Show Archive – December 6th, 2012

6 audio clips available
Topics and guests include:

  • Rich discusses last night’s meeting of the Charter Commission and criticizes Manchester’s non-partisan elections. 
  • Plus, Rich discusses how letting our school administrators “innovate” will help resolve the problems we are having in Manchester, and asks why art classes at the Currier can’t be applied to art credits in our school system? 
  • Don’t forget today’s Poll Question! 
  • Ward 12 Alderman Patrick Arnold came in to discuss his visit with Manchester schools, and then he sticks around to talk rezoning on Front Street.
  • Jeff Czarnec, our Public Safety Specialist, came in to discuss the MPD’s latest sting operation regarding leaving bags of cash in shopping center parking lots. 
  • Dr. Julianne Cooper of Liberty Harbor Academy came in to talk about the “ethics of education.” How do the ethics of education relate to religion? Find out!

 

Show Archive – December 6th, 2012

6 audio clips available
Topics and guests included:

  • Rich discusses last night’s meeting of the Charter Commission and criticizes Manchester’s non-partisan elections. 
  • Plus, Rich discusses how letting our school administrators “innovate” will help resolve the problems we are having in Manchester, and asks why art classes at the Currier can’t be applied to art credits in our school system? 
  • Don’t forget today’s Poll Question! 
  • Ward 12 Alderman Patrick Arnold came in to discuss his visit with Manchester schools, and then he sticks around to talk rezoning on Front Street.
  • Jeff Czarnec, our Public Safety Specialist, came in to discuss the MPD’s latest sting operation regarding leaving bags of cash in shopping center parking lots. 
  • Dr. Julianne Cooper of Liberty Harbor Academy came in to talk about the “ethics of education.” How do the ethics of education relate to religion? Find out!

Hour Number One

The first hour kicks off with today’s news and then Rich discusses last night’s meeting of the Charter Commission and criticizes Manchester’s non-partisan elections.

In the second segment, Rich discusses how letting our school administrators “innovate” will help resolve the problems we are having in Manchester.

In the third segment, Rich continues his discussion on Manchester schools (by now it’s a full out rant) and asks why art classes at the Currier can’t be applied to art credits in our school system. Why aren’t teachers measured on results, rather than academic credentials?

Hour Number Two

In hour 2, Ward 12 Alderman Patrick Arnold came in to discuss his visit with Manchester schools, and then he sticks around to talk rezoning on Front Street. Jeff in Manchester also calls in to give us his opinion on Alderman Arnold’s position.

In the final segment, Jeff Czarnec, our Public Safety Specialist, came in to discuss the MPD’s latest sting operation regarding leaving bags of cash in shopping center parking lots.

Hour Number Three

In the third hour, Dr. Julianne Cooper of Liberty Harbor Academy came in to talk about the “ethics of education.” How do the ethics of education relate to religion? Find out right here!

In the final segment, Rich and DJ Dave announce their weight loss competition, and then Rich returns to the zoning issue.

Patrick Arnold, Ward 12 Alderman

Michael Petrilli, Author of The Diverse Schools Dilemma, came in to discuss what his “think tank” has discovered about school systems across the country. How can Manchester make its diversity more attractive?

Jeff Czarnec, Holiday Public Safety

Jeff Czarnec, our Public Safety Specialist, came on for to comment on Manchester’s school system and then a bit on crime and urban development.

Dr. Julianne Cooper, Education Issue of the Week

Dr. Julianne Cooper of Liberty Harbor Academy came in to talk about the “ethics of education.” How do the ethics of education relate to religion? Find out right here!