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Host Gloria Riviera, “Call it Like it Is” Special Correspondent Kristen Bell, parents, and providers zoom in on America’s childcare crisis and the people crushed by it. Access to high-quality childcare and early education determines so much of a kid’s future…and their family’s sanity. Laugh, cry, be outraged, and hear solutions in this four-part series that explains why child care is broken and how we can fix it. No one is coming to save us — we need to save ourselves. Presented by Neighborh ...
 
Every weekday, our Maine Calling program digs into topics and issues with listeners across the state in a statewide conversation.While the coronavirus crisis is at its height, host Jennifer Rooks will lead conversations about how the spread of COVID-19 is affecting people throughout our region. Upcoming topics will include: answers to medical questions; how businesses are impacted by the crisis; childcare issues; how to deal with anxiety and uncertainty; what Maine towns are doing to cope; h ...
 
BAM Radio has compiled the most popular segments hosted by the Executive Directors of the nation's 14 leading education associations including; The Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development( ASCD), The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), the American Association of School Administrators (AASA), the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the National Parent Teachers Association ( PTA), the National Head Start Association (NHSA), Th ...
 
The essential role of music in the process of cognitive development and learning in education is typically underrated and not understood. This program brings the most recent research, brightest minds and best practices for advancing learning through music. This is a must listen resource for teachers and parents.
 
Afterschool Alliance and BAM Radio Network have partnered to bring you ASA Radio. Executive Director Jodi Grant hosts the program that will focus on the topics you really care about. Each brief segment of ASA Radio will help keep after school advocates abreast of the latest efforts to ensure that all children have access to affordable, quality after school programs. Click the "play" button below to listen now.
 
The National Association for The Education of Young Children and BAM Radio Network have partnered to bring you NAEYC Radio. Rae Pica and Jerlean Daniel host the program that will focus on a different topic each month. The program was developed by early childhood professionals to bring the best and latest insights directly to parents and educators.
 
The Association of School Business Officials and BAM Radio Network have partnered to bring you School Business Matters (formerly ASBO Radio). Executive Director John Musso hosts the program, focusing on the topics that matter to you. Each brief segment features a thought-provoking discussion with an expert who has hands-on experience in the areas of school business management practices, professional growth, and the effective use of educational resources.
 
The National Parent Teachers Association and BAM Radio Network have partnered to bring you National PTA Radio. National PTA President, Betsy Landers anchors the show along with James Martinez, Sr. Manager of Media & Public Relations at National PTA.Our online broadcasts focus on issues affecting families and child advocates and provides real-life answers to everyday problems. Every episode speaks to the latest headline news, issues and features that affect the lives of children.
 
Radio interviews by the Early Care and Education Consortium.The Early Care and Education Consortium and BAM Radio Network have partnered to bring you ECEC Radio, a program that focuses on the early care issues you really care about. Each brief segment of ECEC Radio will help keep you abreast of the latest developments in the industry.
 
Reproductive Left is a podcast by Mabel Wadsworth Center, a feminist, nonprofit, sexual and reproductive healthcare provider in Bangor, ME. After a three year hiatus, we are back with new hosts: Catherine Chavaree (she, her) and Aspen Ruhlin (they, them). Join us as we explore topics that impact our sexual and reproductive health and lives. New episodes the last Friday of the month!
 
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Andy Slavitt, President Biden’s Senior Advisor on COVID-19, is back from the White House to his chair on the award-winning In the Bubble podcast. Just as he took us through the pandemic, this 10-week series called Our Shot is about leading us out. It’s an insider’s guide for getting closure on what happened, how we emerge, and what must come next. …
 
(0:40) - Amazon may be one of the biggest companies in the country and the world, but they are losing workers at a higher rate than before the pandemic. (12:35) - Some executives at Lordstown Motors have stepped down following inaccurate preorder disclosures, including the Chief Financial Officer. (22:10) - JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon said that he is…
 
(0:28) - Markets opened lower following the release of a slew of economic data, most notably the Producer Price Index (PPI) and retail sales. PPI showed major increases across the board, including a 6.6% increase year over year. (13:06) - Ema David of the Armstrong Advisory Group joined the show to take a deep dive into the retail sales numbers, wh…
 
(1:27) - The latest industry to experience severe shortages is the furniture industry, with some consumers waiting months for sofas and dressers. (13:21) - Many workers are deciding against returning to the office, and instead opting to quit their jobs entirely. (22:59) - Elon Musk announced that Tesla will begin to accept Bitcoin as a payment once…
 
(0:46) - U.S. Congress is starting to ramp up its battle against big tech companies, introducing new, large-scale antitrust legislation that could make life more difficult for Amazon, Apple, Google, and Facebook. (15:40) - Leaders at the G-7 summit drafted a 25 page statement essentially asking China to change its ways, but the statement itself see…
 
This school year is largely in the rearview mirror and many of us are exhausted. But after you've had some rest, you'll want to listen to this special episode on reevaluating everything we thought about teaching and technology before the pandemic. (Get the book) Follow on Twitter: @ISTE @mrhooker @possbeth @KarenJan @mmatp @attipscast @cmurcray @ba…
 
This week Katharine Murphy and Guardian Australia’s team of Canberra reporters answer your most burning political questions. Will Scott Morrison make an exception for the Biloela family? How will Australians be affected by the new Medicare changes? What is the conspiracy theory surrounding Dan Andrews?…
 
(1:07) - Three FDA officials have resigned following the agency's approval of Biogen's Alzheimer's drug. One approval described the decision as "the worst approval the FDA has made." (17:29) - The first versions of Tesla's Model S Plaid are being delivered to early buyers today. The vehicle has the capability to go from 0 to 60mph in two seconds. (…
 
(2:00) - Reacting to recent market movement, specifically the S&P 500's record close, and how investors are realizing that inflation may very well be transitory. (12:58) - The guys do a lightning round in regards to inflation. Which industries could see sustained inflation, and which will be closer to normal over the next year? (24:37) - A bipartis…
 
(5:00) - Coinbase has teamed up with a 401k provider so that employees at participating companies can invest up to 5% of their retirement in cryptocurrency. (14:10) - Ted Rossman of Bankrate.com joined the show today to discuss Bankrate's study on Americans current spending habits, more specifically how many people are willing to accrue debt throug…
 
(0:50) - Markets opened higher following the release of the consumer-price index for May, which showed a 5% jump vs. expectations of 4.7%. Core CPI, which excludes food and fuel, came in at 3.8% (15:36) - Weekly jobless claims hit yet another new pandemic-low, with 376K Americans filing claims vs. 370K expected. (24:36) - The U.S. is trying to find…
 
(0:39) - The meme stock craze doesn't appear to be going away anytime soon, as stocks like Wendy's and Context Logic are now seeing share prices skyrocket due to increased attention on Reddit. (13:12) - President Biden's capital gains tax proposal could have a major effect on estate plans. (23:06) - The Biden Admin. is touting its plan to expand ac…
 
(0:49) - Ahead of major inflation data being released tomorrow, the guys debate what could be the bigger market mover: Inflation data or unemployment data. (12:51) - On Tuesday, the Senate passed a $250 billion bill that will accelerate technology research and development as competition from China and other nations ramp up. (22:23) - Another editio…
 
(0:27) - Wages are rising across various industries as many businesses continue to try different methods to attract workers. (13:34) - Commodity prices continue to soar as a result of the pandemic. Many sectors are still negatively effected by this trend. (22:16) - The guys react to the breaking news that the IRS Chief asked Congress for authority …
 
(0:49) - Cloud service Fastly experienced an outage this morning that led to several major website going offline. Some of those websites include The New York Times, Amazon, Reddit, and Twitch. (13:45) - The JOLTS report for April revealed a new record-high job openings with 9 million, far exceeding expectations of just over 8 million. (26:11) - Exp…
 
(1:21) - The FDA has approved Biogen's new Alzheimer's drug that will be the first new Alzheimer's medication in nearly 20 years. (13:48) - The Senate is poised to pass the Endless Frontiers Act, which will green light further resources and research towards semiconductors as well as new technology. (22:23) - Apple's annual Worldwide Developer Confe…
 
(1:25) - Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen made comments at the G& summit indicating she is not worried about inflation, while supporting President Biden's $4 trillion spending plan. Yellen also said higher interest rates "would actually be a plus." (13:38) - The G7 produced an agreement on a global minimum corporate tax rate of 15%. Is there a reali…
 
Katharine Murphy speaks with Anthony Albanese to mark his two years as Labor leader. How can the leader increase his visibility? How has Scott Morrison shaped himself against a backdrop of crises? Is Labor ready to tackle another election contest in the face of the 2019 loss?By The Guardian
 
(2:06) - The jobless rate for teens is lower than the jobless rate for ages 20-24 for the first time ever. In addition, the participation rate for teens has ticked up. (13:07) - The Department of Justice is ramping up investigations of ransomware attacks and prioritizing them at a similar level of terrorist threats. (22:38) - Despite many planes be…
 
(1:05) - The jobs report for May was released at 8:30 Friday morning, and while it was an improvement (559K jobs added) from April, it still fell short of expectations of 661K jobs added. (13:07) - Paul Lane of the Armstrong Advisory Group joined the show to give us a more detailed look at the jobs report. (23:46) - Markets are in rally mode follow…
 
(3:59) - Restaurants are pushing to keep in place rules that were created during the pandemic in order to assist the industry. Will outdoor dining and cocktails to-go be nixed? (14:32) - The Federal Reserve announced on Wednesday that they will begin to sell off their corporate bonds, which total $16 billion. (22:43) - Electric vehicle stocks are s…
 
(0:29) - Weekly jobless claims headlined a flurry of economic data released on Thursday morning, with claims dipping to 385K- the lowest total since the pandemic began. (12:10) - A ZipRecruiter survey from Q1 showed that 50% of job applicants were seeking a job that would allow remote work even after the pandemic has subsided, and one third of thos…
 
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