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It’s time.  The kids are out the door to go to school and we wonder just what they are going to learn about and do with their day.  Are Clark County Schools up to the task of educating an increasing diverse population?  Are standards high enough?  Do our schools have the money to get the job done?  And what about parents—what can they do to help their kids.  And how about students—what are their responsibilities?

 

Public education has been under attack for years.  On this edition of Civil Engagement, we’re exploring the world of public education from the perspective of advocates---and parents.  We’re joined by Jenn Blackhurst and Caryne Shea, founders of HOPE for Nevada an organization that works to improve the educational experience in Clark County.

 

Check out our other “Back to School”  interview with Ranna Daud, Executive Director of After School All-Stars on Soundcloud.com/civilengagement.

 

 

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It’s getting closer to the start of school, stores have their displays up, the kids are getting bored and even those who don’t like school very much are ready to go back.  Families are getting ready to enjoy the last few weeks doing vacations and travel if they can.  Others are struggling to keep an eye on the kids and find things for them to do.

 

As we get ready for the new school year, beyond school supplies and new clothes, parents are asking the question:  what do the kids do after school.  How do we help them get their homework done and perhaps most important, how do we keep them out of trouble.  On this edition of Civil Engagement, our guest Ranna Daud from After School All Stars helps us get ahead of the curve to start planning for the opening of the 2015-2016 school year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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