Progress Report: 8 = months or 215 days, to the day: January 31st… we have done 258 Radio Shows, Blog Posts and Pages on our 3 Main Blogs and our Radio Show platform!! That means I have created and/or published 1.2 posts, pages or shows every-single DAY!!! Over the last 8 months!
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Keeping Our Kids Safe
Keeping Our Kids Safe Radio | Teaching Parents The How-To’s Of Daily Online Security & Safety!!
What is Common Core? is it: “One Size Fits All” Education.
Common Core is a set of nationwide standards, assessments and curriculum, with a national database tracking system which Utah adopted and later renamed Utah Core. Special interests and the Federal Government paid millions of dollars to bring states together to nationalize education.
Broadcasting live: Common Core: What Is It, And How Does It Affect Your Family?
Thu, October 11, 2012 11:00AM MST Listen in live: Keeping Our Kids Safe Radio
Join me as I welcome three Utah mom’s fighting the good fight for their families and yours as well. This is information you are going to want to have, to make an informed decision about the future of education for YOUR kids!!!
Christel Swasey is a stay home mother. She has taught third grade in Utah, High School English in California, and most recently taught English at Utah Valley University.
Alisa Ellis is a stay at home mother of seven. She became actively involved in education the day her children started school and started fighting Common Core when she realized the direction education was heading.
What do you know about Common Core? Did you know it will take away local control of education? Get the facts, here: Utahns Against Common Core
“Common Core could highly impact a parent’s control of their child’s education and really cripple the role of local school districts. One technique in education we have yet to use, having tried all others, is freedom.”
~ Congressman Rob Bishop
Families, law enforcement and juvenile experts are already feeling legislators’ $3.2M budget reduction and fear Utah will eventually pay a much greater price. Check out the full story in the SLC Trib: Budget ax falls on Utah’s juvenile justice system! By Janelle Stecklein | The Salt Lake Tribune
“It’s really wonderful when you’re in a crisis to turn your child over to someone who will make a difference. They should have [programs like] that all over the country. They help children with their emotions that they don’t know how to deal with.”