Carol Graves

Carol Graves Discuss Some Contributing Factors of School Violence

Various schools across this nation have been affected by school violence. Many school professionals, including social workers, attribute violence in schools to mental health issues. However, there are a few other factors that play a part in school violence. For example, the violent video games children play daily, as well as the music and movies […]

Carol Graves

“Parent Involvement: What is the role of parents in their child’s education?

How long has it been since we have heard this phrase being used in our schools??? I’m sure some parents take the time to sit down with their children and inquire about how and what they aredoing in school. However, that number is dwindling. Many parents have little if any idea what is going on […]

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It is a known fact that Missouri is currently 81.1% illiterate. Wow!

I write this piece with a heavy heart and with hope and promise of a future filled with a literate Missouri. Although this piece may not be read or cannot be read to illiteracy. It is a known fact that Missouri is currently 81.1% illiterate. Wow! IIiteracy defined: Having little or no education: unable to […]

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IF EDUCATION WAS VALUED AS MUCH AS SPORTS TODAY WE’D HAVE A MUCH BETTER SOCIETY.

In today’s world it seems sports drive most folk’s attention especially in Kansas City. Sports are a good way for people, especially young people to learn about the team participation. Baseball, football, soccer and basketball, all team sports, teach the importance of relying on others and succeeding as a group instead of an individual. The […]

Interview with Executive Director of Kansas City, Kansas School Foundation for Excellence Christal Watson

Interview with Executive Director of Kansas City, Kansas School Foundation for Excellence Christal Watson

Christal Watson is a native of Kansas City, Kansas, and has made significant contributions to her community She was appointed to the Kansas Human Rights Commission in September 2020 by Governor Laura Kelly, who later designated her as Chair of the Commission on January 22, 2021 Watson is the Executive Director of the Kansas City, […]

1:39 / 42:30   Consequences Matter: Thomas Sowell on “Social Justice Fallacies” | Uncommon Knowledge

Consequences Matter: Thomas Sowell on “Social Justice Fallacies” | Uncommon Knowledge

Thomas Sowell, age 93, is the Rose and Milton Friedman Senior Fellow on Public Policy at the Hoover Institution. With his usual fierceness and feistiness intact, Dr. Sowell returns to Uncommon Knowledge with Peter Robinson to discuss his latest book (he’s published over 40 titles over his career), Social Justice Fallacies. In this wide-ranging interview, […]

Cascade Media Group HBCU President Series: President Dr. Vann Newkirk Sr. of Fisk University

Cascade Media Group HBCU President Series: President Dr. Vann Newkirk Sr. of Fisk University

Dr. Vann R. Newkirk Sr. a native of Elizabethtown, North Carolina, was named the 17th President of Fisk University by the Board of Trustees on February 15, 2021. He served as Fisk’s Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs from 2018 until his Presidential appointment. Dr. Newkirk has an extensive leadership record with proven evidence […]

Interview With Dr. Anna Stubblefield  22nd Superintendent of Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools

Interview With Dr. Anna Stubblefield 22nd Superintendent of Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools

Dr. Anna Stubblefield became the 22nd Superintendent of Schools for Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools on July 1, 2021. As a proven and focused leader, she understands the importance of building effective leadership teams, increasing community outreach, and fostering vital partnerships within the community that encourages and support academic achievement. Dr. Stubblefield joined KCKPS following […]

Interview with Kansas City School Superintendent Dr. Jennifer Collier

Interview with Kansas City School Superintendent Dr. Jennifer Collier

Superintendent Dr. Jennifer Collier has served as an educator in Kansas City Public Schools for 22 years. She’s been a teacher, assistant principal, principal, Chief Human Resource Officer, and Deputy Superintendent. Dr. Collier earned a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Kansas, a Master’s of Arts in education from Avila University, and an Educational Specialist […]

Cascade Media Group HBCU President Series Shorts

Cascade Media Group HBCU President Series Shorts

Cascade Media Group HBCU President Series gives you a glimpse into five of the HBC presidents of the 37 HBCU presidents that this series Will be covering you can view their full interviews on whatsupworldwide.com or whatsupkansascity.net or whatsupwichita.net

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