Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Parents and PGCPS Presents: Educational Views

Parents and PGCPS
Educational Views

Keeping true to our mission to serve as a conduit of information to parents and educators, Parents and PGCPS is proud to present your educational views.  We are presenting voices on education. It is your turn to speak on education. We are handing the microphone to parents and educators in and out of Prince George’s County. Parents and educators such as you are sharing thoughts, ideas and experiences in education. Solutions are found when we talk. So here is the podium, the soap box, the stage, the opportunity...speaks out!

To have your voice included, email us at parentalengagementwithpgcps@gmail.com

To hear Educational Views click www.educationalviews.podbean.com

George Stewart II has dedicated his life to community/public service. His community service journey started in college where he became a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. Through his fraternity work, George has been able to touch the lives of many people through various community service projects. When George is not educating his students on the various important events in history, he is heavily involved in the PTA. As president, he and his executive board are responsible for planning parent outreach events, fund raising events, and membership drives

Dr. Anna Bucy: (Mother/Board of Education Administrator/Researcher)
Dr. Bucy is an educational consultant based in Ohio specializing in gender and bullying with local, state, and national speaking credits. She spent four years on her local school board and earned the Ohio School Boards Association’s lifetime distinction of Master Board Member in 2010. Dr. Bucy has been a college communication and humanities adjunct for 20 years. Dr. Bucy is preparing for an April 30th workshop to help teachers use the Holocaust to discuss bullying in their classrooms. Dr. Bucy can be reached via her web page at www.annabucy.com

Dr. Camilla Ferebee: (Mother/Educator/Scholar)
There is Value in the Home School Partnerships for Students, Parents and Teachers
Dr. Camilla “Mi-Mi” Ferebee has over 10 years of experience in public education. She has taught mathematics, science, special education, and served as an Assistant Principal. She earned a Bachelors Degree of Science in Biology and a Masters of Arts in Administration and Supervision K-12 from Norfolk State University. She earned a Doctorate of Education in Education Leadership from The University of Phoenix.

William Jackson: (Father/Educator/Entrepreneur/Mentor)
Social Media Safety for Children

William is a graduate of Camden High School, Camden, New Jersey, he attended South Carolina State University, Orangeburg, S.C. where he earned his bachelors degree and his master degree from Webster University, Jacksonville, FL.  He serves as adjunct faculty at Edward Waters College.

Jennifer Hursey: (Mother/ Entrepreneur) 

Jennifer is a self-described entrepreneur, photo journalist & social activist.  She has a MBA and is a stepmother. In her spare time she enjoys coin & stamp collecting. 

Khadijah Ali-Coleman: (Mother/ Entrepreneur/Writer) 
How The World of Art and Education Impact Student Success

Khadijah Moon Ali-Coleman is an award-winning journalist who has served the Washington DC metropolitan area for more than six years, covering education, political and arts news for online, print and broadcast media. Her articles have appeared in dozens of newspapers and magazines, including East of the River, The Washington Informer, District Chronicles, The Baltimore Times, The Afro and The Hill Rag. Nationally, her work has been read on online sites, including SoulTrain.com, the award-winning music blog SoulBounce.com,  and the national news site Examiner.com where she writes as the DC Community Issues Examiner.

Dr. Mike Robinson: (Father/ Entrepreneur/Educator)
How Ineffective Educational Leadership Create Failing Schools

Dr. Mike Robinson is the CO-CEO of Forest Of The Rain Productions an educational communication company. Dr. Robinson is the creator of the National Men Make A Difference Day for Academic Success and the host of Parent Talk Live. He is considered a leading voice/expert on parental engagement and education.

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