The J.A.M.E.S Inc Podcast

Marcus Anderson, Clinic Director and Instructor at Northeastern State University's Speech-Language Pathology Program, joins Alisa Bell and Jesse Ulrich to talk about how the laws and policies (like FERPA) that are designed to protect the privacy of students and children affects all of us, both positively and negatively. If you have ever wondered what happens to your children's or your records when you turn 18, what an IEP is, and what you can and not find out about a student in school, this is the episode for you. To find out more about J.A.M.E.S. Inc. visit their website: https://jamesinc.org/Please subscribe to this podcast, anywhere podcasts can be found! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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One can talk about parenting and one can talk about what it takes to raise a child while still a teenager, the best way to learn and be educated about this subject is to hear from those parents themselves and the experts who are helping them. About J.A.M.E.S Inc:T he product of Alisa Bell-Davis’ insights and experiences, J.A.M.E.S., Inc. (Just About Mothers Excelling in School) was established in 2006 to encourage and support higher educational aspirations among expecting and parenting teens and adolescents (up to age 24). An early parent herself, Ms. Bell-Davis recognized that completion of secondary education alone was unlikely enough to provide young parents with the opportunities they desired for their children. This description is from The J.A.M.E.S Inc Podcast.

One can talk about parenting and one can talk about what it takes to raise a child while still a teenager, the best way to learn and be educated about this subject is to hear from those parents themselves and the experts who are helping them.


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