Natalie Spevak with the Ventura Unified School District, speaks with MB Hanrahan about restorative justice for juveniles, which is an alternative to a punitive approach to handling discipline, with a purpose to reduce the school-to-prison pipeline.
Lance Miller speaks with George Alger about the Ultimate Adventure Academy.
Tim Mullins speaks with George Alger about Toastmasters. The global organization is a US headquartered nonprofit educational organization that operates clubs worldwide for the purpose of promoting communication, leadership and public speaking skills.
4-H is a U.S.-based network of youth organizations whose mission is “engaging youth to reach their fullest potential while advancing the field of youth development”.
Scott Matalon speaks with George Alger about teaching kids the basics of computer programming.
Debra Tygell speaks with MB Hanrahan about Artists In The Classroom, which is a Ventura County Arts Council program.
Stephen Weed speaks with George Alger about special needs children, learning disabilities and education.
Ash Archambeau speaks with Sandra Siepak about the nonprofit, Healthy Minds, Healthy Bodies Kids Program. Their activities include meditation, character education, and emotional development for ages 2-18.
Hope Manzano speaks with Bob Taylor about the Oasis After School Program, a nonprofit organization, founded in 2011, which serves over 170 kids and their families in Vicente Guerrero, Baja California, Mexico.
David Creswell, Superintendent of the Ventura Unified School District, speaks with Sandra Siepak about finances, bullying and other matters regarding schools, administration, teachers, parents, students and education.