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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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Public Money Pod
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Center for Municipal Finance

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Each year state and local governments spend $4 trillion dollars. Where does that money come from? Where does it go? Who manages it? And what do citizens and taxpayers have to show for it? In this podcast we explore the budgets, bonds, and bureaucrats at the heart of state and local public finance. The Public Money Pod is a production of the University of Chicago's Center for Municipal Finance. It is co-hosted by Liz Farmer and Justin Marlowe.
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Dr. Greg Goins - Education Podcast Network

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Hosted by Dr. Greg Goins, the Reimagine Schools Podcast features many of the nation's top educators, authors and innovators in K-12 education with an emphasis on leadership development, scaling innovation and transforming our public school system. Guest have included some of the world's most prolific thought leaders on education, including Ted Dintersmith, Ted Fujimoto, Ian Jukes, Alfie Kohn, Grant Lichtman, Marc Prensky and Dr. Tony Wagner. The Reimagine Schools Podcast is a proud member of ...
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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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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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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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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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Humans in Public Health
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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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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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WonkyFolk is a discussion series between Andy Rotherham and Jed Wallace intended to provide an informative and engaging forum where education reformers can grapple with tough issues related to our shared quest to improve public education in our country.
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To CPA or NOT to CPA? Public vs Private? What if you could run an experiment? Take twins, with identical DNA, life experiences, education, GPAs, majors, internships, and careers as accountants. Then have twin A go private and have twin B become a CPA and go public. Follow Becky Steiger and Norma Steiger on their separate journeys in the private and public accounting worlds! Together they will compare and contrast their experiences and goals in the accounting profession.
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Grad School Buddy is an unconventional podcast that answers all your nagging questions about the graduate school experience. Our conversations start from the beginning when one is unsure which path to follow or what country to explore. We discuss the application procedures, housing, love, family, mental health, food, problem sets, religion, sexuality, student insurance, etc. We understand that succeeding in graduate school requires support, love, and care. Therefore, we thought to create a w ...
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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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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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The World Next Week previews upcoming world events. In each episode, Robert McMahon, CFR’s managing editor of digital content, and Carla Anne Robbins, CFR senior fellow and faculty director of the Master of International Affairs program at Baruch College’s Marxe School of Public and International Affairs, discuss what’s making headlines and lay out newsworthy international developments. Both award-winning journalists, McMahon has covered foreign affairs since 1990 for the Associated Press, R ...
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In this episode we interviewed James Bialasik, the Superintendent of the Springville Griffith Institute Central School District along with his High School Principal, Megahn Janora, two school counselors, Michael Criscione and Chris Mathewson and Teaching Assistant Kathy Krzmien. They shared information regarding a new intervention program created t…
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When your child can say their numbers, it is time to move on to helping them understand how to count objects. I will show you how to fit this into your daily life so you can teach without spending too much time. You will also learn about a fun game called Catch My Mistake.By miriamcareybrown
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The Carteret County Board of Education will conduct a second reading and potentially give final approval to policy updates related to the "Parents' Bill of Rights" law, as mandated by the N.C. General Assembly. The updates, advised by the NC School Boards Association, focus on parental involvement in issues like gender identity and sexual education…
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The Falls Church School Board received an extensive briefing on projected student enrollment for the 2024-25 school year and beyond. This briefing included the Weldon Cooper Center analysis at the University of Virginia and the Stephen Fuller Institute. A key focus was the demographic changes anticipated due to three upcoming Falls Church developme…
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Greetings, CharterFolk! Greetings, CharterFolk! This is the second WonkyFolk where Andy is talking while Jed is walking the Camino Trail with his wife, Amy. Andy and Cara Fitzpatrick, an editor at Chalkbeat and a Pulitzer Prize winner for Local Reporting in 2016 for a series about school segregation, talk school choice history and school choice tod…
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Legacy admissions, particularly at elite colleges and universities, were thrust into the spotlight this summer when the U.S. Supreme Court effectively ended affirmative action in admissions. The ruling raised many questions, and fortunately, Harvard Kennedy School professor David Deming and Harvard Economics Professor Raj Chetty were there with som…
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There is a political puzzle that has become prominent in the last few decades, especially with the recent turmoil over the Republican led Speaker of the House: how do a small group of extremists manage to get their way despite being a minority of members? In a recent paper, “Organizing at the Extreme: Hardline Strategy and Institutional Design” Uni…
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An alarming rise in sexually transmitted infections like chlamydia, gonnorhea, and syphilis in the US calls for new prevention and treatment tactics. Dr. Matthew Hamill, a Johns Hopkins clinical researcher specializing in HIV and STIs, talks with Stephanie Desmon about DoxyPEP, or the use of antibiotic doxycycline after sexual contact. They discuss…
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We all agree communication channels are critical in times of crisis. So, school communication is even more important, considering it usually involves children. Is your school set up to handle any communications needs that might arise quickly? Find out what the most important aspects of an effective communications strategy and platform are and how t…
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The public’s trust in the news media is slipping. It’s not just a problem for newsrooms: researchers say trust is also dropping for science, higher education and government as well.According to a recent Gallup poll, a record 39% of Americans say they have no trust in the media at all.Declining trust in the media is an existential problem for newsro…
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Ahora en su undécimo año, Giving Tuesday es un movimiento global que inspira a cientos de millones de personas a donar, colaborar y celebrar la generosidad en medio del entusiasmo tradicional de ofertas y ventas para los consumidores posterior al Día de Acción de Gracias. Muchas organizaciones sin fines de lucro se han registrado para participar co…
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Some people like putting a face to name. In this episode, we like putting a voice to a title, to let you, the parent, get to know the people behind the email signatures and more importantly, our mission to be united for every child to succeed. So with that, meet Mr. Keith Leonard, the interim superintendent of Escambia County Public Schools. A teac…
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NextGenRadio’s Ella Hutcherson speaks with Pat Johnson, a former diplomat who’s lived and worked in multiple countries around the world. The canopy of fruit trees enveloping her Portland house bear the same fruits that grew in countries she’s lived in all over the world.By Oregon Public Broadcasting
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Our individual health is shaped by the environments we live in. So what does that mean for the more than 280 million people worldwide who have moved across country borders from the place of their birth? Johns Hopkins Health Policy and Management assistant professor Catherine Ettman, who recently edited the book Migration and Health, talks with Step…
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We visit with Travis Ahern, Town Administrator of Holliston, Massachusetts. He explains the challenges and opportunities of other post-employment benefit (OPEB) liabilities, Holliston's approach to funding OPEB, how OPEB and pensions are both alike and unlike, and why "soft liabilities" matter to credit ratings, among many other topics. In Ripped f…
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Contributor(s): Professor Ann Oakley, Professor Chris Renwick, Professor Sally Sheard, Professor John Stewart | Richard Titmuss, the first chair in Social Administration at the London School of Economics and Political Science, died fifty years ago in 1973. From his appointment in 1950 until his death Titmuss established and defined the field of soc…
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Las Vegas Teen's Death: A 17-year-old, Jonathan Lewis Jr., was beaten to death by fellow classmates from Rancho High School. Parents, not only is it a right to guide the education and upbringing of our children, but more importantly, it is a responsibility. This horrific incident is a prime example of what happens when you don’t take on that respon…
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Contributor(s): Professor Mary S Morgan | While the conventional view is that ideas create policy change and economic change follows on - it is just not that simple. We can see what is involved by looking at major changes - such as the reconstruction of post-war economies, post-colonial economic development planning, or switching from capitalist to…
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Now in its eleventh year, GivingTuesday is a global movement that inspires hundreds of millions of people to give, collaborate, and celebrate generosity amid the traditional post-Thanksgiving frenzy of consumer deals and sales. Many nonprofit organizations have lined up matching funds for donations that come in on Tuesday, Nov. 28, so it’s an ideal…
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Greetings, CharterFolk! This week, Andy and I are focused on a Thanksgiving theme. We are talking about what we are thankful for over the last year, personally and professionally, as well as traditions and new results. For those of you who would prefer a video recording, we provide a link to YouTube as well. This week some of the topics include: We…
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As Maryland’s Public Defender, Natasha Dartigue’s office sees 90% of criminal cases in the state. In addition to the mission of representing individuals with criminal charges, there are new efforts underway to keep young people from getting into trouble in the first place. She speaks with Dr. Josh Sharfstein about the office’s new outreach and coll…
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Contributor(s): Professor Vimal Ranchhod, Faeza Meyer, Dr Eleni Karagiannaki, Dr Shabna Begum | Wealthy households able to draw on owner occupied housing assets, private pensions, savings and financial investments have prospered. Meanwhile the majority of the populations, even in rich nations – have been exposed to harsh ‘austerity’ policies, and o…
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Black Friday, the traditional start of the holiday shopping season, is just days away. The National Retail Federation expects consumers to spend a record amount this holiday season: between 3% and 4% higher than last November and December, or up to $966 billion.Still, the Retail Federation notes holiday spending is not growing as fast as it did the…
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Thomas TJ Rollins is the principal at George Stone Technical College, a trade school providing quality academic, career, and technical education. He shares how these work-based learning programs may be the fast track to financial stability, job security, and successful careers for the next graduating class of Escambia County high schoolers. Guests:…
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Contributor(s): Professor Richard Pettigrew, Dr David Jarrett, Nicci Gerrard, Ruth Bright | Many of us will face this important question: over 850,000 people in the UK currently have dementia, and many more will be involved in their care. One of the great strengths of the LSE is its work in decision-theory – but how should we apply decision-theory …
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In this episode, Executive Director of the California Storage and Solar Association Bernadette Del Chiaro talks with students from the UC Riverside School of Public Policy about the importance of solar energy and storage, as well as how they are essential to a sustainable future. About Bernadette Del Chiaro: After completing her Bachelor of Science…
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¡Estamos en la semana del Día de Acción de Gracias, lo que significa que es tiempo para nuestra «publicación anual sobre el clima» de Noticias de la Semana! En este tiempo nos gusta recordarles a las familias cómo tomamos las decisiones acerca de las inclemencias climatológicas y cómo comunicamos esas decisiones. Nuestro distrito es muy grande, aba…
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Former Surgeon General Jerome Adams talks about his new book, “Crisis and Chaos, Lessons From the Front Lines in the War Against COVID-19" with Dr. Josh Sharfstein. On the topic list: his compelling personal story, the “emotionally jarring” experience of leading during a highly politicized pandemic, and his efforts to advocate for health as a bipar…
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We talk to Pamela Frederick, CFO of the Battery Park City Authority in New York City. She describes Battery Park City's unique sustainability challenges, the opportunities for investing in the infrastructure of sustainability, the broad skillset required of today's state/local CFO, and some thoughts on further research in the climate and resiliency…
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