Believe it or not in one month and for college students, even sooner, the new academic year gets underway!  What can you do to make sure your child has a successful year?  We'll have the experts on hand to tell you just what you and your child need to make the 2014-2015 year the best one yet!  Join Another View Host, Barbara Hamm Lee and guests Dr. Dwana White, P.B. Young Elementary School Principal and Terricita Sass, Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Management at Norfolk State University.  Plus, our very own Jae Sinnett joins us for an inside look at the music industry!   It's all on Another View, Friday, August 1st at noon on 89.5 WHRV-FM or stream us live from this blog!

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The snowstorm prevented our guests from Black Women for Positive Change to come to Hampton Roads on Friday, January 31,  so instead we held a mini town-hall discussion on how the community can participate in efforts to prevent kids from dropping out of high school.  Our guests included Kelly Jackson, Director, Center for Regional Citizenship, and lead person for WHRO/WHRV's American Graduate:  Let's Make It Happen Initiative; Lisa Godley, Documentary Producer and Producer of Another View; Quintin Brown, Executive Director, Communities in Schools Hampton Roads; and Sarah Peoples-Perry, Director, Systematic Tutoring Expecting Progress or STEP.  Below you will find community resources that were discussed on the show.  Please download the podcast for additional information.

 

Communities In Schools:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   757-609-9231

Tidewater Connections & Systematic Tutorial-Expecting Progress (STEP) Program:   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.     757-639-5111

Get Smart:  www.getsmartofchesapeake.org 

 

 

 

 

 

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