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.
Ventura Unified School District Superintendent, David Creswell, speaks with Sandra Siepak about the Thomas Fire challenges and ongoing school safety concerns.
Mary Kerrigan, speaks with Sandra Siepak about Step Up Ventura, which serves homeless children in Ventura.
Angie Allmendinger speaks with Sandra Siepak about School on Wheels, which has been tutoring homeless children since 1993.
CA Assemblymember, Jacqui Irwin, speaks with Sandra Siepak about local achievements and improvements for veterans, education, cybersecurity, seniors, water supply and roads.
Kristie Akl speaks with Bob Taylor about KidStream, which is an emerging children’s museum that will provide an engaging environment where kids explore, play, and discover for the purpose of inspiring and empowering kids to become critical thinkers, innovators, and