring all students, and families must be restored. We reject any indoctrination of school children with extreme pedagogy. We support the proper role of K-12 academic education, focused on core skills, and preparing students for success. We reject controversial sexualization and racist doctrin ...
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Well, I Laughed

Well I Laughed Podcast

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Semi-educational and organically funny, “Well, I Laughed” is a podcast for listeners who find themselves in search of a good laugh and their next strange story to tell at parties. Each week one of our hosts shares what they have learned on topics ranging from Birth Control to Pirates. Join Grant, a public school teacher, and Maia, an engineer, as they find the humor in the mundane. Well, I Laughed, and we think you will too. New episodes every Wednesday.
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The most in-depth tennis analysis on the internet. Draw previews, match breakdowns, breaking news, comment mailbags and more. Gill Gross is a broadcaster for Tennis Channel, US Open Radio, Cracked Racquets and UC San Diego. He graduated from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/monday-match-analysis/support
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The Save Our Schools submission to Productivity Commission's inquiry into philanthropy. Simple idea : Fully fund public schools! School funding back in the news. US- Special needs kids not attending government schools go to 'unregulated' special education schools. Afria- Urgent need for action in education.Great State School of the Week - Wonthaggi…
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In this episode we interviewed Mr. Tim Carter, the Superintendent of Wilson Central Schools. Tim shared information about the Choose Kindness program at their middle school and their Sunshine Club at the HS. We also interviewed Scott Benton. Scott is the MS Principal at Wilson. He explained the genisis of the Choose Kindness initiatve. Additionally…
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This Falls Church School Board meeting was marked by a festive atmosphere, as February has been designated as School Board Appreciation Month and the current week as School Board Clerk Appreciation Week. In a heartfelt display of gratitude, each school in the district crafted a video tribute to honor the school board's efforts. Additionally, Clerk …
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On this week's Mailbag, Gill Gross is joined by Abigail Johnson to answer your comments. First, we'll discuss the breakout weeks for teenagers Jakub Mensik and Joao Fonseca. We'll react to Holger Rune reuniting with Patrick Mouratoglou as head coach. Then it's to the comment section: how can Jannik Sinner be defeated, why is Andy Murray slumping, a…
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Intel y Portland Metro STEM Partnership una vez más celebraron la Semana Nacional de los Ingenieros poniéndose en contacto con estudiantes de cuarto grado de los distritos escolares de Hillsboro y Beaverton para despertar su imaginación e interés en los campos STEM (ciencia, tecnología, ingeniería, artes y matemáticas) mediante una actividad prácti…
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Intel and the Portland Metro STEM Partnership once again celebrated National Engineers Week by connecting with fourth-grade students in the Hillsboro and Beaverton School Districts to spark their imagination and interest in the STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) fields with an engaging, hands-on activity. On Thursday and Frida…
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Join us on this hilarious journey as we explore the unexpected world of teachers working wine festivals as a side hustle. Delve into the laughter and challenges these educators face as they navigate pouring glasses of wine instead of imparting knowledge. From grading papers to pouring Merlot, discover the humorous tales and hardships that make this…
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What's the state of the evidence on the impact of social media on the mental health of adolescents? Dr. Ceren Budak, a computational social scientist at the University of Michigan, talks with Dr. Josh Sharfstein about a new report from the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine. The report finds a gaping need for more evidence – a…
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This show may not be for every Christian school parent, but it impacts every Christian school family and certainly every Christian school operator. Whether we like talking about it or not, yes, it's a show about money. Meet professional donor development coach Cyra Lohman. Chris and Christine explore how successful Christian schools plan, communica…
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Get ready for an awesome exploration into the wild world of wombats with our very special guest, Wombat John Creighton! In this super fun special episode, our amazing student interviewers lead the way, asking all the cool questions about these cuddly creatures and John's amazing work. Wombat John Creighton is like a superhero for animals, and he's …
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Contributor(s): Stefanos Kasselakis | In Greece, SYRIZA rose dramatically to lead the fight against euro-zone imposed austerity. Yet, it lost badly in two national elections last year and the left is fragmenting. How can the fortunes of the left be restored? What kind of unity is feasible and desirable on the left? How can the left avoid further de…
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A proposal to allow exceptions to Nebraska’s limits on abortion in cases of fatal fetal anomalies produced strong reactions at a public hearing Thursday. And, senators advanced a bill enhancing penalties for people who supply fentanyl-laced drugs that kill or seriously injure another person.By Nebraska Public Media
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Rasika has a great chat with Dr. Ken Anderson about the creation of Cambus, the University of Iowa's free bus service, and how access to free, convenient public transportation benefits the larger Iowa City community as well.A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-public-transpor…
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The hub of Lincoln’s bus system may be getting a new temporary location until the completion of a multi-modal transportation center in 2027. Lincoln Transportation and Utilities shared plans at a public open house Wednesday morning for a new transfer center location at 11th and L Streets, two blocks south of its current location next to the Gold’s …
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The hub of Lincoln’s bus system may be getting a new temporary location until the completion of a multi-modal transportation center in 2027. Lincoln Transportation and Utilities shared plans at a public open house Wednesday morning for a new transfer center location at 11th and L Streets, two blocks south of its current location next to the Gold’s …
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In this episode we will be hearing from our guests about the Power of Relationships. Good working relationships and partnerships inside and outside of HSD provide us with several benefits, including a more enjoyable workplace! Featured staff: Gabby Villamagua — Principal, Free Orchards Elementary Fatima Aceves Rodriguez — Office Manager, Free Orcha…
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When it comes to passing actual legislation, putting it forward and getting it all the way through the process, it can be difficult to measure exactly which legislators are effective. Not to mention which types of legislators tend to be more effective, moderates or extremists? And does majority-party membership increase effectives? In an innovative…
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Deadly hepatitis C is curable, but 2.5 million Americans remain infected without treatment. Dr. Francis Collins, longtime director of the National Institutes of Health, is now serving as a special advisor to Present Biden for an effort to eliminate hepatitis C in the US. He speaks with Stephanie Desmon about why hepatitis C has been so tricky to di…
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Do aliens exist? Or are we alone in the universe? In this week’s podcast episode we explore Fermi's Paradox. Maia covers topics like the “great filter theory”, the day a UFO sighting stopped a football game with Ardico Magnini, the “coso artifact”, and the US Congressional Hearing on UFO sightings and the testimony of Retired Maj. David Grusch. An …
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Gracias a un cambio en los requisitos de los Programas Nacionales de Almuerzos y Desayunos Escolares llamada Provisión de Elegibilidad Comunitaria, todos los estudiantes de HSD ahora podrán recibir desayunos y almuerzos escolares SIN COSTO a partir del viernes, 1 de marzo. Las comidas para los adultos aún estarán disponibles para su compra a un cos…
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The initiative, called Nebraska Backs the Blue, aims to recruit officers to Nebraska by highlighting the state’s support for law enforcement, recreational opportunities and free college tuition program for law enforcement officials. “Our message today, while very important in Nebraska, is really a message to the rest of America. Nebraska is the bes…
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