Choosing the Right School for Your Child Part 1: Matchmaking vs. Prize-winning

Mo the Educator releases installment 1 of a 5 part series designed to help parents navigate the path of choosing the proper school for your child. Listen up, it’s important.

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The Your Child Left Behind Act

The No Child Left Behind Act has encouraged some really unscrupulous and downright despicable behavior on behalf of adults that are supposed to have children’s best interests at heart. The kids are being beaten over the head with bubble-filling and mindless exercises that don’t prepare them for the rigors of high school or college.

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Yet another practical argument against marriage

Touching on a real issue here, ladies, no blame being laid here, not saying right or wrong, but stories like this are definitely on the “cause” side of reasons why brothers are sometimes less than anxious to jump the broom…

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A Man’s Top 5 Dating Fears

The road between “our first date” and “that’s my girlfriend” is commonly a long arduous journey. The person we meet in the beginning is often the elected representitive of our date’s true personality. Over time, the phony washes away and we discover the inner thoughts and behaviors of this possible mate. Here are 5 common fears men have while in the process of dating.

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Johnny J Jones & Angie

Stay tuned for more Relationship Talk from Johnny J Jones and Angie Jones on Roundup Radio

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Father’s Day Technology Gifts

Still Searching for a Gift?? Check these out!

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Love vs. Religion

Would you enter into a long-term a relationship with someone with a different or no religion? Be honest.

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Associated Press Says HBCU’s Graduate Too Few Blacks

The Associated Press recently released the results of a survey they conducted concerning the graduation rate of African Americans from HBCU’s nationwide.

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