Rich discussed the latest on the alleged murder of a woman in San Francisco by an illegal immigrant, former Virginia Senator Jim Webb’s announcement that he is running for President, and a Florida man being sentenced to 30 months in prison for having sex on the beach. He also talked with Greg Piper from the College Fix, Former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell, Philadelphia Daily News Columnist Christine Flowers and Brandon McGinley from the PA Family Institute.
A report in The Washington Post asks why schools slow down gifted kids when research shows that they do well if accelerated.
As the school year comes to an end, teachers must find activities that capture kids’ attention. Self-selected projects seem to do just that.
Heavy testing in lower grades is causing young teachers to consider leaving the field.
A high schooler with an autistic sister organized a prom for her sister and other autistic teens and it was a huge success.
In an article in The Washington Post, programs and projects are cited that make the case that integrating subjects can work.
Political Pundit And Columnist: Mounting Accusations Against Hillary Clinton Could Damage Presidential Run
Political pundit and columnist Eleanor Clift questioned whether former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will be able to survive the latest accusations of impropriety that have been leveled against her in the book Clinton Cash, by Peter Schweizer.
Because education is controlled by the states, access to advanced placement, AP, and other challenging courses is restricted in many districts.
Rich discussed the latest report on the investigation into the VA, a teacher apologizing for having her class send get well letters to Mumia Abu-Jamal, and the Phillies selling tickets on Groupon. He also spoke with Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick, Ronnie Polaneczky from the Philadelphia Daily News and Michelle Singleton from the Washington Post.
The Inner Harbor Project helps police and teens understand each other, with officers charged with making the kids feel part of the community.
Teachers in the DC district’s new Family Engagement Partnership visit students’ homes in an effort to improve engagement and raise achievement.
Rich covered the revelation that the Germanwings flight that crashed in the French Alps was brought down deliberately, the NCAA’s objection to a new law in Indiana, and a man who $7 million on a lottery ticket. He also talked with aviation lawyer Arthur Wolk and Dr. Katie Schultheis.
Rich covers the latest in scandal regarding Hillary Clinton’s private email and the verdict in the Blurred Lines trial. He talked to Ed Rendell about the Eagles, FOX News Legal Analyst Andrew Napolitano, and National Reveiw’s Ian Tuttle.
Aerospace Engineering and Aviation Technology is providing students outside Washington with unique exposure to opportunities in the sciences.
Rich talked about the aftermath of the terrorist attack in Paris and a grand jury saying Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane broke the law. He spoke with Dr. Mazz about a girl in Connecticut forced to undergo chemotherapy treatments and for FBI Agent John Guandolo about his new book, Raising a Jihadi Generation.