Lynn Davenport 公开
[search 0]
更多

Download the App!

show episodes
 
Education researcher and advocate Lynn Davenport discusses the realities of ed-tech, data mining, public-private partnerships, and lack of transparency in the educational departments and agencies charged with creating policies and performance standards in the Texas State Board of Education and local ISD's. Lynn exposes fraud and misconceptions that keep parents out of the loop and unable to protect their children, and gives actionable insight to reverse these scenarios.
 
Loading …
show series
 
With over 21 years of Civil & Military aviation experience across a multitude of platforms covering fixed wing and rotary wing transport category aircraft, Michael Yanez is a committed aviation professional researching future trends affecting the global aviation industry. Hailing from a long line of educators, he is also a passionate FAA Certified …
 
With over 21 years of Civil & Military aviation experience across a multitude of platforms covering fixed wing and rotary wing transport category aircraft, Michael Yanez is a committed aviation professional researching future trends affecting the global aviation industry. Hailing from a long line of educators, he is also a passionate FAA Certified …
 
Mary Lowe is the cofounder of Families Engaged. The first half of the podcast, Mary and I gave a recap of our tour across Texas to Midland, Huffman, Houston, Cypress, Woodlands and other areas. Our mission is to train families on how to get engaged in the education of their children. There are myriad tools we can use to fight lawlessness with the l…
 
Marcy Galle is a Parent Advocate and Co-Founder of Families Engaged For Effective Education. She is a former city councilmember of Willow Park just north of Aledo, Texas. Marcy is an expert in public information requests, the Texas Open Meetings Act (TOMA) and the public education grievance process. When local ISDs lawyer up, she steps in to help f…
 
Walsh, Gallegos, Trevino, Kyle & Robinson is a law firm deeply entrenched in the Texas education landscape. They are often hired by school districts to fight parents advocating on behalf of their students with special needs. Districts use taxpayer dollars to lawyer up against parents who demand services under the law which are FAPE and IDEA rights.…
 
Faith Johnson joined Social Impact Podcast host Lynn Davenport to share her solutions for Dallas County. She’s running as the Republican nominee for Criminal District Attorney. The most recent polling results show her ahead of the incumbent, “Let ‘Em Go Creuzot.” https://dallasexpress.com/let-em-go-creuzot-da-candidate-attacks-incumbents-record/ Fa…
 
Mary Lowe is the cofounder of Families Engaged. Mary and I attended an event in September hosted by the Women of St. Michael called “BRIDGING THE DIVIDE: A 5-part lecture series addressing structural divides in America.” She and I gave a play-by-play of the details of the event. The live recording is on Facebook. Learn about the nuances of failed r…
 
Most people mistakenly believe the Dallas County Judge needs to be an attorney, but this couldn’t be further from the truth. The official position is the top Executive and “CEO of Dallas County.” The hallmark of a great CEO is one thing…GOOD JUDGMENT. Lauren Davis will bring Good Judgment back to this position, the same way she has done as a mother…
 
Emmanuel Lewis is a former Detention Service Officer with the Dallas County Jail and previously worked in the Dallas County Elections Department. His intuition and attention to the political landscape in Dallas County is impressive. He is sounding the alarms on the malfeasance and mismanagement of the county jail under the leadership of Dallas Coun…
 
Since the pandemic hit, parents have been fighting unconstitutional mask mandates plaguing our cities and school districts. Our leaders use selective science to muzzle our children, despite Governor Abbott’s lifting of the mask mandates in Texas. Parents are often marginalized when advocating on behalf of their children while school districts hide …
 
A variety of federal agencies, including the Department of Defense, NIH, HHS, and FDA have paid for “gain of function” research using federal tax dollars over the last two decades. “Gain of function” is a method of trying to increase the ability of a virus to infect and cause harm to people. This has made the virus more deadly and more contagious. …
 
Alice Linahan was a mom who got fired up when she realized the deficiencies in her children’s education. This sent her on an 11-year journey of research that unearthed a shift away from academics, towards an emotional learning model. Upon close inspection, what is going on in our public schools across the board in Texas and nationwide, is a freight…
 
Nancy Rodriguez is a social worker, parent volunteer, and special education advocate who ran for a seat on the Dallas ISD school board in November of 2020 where she received the highest number of votes, but not enough to receive the majority over her two opponents. That led to a runoff election with Dustin Marshall, the incumbent. His campaign spen…
 
Loading …

快速参考指南

Google login Twitter login Classic login