Live Stream: Our Education Crisis: A Student & Parent Conversation | January 18, 2011 | Toledo Public Library
January 18 at 6:00 p.m. at the Toledo Public Library (McMaster Room). Moderated by journalist and author Rick Sanchez.
WGTE Public Media will stream the public event live on the Knowledge Stream Website (http://www.knowledgestream.org.)
Citizens may attend the event virtually and provide feedback by posting comments live during the event.
What: Live, online streaming of Our Education Crisis: A Student & Parent Conversation
When: Tuesday, January 18, 2011, at 6:00 p.m.
In light of the recent coaching drama at U-M, this article is a good reminder on our missing priorities, where hiring and firing coaches is more important than those entrusted to teach our children.
Anyone who pays attention to local high schools knows that a coach who has several consecutive losing seasons will likely be fired. Well, not really. It is more likely that the losing coach will be sent to teach history or English.
I can't verify this, but this person obviously is not too happy with what happened at LCCS so I am posting it. I apologize in advance for the all caps:
I just want to wish you all a merry Christmas.
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November 23 at 5:30, Toledo Public Schools Board will hold a regularly scheduled board meeting. WGTE Public Media will stream the public meeting live on the Knowledge Stream Website (http://www.knowledgestream.org.)
Citizens may attend the meeting virtually and provide feedback by posting comments live during the event.
What: Live, online streaming of TPS Board Meeting
When: Tuesday, November 23, 2010, at 5:30 p.m.
Toledo Public School meetings are also made available to view following the event at http://www.knowledgestream.org .
On December 1, 1974 Toledo was clobbered by a snowstorm that dumped about a foot of snow. During that storm some electric wires fell that caused the Kent Branch library to burn down. In last week's Toledo Blade it was reported that the Kent Branch was closing for about 20 months for renovations. The article went on to state the library was built in 1952 and was showing its age and was in bad need of repairs. The Blade reports many "facts" that are simply not true. The Kent Branch was rebuilt after the fire and reopened in 1975. Come on, let's get the facts right Toledo Blade.
The liberties of a people never were, nor ever will be, secure, when the transactions of our government are forced upon us"
Patrick Henry andTread
I hear swastica adorned signs are appearing all around the Toledo area. Tomorrow I'm going to be out most of the day, and while I am, I'm going to list the locations here. It looks like some are hard at work making them. I'm looking to see how complete the coverage is, what areas have the most painters living in. I'm thinking about moving, and want to stay away from these sorts of neighborhoods/districts. Perhaps other members, also concerned about the rapid proliferation of NAZI signs, could post their sightings as well.
First it was the population explosion among bedbugs. Now, according to todays' news reports, local construction has disrupted everyday life among Toledos' lively and vibrant rodent population. In other words, the rats are upset, and they're on the move-from local construction sites, and into our neighborhoods.
Join WGTE Public Media online Thursday, September 9 from 9:15 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. for the Raising Readers Literacy Summit. If you were one of the many people that aren't able to attend the event in person, you can join us virtually by either logging on to www.knowledgestream.org or go to www.wgte.org and click on the Literacy Summit banner on the homepage. Either location will take you directly to the video stream of the summit. You will be able to provide comments and questions as well as participate in the discussion sessions throughout the day.
Can you believe this!!! Hahaha, where is Mike Bell's head?
Da Blade says: "In other business, council Tuesday night:
•Confirmed several of Mayor Bell's directors and commissioners. Council voted 9-3 to confirm Perlean Griffin, the city's director of affirmative action. Voting against were Mr. Waniewski, Mr. Collins, and Mr. McNamara."
The board interviewed Deborah Hunter-Harvill, the former superintendent of a school district in Flint, Michigan. She says she wants to help lead the charge for school reform in Toledo.
REALLY? Has any board member checked the status of Flint Schools lately? Would she bring more of Obama style Hope and Change reform to TPS. One only has to look at Flint to see what Harvill's school reform has brought them:
As of today, June 8, the Red Cross collection center at All Saints Church in Rossford will be closed and no longer accepting donations.
The Red Cross distribution center is now open at Mainstreet Church (705 N. Main St.) in Walbridge. Those that need food, clothing, cleaning or hygiene supplies are being encouraged to visit this location.
Can anyone tell me when the Blade shrunk to the size of a Radio Shack/Pizza Hut commercial insert? I don't subscribe to it-I saw one at the gas station. Is it some sort of gag? Is the price the same? It looks ridiculous to me.