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Despite His Credentials, AG Merrick Garland Doesn't Understand the First Amendment

Mark Levin

00:56 sec | Last month

Despite His Credentials, AG Merrick Garland Doesn't Understand the First Amendment

"You know they read your resume out there Garland they read your resume You are principal associate Deputy Attorney General I was one too You were a deputy assistant attorney general I was one too You were an assistant U.S. attorney You were a federal judge Now you're the attorney general What a resume And yet you're still ignorant and illiterate when it comes to the First Amendment's amazing thing It's an amazing thing And you play rope it though You had no idea that your department and the Department of Education and The White House were colluding No idea whatsoever You read the thing and you just sign it No big deal No big deal And you never even stop to think for a minute and say wait a minute I can't sign this thing Who the hell would sign something like this You would pal you did

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Has America Become a Country of Cowardice?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:47 min | Last month

Has America Become a Country of Cowardice?

"Here, reading to you from Barry Weiss about what is happening in this country. The we got here because of cowardice we get out with courage. And she gives examples here. People fired. The Vermont school principal fired because she said she supports black lives, but not the organization Black Lives Matter. Black Lives Matter is a hate organization. If you support it, you support hatred in this country. Undiluted, left wing, Marxist hatred. Okay, period. Everybody knows that. No, not everybody. Most people know that. Most people know much of what the left stands for is a lie. But you can't say it. I say it. Just as I say that it is better to have natural immunity than to get a vaccine. I've never said people shouldn't get a vaccine and lied about. I was lied about in The Washington Post in the CNN play for you to see and then way of Chris Cuomo's way of distorting what I said. Lying on CNN comes so naturally that I don't even believe they're aware of the fact that they lie. And I will play it for you. This is what this is what we have entered. So she gives example another one of the Hispanic utility worker in San Diego fired because somebody said made a white supremacist hand gesture. He was in fact cracking his knuckles out of his car window. You're guilty. If one person on the left says you're guilty. In this ideology she continues Barry Weiss. The quality of opportunity is replaced with equality of outcome as a measure of fairness. If every one doesn't finish the race at the same time the course must have been defective. Thus the argument to get rid of the SAT. Or the admissions test for public schools like stuyvesant in New York or Lowell in San Francisco. In this ideology you are guilty for the sins of your fathers. In other words, you are not you. You are only a mere avatar of your race or your religion or your class.

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Zuck's Bucks: How Facebook Boss Gave $419M to Get Biden Elected

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:07 min | Last month

Zuck's Bucks: How Facebook Boss Gave $419M to Get Biden Elected

"There has been a great deal of contention over the November 2020 election, just like there was, I guess over the November 2016 election, I remember Democrats like Hillary Clinton herself and Nancy Pelosi and others saying the Russians hijacked the election. Many people said didn't accept the outcome of the election. I suppose to some degree that's always going to happen. But 2020 for millions and millions of Americans was different. COVID rules changed the game in a lot of communities. And there was a front page of the New York Post this week that was so profound, big picture of Mark Zuckerberg, zucks bucks. How Facebook boss gave $419 million to get Biden elected. And the article focused on the research done at Caesar Rodney election research institute out of Irving, Texas, a doctor William Doyle is principal researcher, and that his article sharing the findings of their study was published in the New York Post. It's a huge

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Commentator Larry Taunton on His Latest Article 'David French: The Principled Conservative'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:12 min | Last month

Commentator Larry Taunton on His Latest Article 'David French: The Principled Conservative'

"I got Larry Taunton as my guest. Larry, you've written another glorious article in the spectators. Is that where it is? That's right. How the heck do you get to write for the spectator? I mean, that's such a great. I've never even submitted anything to them. Maybe I need to get that information because the fact that they published this article was just wonderful. Tell us about the substance of the article, the idea. Very important subject folks. Yes, the name of the article is David French, the principal conservative and many of the people who are watching who are listening may or may not know who David French is, but David French wrote for the now wrote for national review for many years now he's chief editor at the dispatch. And he seems to really specialize in criticizing Christians who might have had the nerve to vote for Donald Trump. And I want to be clear, that's going to Christian vote for Donald Trump. That makes no sense. That's crazy. Everybody knows Christians should vote for the pro abortion Biden. Don't everybody, everybody knows

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Mark Levin Calls for Resignation of Loudoun County School Board Members and Other Officials

Mark Levin

01:42 min | Last month

Mark Levin Calls for Resignation of Loudoun County School Board Members and Other Officials

"Com I want to join the parents of loudon county And demand the resignation of the school board And the resignation of the principal at stonebridge high school in the resignation of the superintendent Now how could they not have known what took place in that unisex bathroom When Scott smith's daughter was raped a 9th grader By a quote unquote transgender boy Who went into that bathroom wearing a skirt That's number one Number two I believe the sheriff's office should be apologizing to Scott Smith For the way in my view that he was manhandled That's right I said it Number three the prosecutor in this case a soro stooge Her resignation should be demanded as well She threw the book at mister Smith He didn't hurt his soul He dared to insist that he not be removed from the board meeting An illegal assembly on his part apparently They tried to make a mockery this man The national school board association used him To try to advance their Tyrannical agenda

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American Marxists Don't Want to Entertain Any Idea Other Than Their Own

Mark Levin

00:59 min | Last month

American Marxists Don't Want to Entertain Any Idea Other Than Their Own

"I'd love to know the name of the judge in loudoun county whose sentenced Scott Smith who I'd love to know his name Get some very basic inquiry on behalf of that judge that judge would have figured out what took place That it wasn't mister Smith who was the perpetrator It was the system It was the school board and the principal It was the superintendent There was the sheriffs on duty there It was the it was the leftist woman Who accused mister smith's daughter of having mental issues When he dared to tell her what happened to his daughter You see the American Marxist is intolerant ladies and gentlemen and they're the ones who are violent And they do not tolerate debate and they do not tolerate discussion those of you who've read the book know exactly what I'm talking about They don't entertain different ideas They don't entertain Anything except what it is that they want to do

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 Fire retardant could be 'game-changer' in fighting wildfires

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Fire retardant could be 'game-changer' in fighting wildfires

"I might cross your reporting a fire retardant that could be a game changer has been approved by federal officials the US Forest Service has approved a long lasting fire retardant that could significantly cut down on damage from increasingly destructive wildfires the perimeter solutions fire retardant approved by U. S. officials can last for months unlike the company's red dyed retardant that's dropped from aircraft the preventative version is clear and it sprayed by ground based workers and equipment the company says principal users will be industrial companies like utilities and railroads but the spray can also be used to protect residential and commercial properties on its website the national interagency fire center says so far this year about forty six thousand five hundred wildfires have burned ten thousand square miles I'm

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Federal judge deals blow to vaccine mandate for NYC teachers

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Federal judge deals blow to vaccine mandate for NYC teachers

"New York City schools have been temporarily blocked from enforcing a vaccine mandate for its teachers and other workers by a federal appeals judge the vaccine mandate for the nation's largest school system was set to go into effect Monday but Friday a judge granted a temporary injunction the department of ed says they're competent the mandate will continue to be up held more than eighty two percent of employees have been vaccinated unions representing principals and teachers warn that could still lead the one million students school system short as many as ten thousand teachers along with other staffers like cafeteria workers and school police officers mayor bill de Blasio has resisted calls to delay the mandate Julie Walker New York

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Sudan Says Military Coup Thwarted; Dozens of Troops Arrested

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:09 min | 2 months ago

Sudan Says Military Coup Thwarted; Dozens of Troops Arrested

"Admiral to lead the lead story breaking news out of israel. This morning hadn't even made it in. The american press yet sudan claims to thwart military coup attempt. Many officers detained. Now i bring this up because sudan long ago and far away Harbored osama bin laden under a radical islamist regime. Have you been to khartoum. You're usually been to everywhere. Have you been to cartoon. I have not. He'd finally finally finally about. I'm not surprised because it was an islamist dictatorship forever right exactly. I think if. I'd said yes. You should have been very suspicious. Well why do we care about places like guinea and sudan. When coups happened admiral because the overall rule of law we wanna foster in the international community at breaks norms when elected governments of whatever stripe are overthrown be geo-strategically. We've seen again and again in these coup ridden contres bad actors bleed into it because they're largely ungoverned spaces in so many cases and we've that from afghanistan to libya to syria today to sudan. I fear for it in western africa. Guinea so i think those are the two principal reasons we oughta be concerned. One is philosophical political the others practical military beginning mogadishu or other failed states. But i do know you can give us a fairly good idea. What is living in a failed state. Like it's pretty much like what you saw in kabul over the last few weeks it masses of people desperation in their eyes extreme poverty armed gangs open trucks with skinny teenagers. Driving around with ak47's i'm describing both parts of east and west africa at this point all of those factors are part of this breakdown in lawlessness that audit concern very deeply in in all of these

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Ep 142: How Kindness and Community Empower Todays Nonprofit Leaders (with guest John Hoffman) - test

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

07:59 min | 2 months ago

Ep 142: How Kindness and Community Empower Todays Nonprofit Leaders (with guest John Hoffman) - test

"Came to twenty twenty one kind of annoyed annoyed that nonprofit leaders and their remarkable heroics in twenty twenty didn't get the spotlight or the recognition. They deserved we all fussed. In twenty twenty about the dearth of leadership in our society. I think folks just looking in the wrong place overlooking leaders around this country who educate advocate feed the hungry provides shelter bring beauty through the arts lead congregations to help us keep the faith all of these people right here in front of our eyes. I see it every day and it makes me kind of angry that others don't or worse still. We talked about staff board. Volunteers of these nonprofits the backbone of our society we talk about these people as nice. Nice really rubs me the wrong way. It feels really pass to me now. Kindness is a word. I can brace but i don't know that i had ever spent that much time thinking about the distinction between the two until i watched a documentary on amazon prime the film. The antidote offered me an aha moment. And i just love a good moment is i learned that the reason i embrace the word kindness is that implies action it requires commitment and in this documentary. We see through stories. Beautifully told by my friend and six time emmy winner. John hoffman the kindness. M- may be thought of as something gentle but it has real strength. John says that kindness is a weapon for change. One of the heroes. He's spotlights in the film. Says quote kindness is a practice. Kindness is a stance end quote. And so today. I want you to meet my friend and john. He and i both know this to be true. Kindness may not be the ultimate antidote. And it's not actually something special you can drop into any community at any time and find it blossoming and you'll find those leaders who are practicing it every day. John's journey developing idea and bringing it to life is as instructive and as inspiring is the film. What's up. I feel lucky. Indeed to be able to introduce you to my friend. John and grateful that he's game to share his story with you. Greetings welcome to nonprofits her messy. I'm your host joan. Gary founder the nonprofit leadership lab where we help smaller nonprofits thrive. I'm also a strategic advisor for executive directors and boards of larger nonprofits. I'm a frequent keynote. Speaker blogger an author on all things leadership and management learn. More at joan gary dot com. I'm a one with a mission to fuel. The leadership of the nonprofit sector my goal with each episode is to dig deep into an issue. I know the nonprofit leaders are grappling with finding just the right person to offer you advice and insights. Today is no exception. John hoffman is a six time emmy award winning filmmaker whose most recent films include rancher farmer fisherman which premiered at the sundance film festival in january twenty seventeen and out of many one which premiered at the new york film festival followed by net flex in two thousand eighteen much. John's work as a filmmaker has focused on the key. Health issues of our time including the weight of the nation addiction and the alzheimer's project all on. Hbo and i in human on discovery. A six hour series set in the world's largest research hospital. The nih is building ten. In addition to making films. John has also been a network executive. He was the adp of docs specials for discovery. From twenty fifteen to two thousand eighteen and After nearly two decades as vp of documentary programming at hbo not in john's by is that he was instrumental. In persuading me that i needed to leave corporate america and become a nonprofit executive director. He may take some degree of pride in that. But it is far exceeded by the gratitude. I feel for what became a complete personal and professional transformation for me so john welcome and i am just not sure i can ever repay you for the art of press. Suasion was on display during a lovely brunch at our home so many years ago. Hi john john really wonderful to be with you. I am so out of you and all that you have accomplished in the time that we've known each other But the the tremendous evolution of your sort of career. You're you're on understanding end leadership in the not so My hat to you for all. You're doing that seems. Seems like you go have a piece of my hat. So so let's pick up your story about the making of this film from the point at which you and your team became kind of hyper focused on this world kindness and how you might explore it in a documentary. I guess you kinda define it. I why don't you tell us about the process. Well in in the two thousand sixteen two thousand seventeen but bearing much In i was Very disturbed as so. Many people were by the growing distance in the country. An outright hatred that was expressed in so many ways in the country and i had the incredible good fortune of having a relationship with A nonprofit health system called dignity health. They had funded in a very generous way some public health that i was doing when i left. Hvo when i created a nonprofit media company called the topic good projects and i was with the ceo of dignity house and their model is hello human kindness and i was having a very interesting conversation with him and senior leadership about the strong commitment as a nonprofit helped brighter kindness and our authentic was and i said would you ever consider doing the documentary becomes and lighting and that led to were conversation and eventually led just on that word to them giving principal funding for what became the antidote total editorial control. It was literally confidence in me to make a film on that. Were not a big risk now. Really not big risks. And so i put together a small team. I found a remarkable co director cooperman. Who was nominated for the kennedy award for short film. She did hojo's violin. Beautiful beautiful short documentary and we started on jer. We read everything we could about compassionate empathy decency putt from art and poetry in economics and political theory and evolution. We found absorbs so much and we quickly came to the realization that the world does not need any more exploration random next is that there's so many media platforms that on. Social media is love stories of random acts. We

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Off the Spice Rack: The History of Salt

Can We Health You?

02:19 min | 2 months ago

Off the Spice Rack: The History of Salt

"Okay. So the history of salt is fairly simple. Animals war paths to salt licks men followed trails became roads and settlements group aside them legit beside the salt licks. Yeah cassette beside the roads yet. Getting to the on these are these. Are these salt route so eventually and this is exactly what you just spoke about. Eventually the human menu shifted from salt rich game two serials. Like when crop started growing ray and some more salt was needed to supplement the diet when humans started eating more cereals. Okay so but cereals that you hate right. The modern day cereal grains barley right. Yeah those are considered cereals in times. Yes yeah i'm still. Yeah not not cereal boxes. Not fruit loops. Now that's when everything went downhill. The demise mandy but the underground the underground deposits started to become further away from the settlements and scarcity kept the mineral precious so as civilization spread. Salt became one of the world's principal trading commodities routes to the salt reservoirs. And i'm like showing you reservoir picture if you will of a slot reservoir leading to that reservoir. These routes crossed and trade centers crisscrossed the globe. One of the most traveled lead from morocco south across the sahara and timbuktu just a super famous spot to gather. You feel like that's the furthest point ever. I know yeah. This ships bearing salt from egypt to greece travel. The mediterranean and the aegean sea venice's wealth centuries ago was attributable to salt which venetians traded with constantinople spices when in in twelve ninety five marco polo delighted with tales of the value of salt coins. Bearing the seal of the grant genghis khan

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Activist Barbara Rose Johns Profoundly Impacted Her Community as a Teenager

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:20 min | 2 months ago

Activist Barbara Rose Johns Profoundly Impacted Her Community as a Teenager

"Barbara faced stark disparities in education quality. Her small one story school building had no gym and no cafeteria but it was forced to accommodate over four hundred and fifty students. On insulated shacks were built outside to hold additional students and learning out. There was particularly difficult in cold weather. One january in nineteen forty prince. Edward county had particularly frigid temperatures with readings of sixteen degrees below zero. In contrast to barbara school the nearby white school had two stories. Great facilities and fewer than four hundred students. Barbara shared her concerns about the conditions of her school with her music teacher. Who responded why. Don't you do something about it. At first barbara felt discouraged. She was just a student. What could she do. But the final straw for barbara came one april morning. She was helping her for younger siblings. Get to the bus stop. When she realized she forgot her lunch she ran back home to fetch it when she returned. She realized she'd missed her bus. And she was forced to try hitchhiking for a ride. She stood on the curb for an hour and no one stopped to help then. She saw the so called white bus drive by it was half empty. Barbara's bus was always packed to the brim. She leader wrote in her diary right. Then and there. I decided that indeed something had to be done about this inequality so. Barbara's sprung into action. On april twenty third nineteen fifty. One barbara forged note from the school principal to the teachers telling them together. All four hundred fifty students in the auditorium when the students sat down they were shocked to find barbara on stage. She delivered a speech and shared her plan. All the students would walk out of the school until a new building was under construction. Some students were afraid they'd get in trouble or end up arrested. Barbara replied the farm bill. Jail isn't big enough to hold us.

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The Early Life of Activist Barbara Rose Johns

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:20 min | 2 months ago

The Early Life of Activist Barbara Rose Johns

"Barbara faced stark disparities in education quality. Her small one story school building had no gym and no cafeteria but it was forced to accommodate over four hundred and fifty students. On insulated shacks were built outside to hold additional students and learning out. There was particularly difficult in cold weather. One january in nineteen forty prince. Edward county had particularly frigid temperatures with readings of sixteen degrees below zero. In contrast to barbara school the nearby white school had two stories. Great facilities and fewer than four hundred students. Barbara shared her concerns about the conditions of her school with her music teacher. Who responded why. Don't you do something about it. At first barbara felt discouraged. She was just a student. What could she do. But the final straw for barbara came one april morning. She was helping her for younger siblings. Get to the bus stop. When she realized she forgot her lunch she ran back home to fetch it when she returned. She realized she'd missed her bus. And she was forced to try hitchhiking for a ride. She stood on the curb for an hour and no one stopped to help then. She saw the so called white bus drive by it was half empty. Barbara's bus was always packed to the brim. She leader wrote in her diary right. Then and there. I decided that indeed something had to be done about this inequality so. Barbara's sprung into action. On april twenty third nineteen fifty. One barbara forged note from the school principal to the teachers telling them together. All four hundred fifty students in the auditorium when the students sat down they were shocked to find barbara on stage. She delivered a speech and shared her plan. All the students would walk out of the school until a new building was under construction. Some students were afraid they'd get in trouble or end up arrested. Barbara replied the farm bill. Jail isn't big enough to hold us.

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The February Revolution in Russia

Revolutions

02:21 min | 3 months ago

The February Revolution in Russia

"The entrance of a bunch of socialist into the ministry and the endorsement of the coalition government by the soviet seemed to signal that the fragile period of dual power was drawing to a close the liberal and socialist wings of the revolution appeared to be combining under the banner of revolutionary unity. The man who most personally exemplified this new spirit of unity was alexander kerensky who had carved out a space for himself in both camps and was now serving as minister of war in the spring of nineteen seventeen. He was probably the single most energetically influential leader in russia. Today he will embark on an audacious plan he believes will permanently solidify. The gains of february rallied. The empire back to patriotic health and launch a new russia portugal aureus future in the spring of nineteen seventeen. The russian army would launch a major offensive to prove to themselves and to the world the revolution had not weakened russia but instead infused her with a mighty power as kerensky took over as minister of war in the first week of may nineteen seventeen the long and frozen winter approached the spring thaw and the question of how the february revolution would impact the war. Now had to be answered as we discussed last week now ex foreign minister pavel melia cough. Believe most of the anti czarist revolutionary energy that had been building since nineteen fifteen was driven by the catastrophic mismanagement of the war. And though melia cough let this analysis take him to the unsupported conclusion that there was nothing wrong with the composition of the army or the objectives of the war. Just its management. He was far from the only one who believed better run. War was meant to be one of the principal. results of the revolution. Kerensky himself was committed to the same idea but he believed the revolution would do far more than just shuffled around a few ministers and generals in kerensky view. The revolution had changed the very nature of the russian military. Infusing it with the new patriotic and democratic spirit that would propel it to glorious victory. Victory not on behalf of mir imperialist greed or territorial ambition but in the name of global freedom and global peace

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Influential Educators: Fanny Jackson Coppin

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:06 min | 3 months ago

Influential Educators: Fanny Jackson Coppin

"Jackson coppin was born in eighteen. Thirty seven in washington. Dc she was born into an enslaved household fannies grandfather had managed to save up and by the freedom of four out of his six children. Fanny's mother was not among them as fanny recalls. in her autobiography. It was on account of her birth that her grandfather refused to buy her mother's freedom. So fanny remained enslaved until the age of twelve when her aunt bought her freedom for one hundred. Twenty five dollars after that fanny was sent off to new bedford. Massachusetts to live with the different ant by the age of fourteen fanny was fully supporting herself. As a paid servant in rhode island. She worked for author. George henry calvert household for six years during her time. They're fading used the money she earned to pay for tutoring and leader public schooling. It was at the rhode island state. Normal school where fanny. I realized her love for teaching and for making education accessible for all black people in eighteen. Sixty fanny enrolled in oberlin. College in ohio oberlin's courses were rigorous and it was the first college that accepted both black and women students while studying at oberlin. Fanny broke several glass ceilings. She was selected to join the highly coveted. Young ladies literary society. Fanny was the first black person chosen as a student teacher. She used this role to organize evening. Classes for newly freed people in her last year of college. Fanny was scouted by the institute for colored youth and philadelphia. The school was run by quakers who were in search of an african american woman who could teach greek latin and arithmetic officials at oberlin. Immediately new fanny would be perfect for the role. Fanny was an excellent teacher within a year. She was promoted to principal of the women's part of the school. Four years after that van became principal of the entire institute her position as such was extremely radical for the

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Arizona Principal Threatened With Zip Ties After Student Told to Quarantine

NPR News Now

00:17 sec | 3 months ago

Arizona Principal Threatened With Zip Ties After Student Told to Quarantine

"Officials in arizona. Say several men threatened to make a citizen's arrest of a school principal on thursday. They were upset that an elementary school student was being required to quarantine because of a possible corona virus contact. The student was going to miss a field trip. At least one of the men showed cables zip ties during the

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American Medical Association Promotes Patient-Provider Relationship Except When It Comes to Ivermectin

The Dan Bongino Show

01:42 min | 3 months ago

American Medical Association Promotes Patient-Provider Relationship Except When It Comes to Ivermectin

"Here's the first headline American Medical Association slams the Texas abortion law as a blight on the patient provider relationship. American Medical Association, said it was disturbed by how the Texas law impedes an open and honest patient provider relationship. Okay, so hold on. We're just taking notes here. So the American Medical Association objects to that heartbeat Bill in Texas, which will save human lives, ironically, to the medical association. That's kind of bizarre, but for a minute, we'll just play along with him. So, the American Medical Association says, Don't you dare get involved in abortion law because it will get between the patient and the doctor, The patient and the doctor. All that matters. We need an open and honest Patient patient provider relationship. So we're gonna do a principal check here, right? So principles, check. Just checking with the audience. The Amma says here are our principles, the patient doctor relationship that primacy of that matters. Nothing should get between an honest their words honest and open their words to patient provider relationship. That's their principles. Correct. That's what they said, which is kind of odd, because when it comes to prescribing Ivor Mactan, a drug for some really bizarre, infantile reason leftists in America start foaming at the mouth about when you bring up. It's an anti parasitic FDA approved drug for the treatment of parasites. It's not approved by the FDA for treatment of Covid, but some doctors have prescribed it again. Those are facts I know left this don't like facts, but they are facts, right? So they just told us because of the abortion law. You shouldn't get between the doctor and the patient, which is really strange because here in this other release here, the same American Medical Association strongly opposes. The ordering, prescribing or dispensing of ivermectin to prevent or treat covid 19 outside of a clinical trial.

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New Zealand Company to Trial a Four-Day Week

The Pulse

02:07 min | 3 months ago

New Zealand Company to Trial a Four-Day Week

"Right now. A lot of employers are having a hard time finding staff. I'm seeing signs and ads. Promise bonuses for new employees all kinds of perks. Some economists argue that better working conditions could change the game higher wages good benefit packages and how about a shorter workweek for the same pay jets. Lehman has this profile of a new zealand company. That's trying that approach. Few months i've been giving whole question of of how we work quantities. Andrew barnes stood before an assembly of his employees and told them that starting in about a month everyone would work only four days a week instead of five and he'd keep paying everyone their full salary they'd keep all their benefits. You forte's week and you will be five q the balloon drop and confetti cannons right. You know the initial response from the company was not rapturous applause. It was shock and followed by nervous laughter. Because what was the catch. The had to be a catch. This was in two thousand eighteen. Before the pandemic ended the meaning of work for millions and andrews company perpetual guardian wasn't some plucky new startup out to disrupt and shake things up the two principal. Units of my business have been around since the eighties so we are very much old school and trust companies. Aw very stayed dull boring. Dependable businesses estate planning basically synonymous with stability continuity. Doing things the way they'd always been done andrews colleagues were skeptical of his plans to say the least girl italy every single person on my board every single member of the leadership team all four. It was not gonna work. And i was mad but andrew very conveniently owned a good chunk of the company.

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"principal" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

I Want To Speak To The Principal

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"principal" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

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"principal" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

I Want To Speak To The Principal

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"principal" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

"This structure schedule. Send it home posted. The kid can check the federal and and be what they need to do and It makes them very independent and it keeps everybody on Path and good be right now anyway. Lisa. You mentioned about ipads being a viable resource to students. In addition to that are there other resources that we can share nationwide that can benefit parents of artistic students are definite raid pants and get online and they can go to My favorite ones or autismspeaks dot. Org that's a national organization that has parent teacher before everything. Is there another one that we have is his health dot org? They have a lot of resources there. One of my favorites is from the University of North Carolina. That's where a lot of our ABA training and they come in and help our teachers and so they have created a online tool kit or supporting individuals with autism during this coverage nineteen epidemic Just kind of follow up on at least any every paper resource that they have you know. Our teachers are really able to create packets. And things like that and it's not just paper pencil. It's act that they can do at home. Also Gotcha so some parents and teachers are struggling to get students. Do Work on line because parents are not teachers. How can they support learning at home? With limited knowledge is of BIBS and ways to implement accommodations. The good thing is that Our students with autism. They've got a lot of structure in place and the teachers will. I mean they've had some great communication with your parents and Giving them a step by step you know first second third. It's almost like we have directions or the parents as long as the same out. Perhaps the directing for students. It makes it a little bit easier for them to follow their behavior plan or their individual education plan it just makes it easier for the parent and it makes it easier for the teacher. Everybody's following the debt and like I said the more communication that the teacher has with the parents and giving them the step by step instructions. It's going to be easier for those autistic stay within their structure and their schedules. And I can't iterative enough to our teachers about how much documentation and parent communication that they give like. I said the teachers that I'm working with it's on a daily basis. They do zoom meetings with parents do meetings with the students which is kind of weird. Because since they're like no. You're not supposed to be there just like wait a minute okay. I'm getting into the schedule. And why am I talking he? Now you're at school with are also think again it's it's a structure thing and But again our teachers are really good. And that's the main thing that teachers need to make sure they're contacting met parents and giving them the instruction set on how to make sure that if this happens the Mu- try this if this happened. So let's try this and that's the way that the IP's and the ice he's GonNa continue to be followed. That's great I do not have a question. Lisi as always you have just blown it out the water and we appreciate you sharing your knowledge on I want to speak to the principal I'm just so glad to have you on the show because you just bring a wealth of credibility to just help him navigate the waters of especially especially I have a niece. That's autistic so those are the things that I would really like to see implemented and my own personal life so appreciate you giving us some strategy from a parent's standpoint of what we do implement. That was great so much for sharing your problem anytime anytime. Yes thank you all right. Well you have a great day.

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I Want To Speak To The Principal

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"principal" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

"Them to do their very best for us and we know that to us from active. Think Kamya student feels that they are not isolated from general population and actually doing the same work as all the other students in the classroom. You can't help but Promote more motivated student. Absolutely your thoughts on what some of the best practices we can do to support parents as they step into the role of an educator during this code one thousand nine situation well I think that's the best way to define a bell. You know we want. It's a by them with the information they knew to support him sessional continuity. But we don't want to overwhelm reality. Is We have a fair. Not Teachers better off the parents and can use it in the sleep. Were doing an excelling with parents that on teachers and wants to do a great. That's it. They may ask one time perspective. But it's all very new to them and film anyway and so we as educators. We met candidate providing resources to success. But you also have to pay. Are They GonNa get quest cited? Absolutely I mean think about us and teacher. This ever gotten frustrated but you know we because we want to do the best we can. We care like miss the mark feel like. We're not doing everything that we can to ensure that that learning explains for sitting some patients patients patients things. The quarterback them combining look fit to me and just encouraging them to become everything themselves. Do you think we asking too much parents. Bill that's something exciting. Will I mean we have four districts? Letter activities are learning what their parents lakes that many invincible never done before and in this challenging for some parents absolutely we understand that mileage set but we were always in mind ourselves but the most important component of all.

"principal" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

I Want To Speak To The Principal

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"principal" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

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"principal" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

I Want To Speak To The Principal

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"principal" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

"Moment but then platform to change the game. Four administrators still getting together Principles Holding Faculty Meeting Fourteen Department chairs and then speech or just being able to continue with the visiting Russian with your student. June setting read aloud stories. I think that those those three there are kind of leading the way from what I've seen within past I'm American education system has less efficient would call them. These teachers teach dance. Allow quite the panic. Dairy food delivery of instruction but this new online thing is causing into. Canada has changed the way that they're doing thing. We found that luckily video or any other means to and I wanted to be the expectation of administration apple great question so with any tool we have to remember that anyone no matter where they fall on the spectrum seaweed teacher to the brand new teachers coming out there still learners themselves we have to be able to provide the right level of support for them whether that is modelling it taking the time. Does he patient enough to not inundate them with so many cool? I know that you know. We're looking at facebook groups online and you know boxer grew and twitter and you just see it literally every hour on the hour. People are shooting out this pool that to me for that resource and that can be very overwhelming to someone that you know just have not had that eh practice as an administrative we have to go in there just recognizing that not everyone's going to have the same mindset and that that transformation is going to look different from learner to learner for being able to provide them with the handout those forces that thank. Here's how you do it. Here's how it then official. Here's the outcome here. You know some of the results that we've seen and then being able to model it though if I'm going to hold a meeting well I'm going to hold a meeting in that zoom set when we come back call of God that email thing now. That's that we were just for students. And that's your weekend and being able to provide them with that opportunity at the many buildings had your tech support team that there. You're not seeing that. Also Kim survive the Portland functional side. You've got instructional coaches that are in the building.

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"principal" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

I Want To Speak To The Principal

08:53 min | 1 year ago

"principal" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

"In education for leave it or not a little over twenty five years. I've worked as a PRI. Peace assistant a school teacher a School Counselor School Administrator University Professor Executive Director for Academic Affairs and Being Gore a system and a mouse Mama's boys and Public School Nine Tenth and eleven mom and author. I've written out fourteen bucks for Public School Systems and higher education communities and children's document cloud. You have a wealth of experience and education as I told you prior to US recording today. I know actually what your background he would probably take an entire show for us. Don't know if we can find any more qualified person own point anyway. Yeah and just want to thank you. Also Dr Macleod. You are the the past president of an association that then. I'm affiliated with and that's Tapsi and we just had our conference maybe two or three weeks ago in San Antonio and it was a huge success. Area you did you and your staff did a fantastic job so we thank you very much. It was you know the benefit of pulling together so much intellectual capital and creating the plan for our community by our leader is powerful. That is exactly. I want to state that I am also a member state. I remember you told me to join an idea that Yeah just go to the thing I want to be there. I wanted to be there. I could relate absolute CENEX. Pm deal doubt. No doubt Dr Anne McLeod as you are aware cove in nineteen is having a profound impact on k. Through twelve students across America and according to ABC News Day over twenty thousand schools have closed as a result of the coronas via these closures are infecting over fifteen million students. I ever the scientists are consistent with their research that the virus is having little to no impact on on young people so we like to get your thoughts on just based on that information. Do you believe we need to continue with the school. Closures observed. Children don't seem to get very sick very sick from the infection. The carrier and China where the it was amiable fewer infections documented in children and teenagers in an older people by caring sometimes and they pass it back. Take it home. And it makes their parents other dope that are in that community very susceptible including teachers and administrators and school leaders and paraprofessional and addition children. Aren't the most mindful when it comes to Hygiene Soda? Fred even fact right now while there aren't any deaths fascinated children though that they have passed it to that are adult it does have a very profound impact. You know the other night I was out with my daughter and her husband and we in my little granddaughter and we were out to dinner my wife and I and I have you know like most grandfather's WANNA coma granddaughter. She's two years old and she likes to play in my. She likes to put her hand in my face quite a bit and you know I was okay with that for quite before this big thing. You Know Coca Cola. Big thing about the corona virus. Start coming out and actually just last Monday then I start thinking well. She goes to a She goes to preschool and I was wondering I was just hoping as well. I certainly hope that she did just kind of pick up something while she was in school. So I certainly concur with your point on that Texas. They're about approximately two point. Five million students who on free and reduced lunch. Many of these students were allowed. These meals for nourishment daily. We close schools. How will these kids be able to eat? Yeah you know. It's amazing to see how the community is coming together and Hugh send and Texas. You know we've shown some moments of resilience when Harvey had. I mean we've had some real apps and so you know your listeners. As parents and community members if they check their local school district on many of them have set up area where they can still receive food at Malkov during this outbreak. So those children who are particularly susceptible to impoverish food area that resources provided for all over the city while. I'm sure anyone who comes and they weren't the hot meal thinking Kofi as much as I would like but the school district crap makes provision for those Sam. That's great information file opponent. A doctor Macleod. Do you think that should provide some form of covert nineteen testing on staff and students when they do return to school? Just this morning at eight o'clock. Us POW passed a measure to try mitigate the spread of covert maxine another corona virus within free testing as well as expanded food aid and expanded sick leave and benefits for worker. I Dunno schools are set up to do that type of testing but I believe that is we create some partnerships and relationships with the healthcare field. We already do testing for hearing and vision and we you know when I was growing up even did lice checks and so I do believe in would be beneficial for us to be able to do testing because we if a child has a carrier and Matt Existing on the matic sitting in a symptom is not mean that they can't pass it to a loved one that may carry that buyers so if I would if they were available and we could do that. I would absolutely support that. I think it's a way to protect. Not only the student and their family but our community as a whole that is a point that I did not think about Dr Macleod. I appreciate you sharing with us since governor bill avid has cleared the corona virus as a state and Emergency Hill. She health issue in Texas. Do you think that we should suspension HA stakes testing this year? Yeah you know not to say that. There is value and relevance in knowing what our students how apparent I students for college career readiness but sometimes you just have to prioritize things in life right now we WANNA protect our community as a whole protect. I hell protect our grandparents and parents from you know five minutes you know readiness elements in helping so five it need that needs to be the priority and all of these you know with school closing all of the employees that our our leaders aren't bowery. How do we protect them? So they can feel sustain there. There's so many other priorities right now. I think testing I mean we. We can do it next year. As test isn't going in there that is right. Yeah with the NC Double A. Can extend another year eligibility on college athletes to for to play sports. I think that another year we we can get another here. Yeah there you go so doug Macleod just to Canada change gears for a little bit a you are currently in a runoff For district six for the Texas State Board of Education. So congratulations on net laces. So would you share with our listening audience? Why why do you want to become a member of the Texas State Board of Education One? You're right I am in a runoff winning so much better than around. So there you go there you go harder work with the pets of the line to poole educators. I went to a conference warned with nasty and we were at the Monroe Pool and Kansas City. Where the landmark Kate browser support.

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I Want To Speak To The Principal

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"principal" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

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"principal" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

I Want To Speak To The Principal

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"principal" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

"Eleven years teaching online for Grand Canyon University Georgia State University here in Georgia also You know it was my first choice. I started out in criminal justice. I used to work in enforcement for a while being a parole officer because I have one aspiration one day to kind of be. Cia FBI pay education with my call. And that's where I've been. I've been joining in. Lebanon has great. Doc You said that You had Interest at one time being. Fbi agent at tell you in education. You got to kind of be both of them some time particularly when you? You're dealing with With with kids dot. Thanks a lot for giving us that. Information back several. I know you're familiar with the news items that have been coming out of. Barbara's he'll Texas where the student has been denied the opportunity for graduate based on his the length of his hair and so our our topic. Today is dress code so we want to have you just share some of your thoughts about dress code. I'm just asking just a few questions and if you could just ask you give me your thoughts on. We would appreciate it asks view. What what's Your Philosophy Schools Students Dress Code Dress Code really depends on the coacher. Make school that you're working with the community because each school that I've had the pleasure of working at the T. administrator Each school has long. You need culture so even though there may be a district host student conduct gather relate to what the district things students should be wearing or address in terms of tire. Also cultural makeup because each community has different nationalities and people.

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I Want To Speak To The Principal

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"principal" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

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I Want To Speak To The Principal

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"principal" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

"Quality mentors in a lot of times in your school districts i know in the current district i am. I'm me and i'm no longer a principal. I'm working in central office. But i'm into her a couple of principals in in my district but it is violent important that the a new principal fans someone who trust him who they can who they trust also who they feel are committed to developing them as a professional and someone they can can share with you know being a principal. There's a book called longtime goes cold. It's lonely at the top. Being a principal is a very lonely position. And sometimes you just think that you just island by yourself and you really need someone that you can count to talk to kind of bounce things off sometime and who can provide you with some feedback in some knowledge and some wisdom they can help you get through particular situations. So it's vitally important that they did you find a mentor. It doesn't necessarily mean as a man that you have to find another mail it can be a female. It doesn't mean necessarily mean that the person has to be a particular race or or you know ethnicity but someone who did you develop that trust me and develop a trust and committed to your growth and development. Have you ever thought about starting on podcast. Well i we're trying to get our par- cash off the ground. I had a lot of questions. How do you record an episode. How did you get in my show on apple podcast spotify and all the other places people like to listen..

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"principal" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

I Want To Speak To The Principal

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"principal" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

"This episode of our speak to the principal across scales measuring the WanNa leave us with words of wisdom. How wise these words are but I just wanted to just again just reiterate the importance of mentoring both for the mentor. And one of the most important things that you can do. Mentoring is make sure that you provide the men not with accurate information with information that is non judgmental information that can being nine judge mill and also working for the the the the best entries of professional growth and development of the of the men. The men T also has a responsibility and respect the mentor and his tie. Listen carefully ask questions ask questions of the mentor of United. Ru a clear also. Have you mentor? Give you some examples of some things that you may not clearly understand crossfield. Mentoring is vitally important in today's Society because the more knowledge that you have in different areas the more you grow as a profession I gave the example of your background and technology and mine and Lucio been highly admixed whale and so we had a great mentor. Mentor Mentor relationship. On both on both sides you as the mentor and me estimate and then estimate torn you and I think from that not only did we grow from professional. I respect for each other. And wh- what we also do has grown also exactly that relationship has on into serveral your educational opportunities word vote so within that real close show. I would like to thank for another great episode absolutely next episode. We'll be talking about our book and your office on. It sounds.

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"principal" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

I Want To Speak To The Principal

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"principal" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

"This episode of our speak to the principal across scales measuring the WanNa leave us with words of wisdom. How wise these words are but I just wanted to just again just reiterate the importance of mentoring both for the mentor. And one of the most important things that you can do. Mentoring is make sure that you provide the men not with accurate information with information that is non judgmental information that can being nine judge mill and also working for the the the the best entries of professional growth and development of the of the men. The men T also has a responsibility and respect the mentor and his tie. Listen carefully ask questions ask questions of the mentor of United. Ru a clear also. Have you mentor? Give you some examples of some things that you may not clearly understand crossfield. Mentoring is vitally important in today's Society because the more knowledge that you have in different areas the more you grow as a profession I gave the example of your background and technology and mine and Lucio been highly admixed whale and so we had a great mentor. Mentor Mentor relationship. On both on both sides you as the mentor and me estimate and then estimate torn you and I think from that not only did we grow from professional. I respect for each other. And wh- what we also do has grown also exactly that relationship has on into serveral your educational opportunities word vote so within that real close show. I would like to thank for another great episode absolutely next episode. We'll be talking about our book and your office on. It sounds.

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"principal" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

I Want To Speak To The Principal

09:22 min | 3 years ago

"principal" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

"Develop the term cross fields measuring we did this episode on Pasco. Edu where we discuss the relationship portion of the cross steals so this year with our listeners. Here will we talked about as far as cross skills and how we develop that situation. I'd be happy to share. You know we'll prior meeting you. I was a very I was limited as I told you in my Tek. Not very limited in my technology skills and after meeting you in in just kind of watching you and sharing information with me on how to manipulate a computer the different programs and things like that and I feel very competent. Now that I can do a lot of things that I cannot do prior to you mentoring me. In in that particular skill and as a leader you have to have those technologies skills in order to be effective in today's world for the most weightings exactly and so I think as and then on the other hand You know we you and I talked. We talked about leadership where my background was as far as building principal food for over eighteen years or so in so we talked about those. I think I was able to provide you with some. There's some things in regards to leadership leadership definitely leadership Because I am a advisory role and in that advisory role. I need background information. Enhance I and what was far right myself. Have never been insult right. I mean the the other side of the education which is in the district office so we see adversaries song right and and for some it could be seen as a support but I can easily miss their role model not developing the proper relationships and understanding that I need in order to be a support for four president. Well I was very encouraged by the guy that you are able to give me as as a as a eighteen years in various situations and so what are from the relationship but we also something else happened between us. Unofficially each other and help each other out. We became absolutely absolute- well and and that's what I wanted to kind of expand expand on that one of the things that grew from our mentoring. Each other are crosskill. Mentoring is that we develop the trust and we developed a relationship. We'll non-judgmental when I would come in and ask you some pretty novice. I guess questions about technology how to do this. And you never say wow man. You don't know how to do this very ticket. You you explained to me. You're allowed me to to make mistakes and you can. You took the socratic approach to my professional development in technology that you know you you ask me questions and you allow me to do the work and then you helped me to make the corrections on it so but I think it all again. It all came from US first of all building a relationship because we talked quite a bit and then we begin to start to trust each other and I think whenever there was any type of mentor mentor relationship even in across Gill. There has to be the element of relationship building and trust. I think that's too key components in ineffective mentoring so relationship wire list Dr Louis. Deeper and the reason why I feel the relationship between you and I was able to grow because we've had a genuine interest and my career. What ARE THOSE QUESTIONS? So no coming from you know coming from another school district. Being new to district charter relate to people very quickly. We're able to guide me but I felt like you had an interest in my career has progressed will just wanted to say that you know. I developed that skill from my mentor. Dr Theodore Romero and a Robert Bail. Both of them told me when they were mentoring. Me When I was coming up through the system as a principal always just can't share your knowledge with with people who are deserving and who really want to grow and who will also listen to you and that's one of the things that I've found with you. Is that you know when we started talking. I noticed that you would listen to what I would say. Listen Department right yeah you do. Yeah you do listen. I you know I've had the opportunity to mentor. Quite a few young school leaders and and and I temped to to develop a relationship with them where they would trust me and our trust them but often times. I find if I would tell a young leader. Hey you know go to the left you know. Go from telling you don't go right. I've been there before. And right is not gonNA lead you to where you want to go on their own they would. There be would go right and you know and the thing is I wouldn't give up on them after the end but after you tell them to go right. Don't go right the first STAB. You respect the next time that you know. They wouldn't go right when he can go on to the right when he should have been going to. And I've found that you know when when I would talk to you I would just share with you. Some of the the the the things that may have made may derail you and not to go that particular exit and you will. You would actually listen and so I just found dead and it's easier to cat. I believe as a mentor to work with someone who also believes that you are. You are committed to their relationship I think. Then there's you're more apt to give more information again. You know you not judgmental you just Kinda try to lead them to the success and so they won't fall into some of the chasm that you may have fell into as you were going along the journey back. There are people reach out to us on twitter and one of the. I guess you can say one of the things that they wanted to find out was. How can people mentor? It was specifically to black me. How black meaning education were there are with? There's a scarcity of black me. How can they reach out over? A platform lie clear. So when reese out Ivy Lee who were who were Mambazo or a. You are excellent mental or And the fact that you respected my my cognition before we met. 'cause I talked about Sarah Thomas About Shelly. Terro talked about Doctor who was of my leader floor mom and she was actually Jesuit working executives at present which you should middle and groom me what advice you have for a young principal. We won't go into. We advise you have a young principal. Who was looking for mid worship? Well it's important. I mean there are a lot of organizations educational organizations where you can find a good quality mentor. Zeenat towns in your school districts I know in the current district I am. I'm me and I'm no longer a principal. I'm working in central office but I mentor. Couple of principles in in my district. But it is vitally important that the new principal fans someone who trust him a WHO can they trust also who they feel are committed to developing them as professional and someone they can can share with you know being a principal. There's a book called longtime goes cold. It's lonely at the top. Being a prince was very lonely position. And sometimes you just think that you jazz out on the island by yourself and you really need someone that you can count at talk to kind of bounce things off and who can provide you with some feedback and some knowledge and some wisdom. They can help you get through particular situations. So it's vitally important that they did you find a mentor. It doesn't necessarily mean as a man that you have to find another male. It can be a female. It doesn't mean necessarily mean that the person has to be particular race or or you know ethnicity but someone who did you develop that trust me and develop trust and committed to your development..

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"principal" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

I Want To Speak To The Principal

09:22 min | 3 years ago

"principal" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

"Develop the term cross fields measuring we did this episode on Pasco. Edu where we discuss the relationship portion of the cross steals so this year with our listeners. Here will we talked about as far as cross skills and how we develop that situation. I'd be happy to share. You know we'll prior meeting you. I was a very I was limited as I told you in my Tek. Not very limited in my technology skills and after meeting you in in just kind of watching you and sharing information with me on how to manipulate a computer the different programs and things like that and I feel very competent. Now that I can do a lot of things that I cannot do prior to you mentoring me. In in that particular skill and as a leader you have to have those technologies skills in order to be effective in today's world for the most weightings exactly and so I think as and then on the other hand You know we you and I talked. We talked about leadership where my background was as far as building principal food for over eighteen years or so in so we talked about those. I think I was able to provide you with some. There's some things in regards to leadership leadership definitely leadership Because I am a advisory role and in that advisory role. I need background information. Enhance I and what was far right myself. Have never been insult right. I mean the the other side of the education which is in the district office so we see adversaries song right and and for some it could be seen as a support but I can easily miss their role model not developing the proper relationships and understanding that I need in order to be a support for four president. Well I was very encouraged by the guy that you are able to give me as as a as a eighteen years in various situations and so what are from the relationship but we also something else happened between us. Unofficially each other and help each other out. We became absolutely absolute- well and and that's what I wanted to kind of expand expand on that one of the things that grew from our mentoring. Each other are crosskill. Mentoring is that we develop the trust and we developed a relationship. We'll non-judgmental when I would come in and ask you some pretty novice. I guess questions about technology how to do this. And you never say wow man. You don't know how to do this very ticket. You you explained to me. You're allowed me to to make mistakes and you can. You took the socratic approach to my professional development in technology that you know you you ask me questions and you allow me to do the work and then you helped me to make the corrections on it so but I think it all again. It all came from US first of all building a relationship because we talked quite a bit and then we begin to start to trust each other and I think whenever there was any type of mentor mentor relationship even in across Gill. There has to be the element of relationship building and trust. I think that's too key components in ineffective mentoring so relationship wire list Dr Louis. Deeper and the reason why I feel the relationship between you and I was able to grow because we've had a genuine interest and my career. What ARE THOSE QUESTIONS? So no coming from you know coming from another school district. Being new to district charter relate to people very quickly. We're able to guide me but I felt like you had an interest in my career has progressed will just wanted to say that you know. I developed that skill from my mentor. Dr Theodore Romero and a Robert Bail. Both of them told me when they were mentoring. Me When I was coming up through the system as a principal always just can't share your knowledge with with people who are deserving and who really want to grow and who will also listen to you and that's one of the things that I've found with you. Is that you know when we started talking. I noticed that you would listen to what I would say. Listen Department right yeah you do. Yeah you do listen. I you know I've had the opportunity to mentor. Quite a few young school leaders and and and I temped to to develop a relationship with them where they would trust me and our trust them but often times. I find if I would tell a young leader. Hey you know go to the left you know. Go from telling you don't go right. I've been there before. And right is not gonNA lead you to where you want to go on their own they would. There be would go right and you know and the thing is I wouldn't give up on them after the end but after you tell them to go right. Don't go right the first STAB. You respect the next time that you know. They wouldn't go right when he can go on to the right when he should have been going to. And I've found that you know when when I would talk to you I would just share with you. Some of the the the the things that may have made may derail you and not to go that particular exit and you will. You would actually listen and so I just found dead and it's easier to cat. I believe as a mentor to work with someone who also believes that you are. You are committed to their relationship I think. Then there's you're more apt to give more information again. You know you not judgmental you just Kinda try to lead them to the success and so they won't fall into some of the chasm that you may have fell into as you were going along the journey back. There are people reach out to us on twitter and one of the. I guess you can say one of the things that they wanted to find out was. How can people mentor? It was specifically to black me. How black meaning education were there are with? There's a scarcity of black me. How can they reach out over? A platform lie clear. So when reese out Ivy Lee who were who were Mambazo or a. You are excellent mental or And the fact that you respected my my cognition before we met. 'cause I talked about Sarah Thomas About Shelly. Terro talked about Doctor who was of my leader floor mom and she was actually Jesuit working executives at present which you should middle and groom me what advice you have for a young principal. We won't go into. We advise you have a young principal. Who was looking for mid worship? Well it's important. I mean there are a lot of organizations educational organizations where you can find a good quality mentor. Zeenat towns in your school districts I know in the current district I am. I'm me and I'm no longer a principal. I'm working in central office but I mentor. Couple of principles in in my district. But it is vitally important that the new principal fans someone who trust him a WHO can they trust also who they feel are committed to developing them as professional and someone they can can share with you know being a principal. There's a book called longtime goes cold. It's lonely at the top. Being a prince was very lonely position. And sometimes you just think that you jazz out on the island by yourself and you really need someone that you can count at talk to kind of bounce things off and who can provide you with some feedback and some knowledge and some wisdom. They can help you get through particular situations. So it's vitally important that they did you find a mentor. It doesn't necessarily mean as a man that you have to find another male. It can be a female. It doesn't mean necessarily mean that the person has to be particular race or or you know ethnicity but someone who did you develop that trust me and develop trust and committed to your development..

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"principal" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

I Want To Speak To The Principal

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"principal" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

"We'll I'm always telling people how smart you are and how will read your in. How all the background knowledge you have history and things like that is our well. Let me ask you a question. Where do you think that the word Mentor came from Main Mentor? Okay so but I know well sometimes okay to just say hey. I don't know I can't I can't afford when free in home. Be there you go. That's what I did a little research on it and I found that the original word for mentor can be traced back to the Greeks back to homer's epic poem. The ATTASI remember studying national. The Odyssey where he will win Odysseus who was king of Ethica at the time went to fight the Trojan war. He entrusted the care of his kingdom to who mentor. There you go. Maybe maybe mentor saved as the teacher and oversee of over busiest who son of to limit. Because that's as best studio you know. We'll see where pronounce right here. You must be smokey whereas please forgive me? Greek gods please forgive me here you go there you go we. We decided we are like that inputs as we've talked about mentor love and if you have a little background on where where he comes from what. I like about King Odysseus. Some was he recognized. That mentor had the knowledge to run his kingdom. While he was there. You go there you go. In as the definition said he he both taught and oversaw Odysseus. Too Big.

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"principal" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

I Want To Speak To The Principal

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"principal" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

"Whoa wait another episode of ours to the Person. By name is William. Jeffrey and I'm here with my lustrous hosts we'll see good. Morning will not think you. Kinda you saw yourself a little short. I know him they call you. They'll amazing and NAMIC. Mr William Jefferies. Good morning we allow you to call myself amazing man. This is good. This is the kitchen up. Section of our podcast busy. Yeah a little bit. We'll have a little bit man. I have just been blessed also over the past few months. I've had a few items that I can check. Check out my bucket list. That have occurred recently published an article along with my college dean. Dr Poets Texas Attack Lillian Read Texas. Southern University published an article in school leadership review actually was an article from my dissertation. And so that was in the summer twenty eighteen episode of school leadership review also UNM. I wrote an article in Edgy. Engine match calm down there you go. Yeah for sure mine. Also and also so we published an article parole involvement leaving no CIA behind does eighteen so once in a big shoutout to Sarah Families. Yeah for twenty one of the authors that are in there and I think we get these office on the show absolutely. That sounds by chapters. That's great again. Thanks Sarah for providing us with that that platform for being able to get out writings out there and something. I'm also very excited by being honored by my my university Texas Southern University where I received my doctorate degree there on me as one of their outstanding educators for two thousand eighteen. Wow so yeah. We'll be free. Say That we'll but it is. Shula honored to be acknowledged for the work that that I've done in past years. We're trying to help promote growth in teachers educators and students yes the USO correct ave our received an award from the public schools array right. That was an amazing feat for me because I don't work in the Houston is era. He more act award was renamed. Arousal district getting that award and parents see. I believe that's when you know that you work is is appreciate in and acknowledged when you don't you're not even there anymore and you've left so you left a legacy and they're just ignored you for that. So that when you know that your work is meaningful. I believe pretty amazing deal here. So let's year to our topic neck semi saying we're GonNa talk about Cross Major. Sounds good.

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"principal" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

I Want To Speak To The Principal

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"principal" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

"Whoa wait another episode of ours to the Person. By name is William. Jeffrey and I'm here with my lustrous hosts we'll see good. Morning will not think you. Kinda you saw yourself a little short. I know him they call you. They'll amazing and NAMIC. Mr William Jefferies. Good morning we allow you to call myself amazing man. This is good. This is the kitchen up. Section of our podcast busy. Yeah a little bit. We'll have a little bit man. I have just been blessed also over the past few months. I've had a few items that I can check. Check out my bucket list. That have occurred recently published an article along with my college dean. Dr Poets Texas Attack Lillian Read Texas. Southern University published an article in school leadership review actually was an article from my dissertation. And so that was in the summer twenty eighteen episode of school leadership review also UNM. I wrote an article in Edgy. Engine match calm down there you go. Yeah for sure mine. Also and also so we published an article parole involvement leaving no CIA behind does eighteen so once in a big shoutout to Sarah Families. Yeah for twenty one of the authors that are in there and I think we get these office on the show absolutely. That sounds by chapters. That's great again. Thanks Sarah for providing us with that that platform for being able to get out writings out there and something. I'm also very excited by being honored by my my university Texas Southern University where I received my doctorate degree there on me as one of their outstanding educators for two thousand eighteen. Wow so yeah. We'll be free. Say That we'll but it is. Shula honored to be acknowledged for the work that that I've done in past years. We're trying to help promote growth in teachers educators and students yes the USO correct ave our received an award from the public schools array right. That was an amazing feat for me because I don't work in the Houston is era. He more act award was renamed. Arousal district getting that award and parents see. I believe that's when you know that you work is is appreciate in and acknowledged when you don't you're not even there anymore and you've left so you left a legacy and they're just ignored you for that. So that when you know that your work is meaningful. I believe pretty amazing deal here. So let's year to our topic neck semi saying we're GonNa talk about Cross Major. Sounds good.

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