Video from Blue Ridge PBS.

Unravel the "how to" mystery of school improvement with the authors of "Standing in the Gap." Field experts, John Hodge and Harvey Perkins, have made a difference in classrooms across the country using a practical three step approach.

For information on how to book John...



Skype Interview with Ryan Giffen.

David Warlick’s unique voice and message combine a wide range of experiences, both in and outside the education arena. He ran two businesses before graduating from high school and spent more than a year in manufacturing before completing his undergraduate work....


Scott presents IEBA Career Achievement Award to Paula Abdul

Last Monday, Scott and fellowAmerican Idolalum Melinda Doolittle presented formerIdoljudge Paula Abdul with the IEBA Career Achievement Award. The ceremony took place at the James K. Polk Theater at Nashville Performing Arts Center in Nashville and was part of the annual IEBA conference for...


Article fromPRWeb.com

Approximately 3,000 graduates and guests are expected to arrive to Orange Beach, Ala., for the Columbia Southern University (CSU) commencement ceremonies Friday, Oct. 19 at The Orange Beach Event Center at the Wharf.

Graduates of the online university, who hail from 40 states...


CBS4 - WHBF Quad Cities, IL-IA News Weather Sports

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By: Jillian Wilson

She was named the greatest female athlete of the 20th century by Sports Illustrated.

Today, Olympic Gold Medalist, Jackie Joyner-Kersee told more than one thousand graduates and their loved ones about...


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The Clinton-Obama Rift

By Edward Klein, Posted October 10th 2012

After Bill Clinton delivered his electrifying speech at the Democratic National Convention, many political observers concluded that the Clintons and Obamas had called a truce to their long-running feud. Under their armistice, Clinton agreed to make speeches and appear in TV commercials for Obama,...


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Making Sense of the First Debate

By Michael Reagan, Posted October 3rd 2012

As I write this column, I’m waiting impatiently for the first debate between Mitt Romney and President Obama.

More than 50 million Americans were expected to watch the debate in Denver on Wednesday night, and you have probably seen it by the time you read this.

I don’t know how it turned out,...


Article courtesy of BillMoyers.com

If box office success is any indication of the voting mood of the nation, the commercial success of 2016: Obama’s America, an anti-Obama vehicle by Dinesh D’Souza, is worth noting. The film, based loosely on D’Souza’s book The Roots of Obama’s Rage, is now the...



Interview with Vice President,Shawn Hanks

Jacqueline "Jackie" Griffin -- mother of three, retired Army sergeant and communicator -- is known by many as the mother of Heisman trophy winner, #2 overall NFL draft pick and Washington Redskins' starting quarterback, Robert Griffin III (RG3.)

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From hand gestures to foot-tapping, Obama and Romney have to think about the messages their bodies send during the debate. Will our opinions sway with their moves? Body language expert and speaker, Tonya Reiman joins a panel of experts to discuss the influence of what isn't said at the...