education

Listen Up! May 12

May 15, 2017
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Listen Up! host Farajii Muhammad starts the hour speaking with educator, speaker and author, Dr. Steve Perry. Muhammad and Dr. Perry discuss the state of black education, the value of black teachers in the classroom, and more. Then, the Muhammad speaks with the newest hip hop collective group in Baltimore, the Floating Stones. And closing the show is the Producer’s Pick segment with Meaca. 

 

First Edition host Sean Yoes talks to Tim King, founder of the Urban Prep Academies in Chicago, which for the last eight years had a 100 percent graduation rate, and a 100 percent college acceptance rate for all of their young men, including one who was accepted at 39 different colleges! 

First Edition host Sean Yoes talks to Tim King, founder of the Urban Prep Academies in Chicago, which for the last eight years had a 100 percent graduation rate, and a 100 percent college acceptance rate for all of their young men, including one who was accepted at 39 different colleges! 

The Ellison Report is a weekly digest of politics, policy, and the people. This week, UMBC Professor Kimberly Moffitt guests hosts.

Dr. Dallas Dance, 2014.
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Baltimore County Public Schools CEO Dr. Dallas Dance suddenly announced his resignation on Tuesday. Why is he stepping down, after recently renewing his contract with the county? 

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