The Morning Show

The Morning Show – January 27, 2005

7:00 am
Open Court Reading Program, a product of Mcgraw-Hill. Margaret Moustafa, Professor of Education at Cal State Los Angeles,
experienced classroom teacher, has done research on the effectiveness of
Open Court,
Hannah Acevedo, taught Open Court in Los Angeles for five years, she is now
a school psychologist, Alexandra Kay, parent, her nine-year-old son goes to
Allendale School in Oakland.

8:00 am
Jerry Brown’s Curfew of Oakland’s Parolees. Critical Resistance.

8:20 am
Jennifer Stone with Stone’s Throw.

8:30 am
Heart of the Congo. Tom Weidlinger, producer of Heart of the Congo; Samba Ngo, Congolese singer, songwriter.


Morning Show Segue Music:



Time: 7:33


Artist: Dj Harry


Title: Shadows


Album: Collision

Label: SCI Fidelity Records


Time: 8:29


Artist: Samba Ngo


Title: Ndoto


Album: Ndoto

Label: Samba Ngo Productions


Time: 8:38


Artist: Samba Ngo


Title: Marriage


Album: Ndoto

Label: Samba Ngo Productions

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