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Cecil and Ralph Kerr continue talking about being involved in your school district.
Dr. Kerr and Cecil discuss tangible ways that you can help the candidates you support for school board in the coming elections.
Ralph and Cecil discuss the upcoming school budget informational meetings and helpful questions you can ask when you attend.
Dr. Kerr and Cecil discuss basic questions to ask potential school board candidates at the upcoming 'get acquainted' meetings that will be held across New York and Pennsylvania.
Dr. Kerr and Cecil discuss the importance of parents keeping good communication with their children in light of the number of recent teen suicides in the listening area.
Dr. Kerr and Cecil discuss the case of a Washington state high school that denied a student from performing Ave Maria at a graduation ceremony and what the implications are for community values when such decisions are made.
Dr. Kerr and Cecil discuss the differences one person can make in an educational environment, either positively or negatively.
Cecil and Dr. Kerr discuss a recent textbook controversy in Texas and how decisions on textbooks made in that state often influence the textbooks used by students in New York and Pennsylvania.
Dr. Kerr and Cecil discuss the recent proposal to cut $14 million from the New York State education budget by cutting back on Regents education and exams.
Dr. Kerr and Cecil discuss some of the more controversial suggestions to cut school spending from Dr. Kerr's new book, "Many Options, Few Easy", including eliminating summer school, not holding kindergarten classes and consolidating small school districts.