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Recent Shows

293. Helping Kids Become Responsible Adults

Mel Levine, M.D., professor of pediatrics, University of North Carolina Medical School, Director of Clinical Center for the Study of Development and Learning, author, A Mind at a Time and Ready or Not, Here Life Comes.

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www.allkindsofminds.org


292. Teens and Alcohol: Talking with Experts

Beth Kane Davidson, Director, Suburban Hospital Addiction Treatment Center
Mimi Fleury, parent, President, Community of Concern

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291. Summer Jobs and Opportunities for Teens

Sandra R. Shmookler, Special Assistant to the Superintendent, Montgomery County, MD, and staff liaison for the Montgomery County Public Schools Educational Foundation

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290. Taking Care of Children in a Community Crisis

Dudley Warner, LCSW-C, Senior Administrator, Behavioral Health and Crisis Services, Montgomery County – Department of Health and Human Services

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289. Eating Right for Kids

Elizabeth Blumberg, RD, LN, CPT, Registered Dietitian, Licensed Nutritionist

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288. Personal Responsibility

Edward Farber, Ph.D., clinical child psychologist

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287. Teaching Tolerance

Nonie Darwish, mother of three; daughter of Lt. Col. Mustafa Hafaz, who headed the first Arab terrorist organization, the fedayeen (which became the model for modern terrorist organizations)
Miri Eisin, mother of three; retired colonel, Israel Defense Forces

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RESOURCES:

www.teachkidspeace.com
www.memri.org
www.mideastweb.org
www.theisraelproject.org


286. Schools Doing Double Duty (Part 2)

Noel Epstein, journalist, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal; editor, Who’s in Charge Here? The Tangled Web of School Government and Policy

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Related Websites:

www.healthinschools.org
www.communityschools.org
www.childrensdefensefund.org
(National Childcare Information Center)
www.just4kids.org
www.ecs.org (Education Commission of the States)


285. Schools Doing Double Duty (Part 1)

Noel Epstein, journalist, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal; editor, Who’s in Charge Here? The Tangled Web of School Government and Policy

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Related Websites:

www.healthinschools.org
www.communityschools.org
www.childrensdefensefund.org
http://www.nifa.usda.gov/nea/family/part/childcare_part_nccic.html (National Childcare Information Center)
www.just4kids.org
www.ecs.org (Education Commission of the States)


284. Diversity

Anthony King, author, The Little Cupcakes; screenwriter and contributor to National Public Radio

Caitlin King, Anthony’s 15-year-old daughter, about whom the book was written

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Website:

www.cupcakepublishing.com