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El mundo al día [Radio] - Voice of America
El Mundo al Día (Radio): Rusia lanza decenas de misiles contra Ucrania - enero 26, 2023

El mundo al día [Radio] - Voice of America

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 29:59


Rusia lanza decenas de misiles contra Ucrania después que Estados Unidos y Alemania anunciaron que enviarán tanques de guerra. La economía estadounidense supera las expectativas al crecer un 2.9% en 2022. Washington aboga por un diálogo con Venezuela y Nicaragua, pero no en la OEA.

Conclusiones
¿Qué medidas está tomando la presidenta Boluarte ante la crisis en Perú?

Conclusiones

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 42:15


Los bloqueos de rutas continúan en Perú. Concretamente, en 92 puntos del país, según reportó la Defensoría del Pueblo. En total, unas 36 provincias son escenario de las acciones de protesta, que hasta el momento se saldan con 57 fallecidos, y casi mil heridos. La presidenta Dina Boluarte reconoció este miércoles ante el consejo permanente de la OEA que Perú atraviesa una situación compleja, pero se mantuvo en su línea insistiendo en que el derecho a la protesta pacífica no podía socavar la institucionalidad del país. Fernando del Rincón charla sobre la situación en el país con los congresistas del partido Participación Ciudadana Alejandro Muñante y Carlos Anderson.Para conocer sobre cómo CNN protege la privacidad de su audiencia, visite CNN.com/privacidad

Education Matters
The ABCs of CEA's Larry Carey

Education Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 22:09


Bringing Special Needs Professionals Together - Season 3, Episode 18When he started his teaching career in a pre-K classroom, Columbus Education Association member Larry Carey started a mission to introduce robust vocabulary to his young students who otherwise would likely not have access to rich language opportunities. Although his job title has changed, that work continues with Carey's new children's book, which he is sharing as part of OEA-Retired's Read Across America campaign this year. Carey shares his journey, including why he got involved in OEA-R years before he plans to retire himself. GET THE BOOK | Larry Carey's book, Alliteration Boosts Communication, is available for purchase on Amazon or Book Baby now. WATCH | To see the videos OEA-R members created for the 2022 Read Across America campaign, click here. SUBSCRIBE | Click here to subscribe to Education Matters on Apple Podcasts or click here to subscribe on Google podcasts so you don't miss a thing. And don't forget you can listen to all of the previous episodes anytime on your favorite podcast platform, or by clicking here.Featured Education Matters guest:  Larry Carey, Columbus Education Association member Mr. Larry Carey is a first year PBIS Coordinator in Columbus City Schools. Prior to this role, he was acting as a teacher on special assignment for the NEA Organizing Fellowship Academy. This exclusive fellowship selected only twelve educators across the country to learn the role of organizing and how to engage, assist, and support educators throughout the United States. Mr. Carey's journey began as a student in the Columbus City Schools, where he attended Indianola Elementary, Johnson Park Middle, and graduated from Eastmoor Academy in 2003. Upon receiving his bachelor's degree in Communication, it only took him a few years to realize that he was not walking in his purpose. In 2014, after working as a Pre-Kindergarten instructional assistant and library aide, Mr. Carey enrolled back in college to obtain his teaching license to pursue his goal as an Early Childhood Educator. During the pandemic, Mr. Carey, an admitted perfectionist, began trying to find other ways to make sure his scholars were learning. He created a YouTube channel for those students who may not have had access to a computer but had access to a tablet or phone. He also began completing the final touches to his book Alliteration Boosts Communication: The ABCs of Vocabulary. This book was two years in the making. He got the idea to write the book from one of the Step-Up observers, who was impressed by his scholars knowing the words elated and melancholy. These words along with a plethora of other high-level vocabulary were what he frequently used in the classroom. There, he began writing down alliterations for every letter. He made sure to use vocabulary words that scholars would not regularly hear in their daily communication. To assist with comprehension of the vocabulary, he also includes the meanings of each word with a well-conceived illustration that helps to explain the meaning. After publishing his book, Mr. Carey created companion activities that align to the National Standards for fellow educators that range from Pre-Kindergarten to 8th grade. A vast number of the activities focus on letter recognition, sounds, colors, identifying what is occurring in the illustrations, and of course, vocabulary! For the higher grade levels, vocabulary and creating their own alliteration is key to mastery. These activities along with the book can be found on his website: www.larrycareyltd.com. Connect with OEA: Email educationmatters@ohea.org with your feedback or ideas for future Education Matters topics Like OEA on Facebook Follow OEA on Twitter Follow OEA on Instagram Get the latest news and statements from OEA here Learn more about where OEA stands on the issues  Keep up to date on the legislation affecting Ohio public schools and educators with OEA's Legislative Watch About us: The Ohio Education Association represents about 120,000 teachers, faculty members and support professionals who work in Ohio's schools, colleges, and universities to help improve public education and the lives of Ohio's children. OEA members provide professional services to benefit students, schools, and the public in virtually every position needed to run Ohio's schools. Education Matters host Katie Olmsted serves as Media Relations Consultant for the Ohio Education Association. She joined OEA in May 2020, after a ten-year career as an Emmy Award winning television reporter, anchor, and producer. Katie comes from a family of educators and is passionate about telling educators' stories and advocating for Ohio's students. She lives in Central Ohio with her husband and two young children. This episode was recorded on January 4, 2023.

DEATS with Deanna:  Discussions around Food & Entrepreneurship

This episode is sponsored by the Online Entrepreneur Academy. Are you a dietitian or female wellness expert that's feeling undervalued in your job? Not passionate about what you're doing, or are you working one to one with clients now and want to scale your private practice to group an online coach courses and programs, then OEA is perfect for you. This is a three month high touch coaching program and we are currently enrolling for our next cohort. Apply for the Online Entrepreneur Academy here.   Connect with Deanna: IG: @dietitiandeanna Website: https://dietitiandeanna.com 

Education Matters
Bringing Special Needs Professionals Together

Education Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 19:50


Bringing Special Needs Professionals Together - Season 3, Episode 18The Ohio Association of Special Needs Professionals (OASNP) has been a department in the Ohio Education Association since the early 1980's. The group has grown over the years to include those who serve people with disabilities both through county boards of developmental disabilities and in traditional public school settings. But, as OASNP prepares to host its annual conference in February, leaders say OASNP and the event are valuable for all OEA members. REGISTER | For full details and to sign up to attend OASNP's annual conference February 24-25, 2023, click here.MORE | To learn more about the Ohio Association of Special Needs Professionals and how to join, click here.SUBSCRIBE | Click here to subscribe to Education Matters on Apple Podcasts or click here to subscribe on Google podcasts so you don't miss a thing. And don't forget you can listen to all of the previous episodes anytime on your favorite podcast platform, or by clicking here.Featured Education Matters guest:  Chrissy West, OASNP ChairpersonChristina West is the current chairperson of the Ohio Association of Special Needs Professionals and has worked for the Portage County Board of DD for 17 years. Her current role is working with students and school districts to transition students out of school services into adulthood. She is an active member of OEA and holds a seat on her local city council.  Jené Wilson, OASNP Immediate Past Chair Jené has been an active member of the unified Association since 1973, when she started teaching. She held all offices except Treasurer in her local as well as served on several committees, including as chief negotiator several times. She continues to be active within NEOEA and OEA, serving on several committees. She is a founding member of The Ohio Association of Special Needs Professionals (OASNP,) which was formerly Ohio Association of Professionals for the MR/DD (OAPMRDD) and then Ohio Association for DD Professionals (OADDP.) She has served as Secretary, Vice-Chair and Chairperson of OASNP, and is currently the Immediate Past Chairperson.  Currently: OEA Organizing Strategy | NEOEA: Summer Leadership, Resolutions, Publications, Communications Committees; Public Relations Committee Chairperson |Ohio Association of Special Needs Professionals (OASNP) Past President | Student Teacher Supervisor at Cleveland State University – 2 years Previously: Local President – 10 years |Contract and Grievance Chairperson – 11 years | Chairperson, OASNP - 5 years | OASNP Vice-Chairperson – 24 years |NEOEA/OEA RA delegate – 32 years | NEA RA delegate – 22 years | NEOEA Unit 10 Board of Directors Representative – 3 years | Uniserv Secretary | Local Vice-President, Corresponding Secretary, Recording Secretary | NEOEA and OEA Legislative and Resolutions Committees – 6 years each | OEA Local Development and Training – 6 years | NEOEA Elections Committee – 3 years | Teacher/Behavior Specialist at Cuyahoga County Board of DD – 36 years | Adjunct at Notre Dame College – 10 years Connect with OEA: Email educationmatters@ohea.org with your feedback or ideas for future Education Matters topics Like OEA on Facebook Follow OEA on Twitter Follow OEA on Instagram Get the latest news and statements from OEA here Learn more about where OEA stands on the issues  Keep up to date on the legislation affecting Ohio public schools and educators with OEA's Legislative Watch About us: The Ohio Education Association represents about 120,000 teachers, faculty members and support professionals who work in Ohio's schools, colleges, and universities to help improve public education and the lives of Ohio's children. OEA members provide professional services to benefit students, schools, and the public in virtually every position needed to run Ohio's schools. Education Matters host Katie Olmsted serves as Media Relations Consultant for the Ohio Education Association. She joined OEA in May 2020, after a ten-year career as an Emmy Award winning television reporter, anchor, and producer. Katie comes from a family of educators and is passionate about telling educators' stories and advocating for Ohio's students. She lives in Central Ohio with her husband and two young children. This episode was recorded on January 4, 2023.

Noticentro
El Canciller Marcelo Ebrard califica a la OEA como un desastre

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 2:34


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Education Matters
Working to repeal GPO/WEP

Education Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 20:52


Working to repeal GPO/WEP - Season 3, Episode 17Educators who have worked private sector jobs before or during their time as public employees – and those who are counting on survivor benefits from a spouse who worked a private sector job – are getting shortchanged. The Government Pension Offset and Windfall Elimination Provision mean these educators get a fraction of the social security benefits they should. As retired teacher Judy Novak and OEA Secretary-Treasurer Mark Hill tell us, it's time to change the law.SUBSCRIBE | Click here to subscribe to Education Matters on Apple Podcasts or click here to subscribe on Google podcasts so you don't miss a thing. And don't forget you can listen to all of the previous episodes anytime on your favorite podcast platform, or by clicking here.Featured Education Matters guest:  Judy Novak, OEA-Retired memberJudy Novak spent most of her 36-year career as a Special Education teacher in the Mansfield City Schools. She has been substitute teaching since 2014. Novak was recently appointed to serve on NEA's GPO/WEP advisory task force.  Mark Hill, OEA Secretary-Treasurer Mark Hill, first elected in spring 2018, is currently serving his second three-year term as OEA Secretary-Treasurer. He is a 30-year educator with Worthington City Schools, serving as a middle school math teacher. From 2010-2018, he served as president of the Worthington Education Association (WEA). In his freshman year as WEA president, he led his local in joining the successful repeal of Senate Bill 5 (SB5), an attack to collective bargaining. It was during this period he was twice elected to the STRS Board. Again, he demonstrated strong leadership in his roles as vice chair and chair respectively. Along with the board, he worked to bring long-term sustainability to the pension fund. His second 4-year term with STRS concluded August 31. 2018. Mark has also served as a member of the OEA Board of Directors and as chair of numerous Central OEA/NEA committees as well as chair of the OEA Resolutions Committee. Mark believes it is critical that OEA supports its local associations and their leaders because they shape members' impressions of the value of membership. In these dynamic times, Mark's experienced leadership will be vital as he directs OEA's budget priorities toward an even stronger association.  Connect with OEA: Email educationmatters@ohea.org with your feedback or ideas for future Education Matters topics Like OEA on Facebook Follow OEA on Twitter Follow OEA on Instagram Get the latest news and statements from OEA here Learn more about where OEA stands on the issues  Keep up to date on the legislation affecting Ohio public schools and educators with OEA's Legislative Watch About us: The Ohio Education Association represents about 120,000 teachers, faculty members and support professionals who work in Ohio's schools, colleges, and universities to help improve public education and the lives of Ohio's children. OEA members provide professional services to benefit students, schools, and the public in virtually every position needed to run Ohio's schools. Education Matters host Katie Olmsted serves as Media Relations Consultant for the Ohio Education Association. She joined OEA in May, 2020, after a ten-year career as a television reporter, anchor, and producer. Katie comes from a family of educators and is passionate about telling educators' stories and advocating for Ohio's students. She lives in Central Ohio with her husband and two young children. This episode was recorded on December 13 and December 20, 2022.

OEA Grow
Season 6 Host Introduction

OEA Grow

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 4:30


Welcome to OEA Grow's sixth season, focusing on Student-Centered Curriculum. Our host for season six is educator and leader, Jenoge Khatter. Jenoge is a Social Studies Specialist and Representative Assembly Delegate for Eugene Education Association.  This season Jenoge is going to talk with a variety of educators from all over the state. His experience as a teacher and educator-leader will manifest conversations with insight, humor and practical tips for Oregon educators.  As we listen to Jenoge's conversations about student-centered curriculum, his passion and experience around keeping students at the center of teaching will resonate. As a social studies teacher at Roosevelt Middle School in Eugene, Jenoge focused on civic engagement. His instructional curriculum and planning resulted from students voting on what to learn about. This experience of student-led instruction energized him and motivated him to see how teaching can change society and the world at large. His conversations with educators and leaders from around the state will inspire and empower us to continue the work of student-centered instruction.  Listen in as we learn from Jenoge and his guests about student-centered curriculum and how it can positively impact Oregon students and classrooms. Check out Jenoge's classroom work here: www.tinyurl.com/racciv Are you an OEA member interested in being a guest or host on the OEA Grow Podcast? Find details at https://grow.oregoned.org/podcast

DEATS with Deanna:  Discussions around Food & Entrepreneurship

Have you ever wondered how to take control of your finances as a female? We have our personal finance mentor Mal here today, and she is dedicated to helping others achieve financial freedom. She works on resonating with millennial women and helps empower them to feel good about their finances and not feel intimidated when it comes to negotiating, talking about money, or investing.   Mal is sharing how she stays authentic on social media about her finances, how to better understand your revenue, and ways we can help our kids grow up with a strong money mindset.   In this episode, we cover: How Mal became a personal finance guru [3:04] Keeping it real on Instagram when it comes to talking about money and finances [4:54] What does it mean to be “financially naked” [8:31] Mal's signature program [14:25] Tips on how to better understand revenue [18:50] The power of investing in your business [24:22] Mindset shifts going from shopping addict to personal finance guru [28:01] Ways to release those limiting money blocks and how to help your children grow up with a positive money mindset [38:15]   Connect with Mal: Instagram: @fuelingfinancialfreedom TikTok: @fuelingfinancialfreedom Webite: www.fuelingfinancialfreedom.com   This episode is sponsored by the Online Entrepreneur Academy. Are you a dietitian or female wellness expert that's feeling undervalued in your job? Not passionate about what you're doing, or are you working one to one with clients now and want to scale your private practice to group an online coach courses and programs, then OEA is perfect for you. This is a three month high touch coaching program and we are currently enrolling for our next cohort. Apply for the Online Entrepreneur Academy here.  

Education Matters
Remembering OEA Awards & Scholarships namesakes

Education Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 21:41


Remembering OEA Awards & Scholarships namesakes - Season 3, Episode 16Every year, deserving OEA members receive awards and scholarship money to further the work of pioneering educators and OEA staffers who have come before them. But today's active educators may not know much about the people for whom those scholarships and awards are named, who made their marks decades ago. We asked some of the retired educators who worked alongside a few of them to share their memories. MORE | To learn more about all of the OEA Awards and Scholarships and to download the applications, click here.  The deadline for all applications is January 27, 2023. SUBSCRIBE | Click here to subscribe to Education Matters on Apple Podcasts or click here to subscribe on Google podcasts so you don't miss a thing. And don't forget you can listen to all of the previous episodes anytime on your favorite podcast platform, or by clicking here.Featured Education Matters guest:  Bob Maher, OEA-R Racial and Social Justice Committee vice-chair  Robert "Bob" Maher is a retired elementary teacher living in Athens County, Ohio. He met his late wife Linda while attending Ohio University and working as a graduate assistant. They decided to remain in the area after he graduated because several members of her family lived in Athens County. Bob worked in Morgan and Athens County public schools for the next 34 years teaching grades 3-6. He also taught at Ohio University as an instructor in the College of Education. He was active in the Federal Hocking Teachers Association in a variety of roles, including president, and served as a long-time delegate to the OEA and NEA Representative Assemblies. Bob's work on Conflict Resolution education and international education curricula was recognized at the local, statewide and national level over the course of his career. His passion for peace and justice work continues today with his role as vice-chair of the OEA-R Racial and Social Justice Committee and his volunteer work for the Athens Catholic Community on peace and justice and environmental issues. Bob has been a hospice volunteer for 10 years. He has traveled to all 50 states and several countries on 3 continents, and looks forward to visiting more. He has 3 adult children, a daughter-in-law, and 4 granddaughters.  Don Traxler, life member of NWOEA-R, OEA-R and NEA-R Don was the only son of four children born to Albert and Garnetta Kinley Traxler on the family farm in Wyandot County, Ohio. Don was one of nine graduates with the class of 1954 from Salem Township Local School.  He received his BS in Education from Bowling Green State University in 1958.  His MS in Elementary School Supervision and Administration was conferred in 1965.  He received his PhD in Educational Media from The Ohio State University in December, 1978. Traxler taught in the public schools primarily in northwestern Ohio for five years in grades 5 through 8.  For four years he was the Grand Rapids, Ohio Elementary School Principal half-time and sixth grade teacher in math and science half-time.One year, Traxler was the Wood County Supervisor in Grades five through eight and worked with teachers in 21 schools.  He chaired the committee which developed the guidelines for Science in grades 5 through 8.  With the teachers in Grand Rapids, he conducted the research for and established the guidelines for an Elementary School Student Council.  This included the instructions for conducting elections in each classroom K-6. Traxler was employed by Ohio Northern University from August 1968 through July of 1992.  He began as an Instructor and ended as a full Professor in Education.  He served as Department of Education Chair and Director of Teacher Education for seven years.  He served on numerous committees within the Arts and Science College and was University Council Chair for two years.  This included two years as an ad hoc member of the University Board of Trustees. Traxler was Vice President and President of the Wood County Education Association as well as NWOEA.  The only involvement in OEA initially was as a member of the Professional Problems and Teacher Welfare Committee. Elected in December, 1971, Don served as OEA President-Elect from July 1, 1972 through June 30, 1973.  His term as President was July, 1, 1973 through June 30, 1974.  Traxler has been a life member of OEA and NEA since the middle 1960s and has served as a delegate for many years at all levels.  Connect with OEA: Email educationmatters@ohea.org with your feedback or ideas for future Education Matters topics Like OEA on Facebook Follow OEA on Twitter Follow OEA on Instagram Get the latest news and statements from OEA here Learn more about where OEA stands on the issues  Keep up to date on the legislation affecting Ohio public schools and educators with OEA's Legislative Watch About us: The Ohio Education Association represents about 120,000 teachers, faculty members and support professionals who work in Ohio's schools, colleges, and universities to help improve public education and the lives of Ohio's children. OEA members provide professional services to benefit students, schools, and the public in virtually every position needed to run Ohio's schools. Education Matters host Katie Olmsted serves as Media Relations Consultant for the Ohio Education Association. She joined OEA in May, 2020, after a ten-year career as a television reporter, anchor, and producer. Katie comes from a family of educators and is passionate about telling educators' stories and advocating for Ohio's students. She lives in Central Ohio with her husband and two young children. This episode was recorded on November 30 and December 13, 2022.

Education Matters
A Legacy of Education: Jillian Majzan & Stephanie Hall

Education Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 22:47


A Legacy of Education: Jillian Majzan & Stephanie Hall - Season 3, Episode 15As families gather for the holidays, we know there will be a wide variety of conversation topics. And, we know at least some families - where two or more generations are educators in Ohio's public schools - will be talking shop. In this special "A Legacy of Education" installment, we have a wide-ranging conversation with a mother-daughter educator duo about everything from the Senate Bill 5 fight to their worries about the future of the profession to their shared love for their students. SUBSCRIBE | Click here to subscribe to Education Matters on Apple Podcasts or click here to subscribe on Google podcasts so you don't miss a thing. And don't forget you can listen to all of the previous episodes anytime on your favorite podcast platform, or by clicking here.Featured Education Matters guest:  Jillian Majzan, Middletown City SchoolsJillian Majzan is a middle school language arts teacher in the Middletown City school district but previously taught in Dayton Public Schools for four years. She is also a ONE Member Ambassador. Jillian has a bachelor's degree in Education from Bowling Green State University, a Master's Degree in Exceptional Student Education from Southeastern University, and is working on another Master's program with a focus on Educational Policy and Law. In her spare time, Jillian loves to read, spend time with her fur babies (Atticus, Pip, and Estella), shop, and go on mini adventures with her husband Andrew! She is a passionate advocate for public education and unions and feels lucky to be a part of one!   Stephanie Hall, Dayton Public SchoolsStephanie Hall is a Speech Language Pathologist in the Dayton Public School District. She has a bachelor's degree in Hearing and Speech Sciences and a master's degree in Speech Pathology from Ohio University. She is currently in her 32nd year of teaching and is looking forward to retiring in 2025! She loves spending time with her family, especially her daughter Jillian! She loves listening to Audible while walking her dog Ava and watching television with her cat Tootles Pan.  Connect with OEA: Email educationmatters@ohea.org with your feedback or ideas for future Education Matters topics Like OEA on Facebook Follow OEA on Twitter Follow OEA on Instagram Get the latest news and statements from OEA here Learn more about where OEA stands on the issues  Keep up to date on the legislation affecting Ohio public schools and educators with OEA's Legislative Watch About us: The Ohio Education Association represents about 120,000 teachers, faculty members and support professionals who work in Ohio's schools, colleges, and universities to help improve public education and the lives of Ohio's children. OEA members provide professional services to benefit students, schools, and the public in virtually every position needed to run Ohio's schools. Education Matters host Katie Olmsted serves as Media Relations Consultant for the Ohio Education Association. She joined OEA in May, 2020, after a ten-year career as a television reporter, anchor, and producer. Katie comes from a family of educators and is passionate about telling educators' stories and advocating for Ohio's students. She lives in Central Ohio with her husband and two young children. This episode was recorded on November 17, 2022.

Luis Cárdenas
Crisis en Perú: 'México cruzó la línea cuando cuestionó la Constitución Inca' - 21 Dic 22

Luis Cárdenas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 11:39


En entrevista con Luis Cárdenas para la Primera Emisión de MVS Noticias, Jorge Lomonaco, exembajador de México en Unión Nacional de Geneva, OEA y Países Bajos, habló sobre el embajador mexicano, Pablo Monroy, declarado persona 'non grata'.

DEATS with Deanna:  Discussions around Food & Entrepreneurship
57. From 12 Hour Days Making $4k to Flexibility Making $17k Months as a Dietitian

DEATS with Deanna: Discussions around Food & Entrepreneurship

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 41:35


If you are ready to make more money in your business while working less, then this episode is for you. I am talking to Maddie Saliba, a powerhouse who specializes in helping women incorporate flexible plant-based eating into their lives. Maddie came to work with me in August, and she's gone from hitting 4-5k months in her nutrition business, to her most recent month making 17k!   She is sharing what her life looked like when she was making 5k a month compared to how it looks now, tips for those that are looking to start their own business, and how she has reached such an incredible financial milestone in her business.   In this episode, we cover:   -Why Maddie chose to start her business [3:42] -How much time she was spending in her business when she was making 5k months and what life looks like now [8:31] -The 3 main tips for someone who wants to come out of school and go right into their own business [12:30] -How Maddie decided on her niche [14:19] -Dealing with negativity while promoting plant-based eating [15:55] -What she has done to reach these financial milestones in her business [21:45] -How Maddie uses social media for her business [27:27] -Why she chose to invest in Online Entrepreneur Academy and how it's impacted her growth [32:19] Connect with Maddie: https://www.instagram.com/the.plantbased.nutritionist/  This episode is sponsored by the Online Entrepreneur Academy. Are you a dietitian or female wellness expert that's feeling undervalued in your job? Not passionate about what you're doing, or are you working one to one with clients now and want to scale your private practice to group an online coach courses and programs, then OEA is perfect for you. This is a three month high touch coaching program and we are currently enrolling for our next cohort. Apply for the Online Entrepreneur Academy here.

Education Matters
Standing Together for Public Education

Education Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 21:01


Standing Together for Public Education - Season 3, Episode 14The Ohio Education Association is committed to fighting for great public schools, a strong democracy, racial, social and economic justice in our communities, and the freedom for our students to receive the full and honest education they deserve. We cannot win those fights alone. During the OEA's Fall Representative Assembly, leaders from four of our crucial community partner organizations joined OEA President Scott DiMauro for a panel discussion about their work and the challenges ahead. Part of that conversation is shared here.WATCH | To see the full panel discussion from the 2022 Fall RA, click here. SUBSCRIBE | Click here to subscribe to Education Matters on Apple Podcasts or click here to subscribe on Google podcasts so you don't miss a thing. And don't forget you can listen to all of the previous episodes anytime on your favorite podcast platform, or by clicking here.Featured Education Matters guests:  Jen Miller, Executive Director, Leage of Women Voters of Ohio Cynthia Peeples, Founding Director, Honesty for Ohio Education  Tom Roberts, President, Ohio Conference NAACP Molly Shack, Co-Executive Director, Ohio Organizing CollaborativeRepresenting the All in for Ohio Kids coalition on this panel Connect with OEA: Email educationmatters@ohea.org with your feedback or ideas for future Education Matters topics Like OEA on Facebook Follow OEA on Twitter Follow OEA on Instagram Get the latest news and statements from OEA here Learn more about where OEA stands on the issues  Keep up to date on the legislation affecting Ohio public schools and educators with OEA's Legislative Watch About us: The Ohio Education Association represents about 120,000 teachers, faculty members and support professionals who work in Ohio's schools, colleges, and universities to help improve public education and the lives of Ohio's children. OEA members provide professional services to benefit students, schools, and the public in virtually every position needed to run Ohio's schools. Education Matters host Katie Olmsted serves as Media Relations Consultant for the Ohio Education Association. She joined OEA in May, 2020, after a ten-year career as a television reporter, anchor, and producer. Katie comes from a family of educators and is passionate about telling educators' stories and advocating for Ohio's students. She lives in Central Ohio with her husband and two young children. This episode was recorded December 3, 2022.

DEATS with Deanna:  Discussions around Food & Entrepreneurship
56. 7 Telltale Signs You're Ready to Become an Entrepreneur

DEATS with Deanna: Discussions around Food & Entrepreneurship

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 20:07


As I reflect on my entrepreneurship journey, I want to share with you a list I made of the signs that you may be ready to become an entrepreneur. There are many things I wish I had seen a long time ago that made it clear that entrepreneurship was for me, and hopefully by listening to this episode, you'll realize that entrepreneurship is meant for you too. If you are saying yes to any of these things, then it's time to begin looking into starting your own business.   In this episode we cover: Knowing that you want to make a bigger impact and help others transform their lives [2:39] That feeling of being burnt out and wanting something more [4:37] The fact that you keep thinking about being an entrepreneur, but you keep pushing it back [9:46] You want to continue to grow and evolve [11:40] Having the flexibility to work from anywhere feels so freeing [13:04] Paying attention in meetings is very difficult for you [14:33] Breaking the societal norm of women being in higher roles [16:39]   This episode is sponsored by the Online Entrepreneur Academy. Are you a dietitian or female wellness expert that's feeling undervalued in your job? Not passionate about what you're doing, or are you working one to one with clients now and want to scale your private practice to group an online coach courses and programs, then OEA is perfect for you. This is a three month high touch coaching program and we are currently enrolling for our next cohort. Apply for the Online Entrepreneur Academy here.

La Hora de la Verdad
Alejandro Ordoñez diciembre 09 de 2022

La Hora de la Verdad

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 14:28


Alejandro Ordoñez - ex embajador de Colombia en la OEA y devoto de la virgen María, quien nos hablará sobre la inmaculada Concepción

Education Matters
What's next for the NEXUS pipeline school funding?

Education Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 21:53


What's next for the NEXUS pipeline school funding? - Season 3, Episode 13Let's be real: The topic of public utilities' property tax valuations probably doesn't sound like the most exciting thing in the world. But the ongoing questions around the property tax valuation for the NEXUS pipeline is having a huge impact on school districts in more than a dozen Ohio counties along the pipeline's path. Ideastream reporter Anna Hunstman went searching for answers for a news story earlier this fall, and she joins us to help us understand what her reporting uncovered.SUBSCRIBE | Click here to subscribe to Education Matters on Apple Podcasts or click here to subscribe on Google podcasts so you don't miss a thing. And don't forget you can listen to all of the previous episodes anytime on your favorite podcast platform, or by clicking here.LISTEN AND READ | Click here for Anna Huntsman's full September 22, 2022, Ideastream report, "NEXUS windfall was less than expected for Northeast Ohio schools. A local auditor is fighting back"READ | Click here to see The Sandusky Register's reporting on why Edison Schools postponed a bond issue for a building proposal because of the NEXUS pipeline valuation appeal Featured Education Matters guest:  Anna Huntsman, Ideastream reporterAnna Huntsman covers Akron, Canton and surrounding areas for Ideastream Public Media, Northeast Ohio's NPR and PBS member station. She previously reported on health news during the COVID-19 pandemic. Before joining Ideastream, Anna was a Carnegie-Knight News21 Fellow at Arizona State's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism, where she traveled the country reporting on natural disaster recovery. Anna graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Journalism from Kent State University. Connect with OEA: Email educationmatters@ohea.org with your feedback or ideas for future Education Matters topics Like OEA on Facebook Follow OEA on Twitter Follow OEA on Instagram Get the latest news and statements from OEA here Learn more about where OEA stands on the issues  Keep up to date on the legislation affecting Ohio public schools and educators with OEA's Legislative Watch About us: The Ohio Education Association represents about 120,000 teachers, faculty members and support professionals who work in Ohio's schools, colleges, and universities to help improve public education and the lives of Ohio's children. OEA members provide professional services to benefit students, schools, and the public in virtually every position needed to run Ohio's schools. Education Matters host Katie Olmsted serves as Media Relations Consultant for the Ohio Education Association. She joined OEA in May, 2020, after a ten-year career as a television reporter, anchor, and producer. Katie comes from a family of educators and is passionate about telling educators' stories and advocating for Ohio's students. She lives in Central Ohio with her husband and two young children. This episode was recorded November 15, 2022.

Expansión Daily: Lo que hay que saber
La creación de empleos con seguridad social se debilita; violencia al alza y OEA pide que no haya cambios al INE

Expansión Daily: Lo que hay que saber

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 21:30


Panorama del empleo en MéxicoAtaque armado en un bar de Acapulco deja cinco personas sin vidaEn días clave para reforma electoral, la OEA defiende un INE sin cambios“Modo duende”: la palabra del añoSin aguinaldos en Mazatlán por desvío de recursosMaca Carriedo y Javier Garza comentan las notas más destacadas de la jornada. Compártenos tus opiniones en Instagram: @expansion.dailyEncuentra más información en Expansión

DEATS with Deanna:  Discussions around Food & Entrepreneurship
55. Merging Mental Health and Frozen Food: Founder of Tattooed Chef Speaks Candidly on her Journey

DEATS with Deanna: Discussions around Food & Entrepreneurship

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 38:56


I am so excited about today's episode because I am chatting with Sarah Galletti, the founder and chief creative officer of Tattooed Chef, the fastest growing plant-based frozen food company. Sarah is sharing all of the details on how she decided to start a plant-based food company, the work she has put in to make it grow, as well as her journey with mental health.   In this episode, we cover: Why Sarah chose to start a plant-based frozen food company [2:37] How she was able to get her foot in the door to sell in stores [8:29] Where and how Sarah markets to build awareness [18:24] What's next for the Tattooed Chef [20:18] What Sarah wants to say to registered dietitians that are listening to the show about her products [21:03] A background into Sarah's mental health journey [27:15] Balancing between business, physical health, and mental health [31:43] Connect With SarahIG: @tattooedcheffoods Website: http://www.tattooedchef.com This episode is sponsored by the Online Entrepreneur Academy. Are you a dietitian or female wellness expert that's feeling undervalued in your job? Not passionate about what you're doing, or are you working one to one with clients now and want to scale your private practice to group an online coach courses and programs, then OEA is perfect for you. This is a three month high touch coaching program and we are currently enrolling for our next cohort. Apply for the Online Entrepreneur Academy here.

Comite de Lectura
Escena Internacional con Farid Kahhat: El informe preliminar de la Misión de la OEA en el Perú

Comite de Lectura

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 22:02


El podcast de Farid Kahhat para suscriptores analiza las noticias internacionales más importantes de los últimos días. Hoy Farid nos cuenta sobre la muerte del líder del Estado Islámico, la postura de Rusia de rechazar un diálogo sobre Ucrania con Estados Unidos si no reconoce su anexión de territorios y la decisión de China de flexibilizar su política de Covid cero. Además, nos brinda un análisis sobre el informe preliminar de la Misión de la OEA en el Perú. También puedes ver este podcast en YouTube: https://youtu.be/yxPDdSPKAo8 Si quieres tener acceso a todos los episodios de este podcast exclusivo, puedes suscribirte a Comité de Lectura usando este link: https://comitedelectura.pe/planes/

Sálvese Quien Pueda
¿KEIKO FUJIMORI OCULTÓ INFORMACIÓN AL PODER JUDICIAL?

Sálvese Quien Pueda

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 9:41


Mientras que la OEA advierte que la democracia está en riesgo, el Congreso admite a debate una nueva moción de vacancia presidencial. Además, se confirma llegada de quinta ola de Covid. ¿Keiko Fujimori será amonestada por ocultar información al PJ?

No Hay Derecho
Glatzer Tuesta – Editorial 02 de diciembre de 2022

No Hay Derecho

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 64:17


Escucha aquí la opinión de Glatzer Tuesta, conductor del programa No Hay Derecho. En esta edición de No Hay Derecho, abordamos entre otros temas: - Congreso debatirá y votará la moción de vacancia el 7 de diciembre. - Aprueban los proyectos de Adelanto de Elecciones y la Suspensión Presidencial. - OEA propone una tregua entre los actores políticos en Perú ante crisis política.

Education Matters
Ohio Teacher of the Year Melissa Kmetz

Education Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 19:01


Ohio Teacher of the Year Melissa Kmetz - Season 3, Episode 12Third grade language arts teacher Melissa Kmetz will spend the next year shining the spotlight on Ohio's exceptional educators and our public schools as the 2023 Ohio Teacher of the Year. She shares her thoughts on mandatory retention under the Third Grade Reading Guarantee, the importance of truly seeing students and empowering them to be leaders, and the one big thing she would do if she could wave a magic wand over her classroom.SUBSCRIBE | Click here to subscribe to Education Matters on Apple Podcasts or click here to subscribe on Google podcasts so you don't miss a thing. And don't forget you can listen to all of the previous episodes anytime on your favorite podcast platform, or by clicking here.Featured Education Matters guest: Melissa Kmetz, 2023 Ohio Teacher of the YearMelissa Kmetz is a third grade language arts teacher and Grade Level Chairperson at Lakeview Elementary School in Cortland, Ohio. She was raised in Campbell, Ohio, graduating from Campbell Memorial High School in 1999. Miss Kmetz obtained a full academic scholarship to Youngstown State University and, in 2003, graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Education (Early Childhood P-3). She began her career teaching kindergarten and then first grade in Salem, Ohio. There, she secured a Martha Holden Jennings Grant to Educators, which she used to open a literacy lending library. In 2006, she moved to Lakeview Local Schools, where she has been teaching third grade ever since! She obtained a Master's Degree as a Reading Specialist from Youngstown State University in 2007, graduating with a 4.0 GPA and ranking in the top 1% of her graduating class. That same year, she was awarded the ETS Recognition of Excellence for scoring within the top 15% in the history of her licensure exam, the PLT K-6 Assessment. Miss Kmetz is a fierce advocate for culturally diverse curriculum, global education, and student leadership/activism. She furthered her knowledge in these areas through professional development at Harvard Graduate School of Education in Boston, taking the courses Advancing Culturally Responsive Literature Instruction and Educating Global Citizens. In 2010, she developed a Change the World Project in her school district, where for the past twelve years, Lakeview students have been activists, spearheading charity projects to benefit those in need near and abroad. Source - Ohio Department of Education Connect with OEA: Email educationmatters@ohea.org with your feedback or ideas for future Education Matters topics Like OEA on Facebook Follow OEA on Twitter Follow OEA on Instagram Get the latest news and statements from OEA here Learn more about where OEA stands on the issues  Keep up to date on the legislation affecting Ohio public schools and educators with OEA's Legislative Watch About us: The Ohio Education Association represents about 120,000 teachers, faculty members and support professionals who work in Ohio's schools, colleges, and universities to help improve public education and the lives of Ohio's children. OEA members provide professional services to benefit students, schools, and the public in virtually every position needed to run Ohio's schools. Education Matters host Katie Olmsted serves as Media Relations Consultant for the Ohio Education Association. She joined OEA in May, 2020, after a ten-year career as a television reporter, anchor, and producer. Katie comes from a family of educators and is passionate about telling educators' stories and advocating for Ohio's students. She lives in Central Ohio with her husband and two young children. This episode was recorded November 2, 2022.

OEA Grow
Behavior Strategies for the Early Elementary Classroom (Extended Episode)

OEA Grow

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 38:20


How is student behavior showing up in your work environment? This is the question Alexis poses to first grade teacher Sara Roadman. Sara has 13 years of experience as a classroom teacher, experience as a substitute, and she's also an OEA professional learning facilitator. With challenges such as large class sizes, Sara finds the student-teacher relationship is the most important strategy for classroom management. Sara starts forging these relationships in the beginning of the year by setting routines and expectations, including front loading expectations around strong emotions. She uses the Zones of Regulation and finds them to be very helpful in working with students' emotions. Alexis and Sara also discuss the effectiveness of the “little moments” like making eye contact and listening to students' stories, building students' vocabulary around emotions and behavior, establishing a sense of safety for students, and making sure every student has a voice. They also emphasize the importance of forming relationships with other educators who interact with the same students and the value of Instructional Assistants, Counselors, Behavior Specialists, and parent volunteers. Finally, they offer some wisdom around having a reflective practice and keeping a record of your successes with students.   Resources: Zones of Regulation The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse - Charlie Mackesy Practicing Mindfulness with Students - A webinar with Sara Roadman Pop-its PBIS

Nación Combi
Nación Combi 365: Salvado por el TC, la visita de la OEA, el problema con Qatar

Nación Combi

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 61:45


Bienvenidos a las Pastillas de Nación Combi. Aquí volvemos a colgar segmentos de programas pasados que consideramos que siguen vigentes. Qué hay detrás de la decisión del TC de no aceptar la denuncia del Congreso contra Castillo por un tema en especial, qué hay detrás de la visita de la OEA al Perú pagada con nuestra plata y qué hay detrás de las protestas contra el Mundial de Qatar. Si desean escuchar los episodios enteros, búsquenlos en nuestra cuenta en Ivoox o en la de Spotify.

Comite de Lectura
[#ComitéDeDomingo] 25/11: El premierato de Betssy Chávez y la misión de la OEA

Comite de Lectura

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 54:04


En esta edición extraordinaria de #ComitéDeDomingo, el programa de Comité de Lectura, analizaremos a profundidad las principales noticias de la semana: comentaremos el nombramiento de Betssy Chávez como nueva primera ministro y la decisión del TC de anular el proceso por traición a la patria contra el presidente Pedro Castillo junto al abogado y politólogo Javier Albán También conversaremos con el internacionalista Farid Kahhat sobre lo que sucedió con la misión de la OEA y lo que podemos esperar de su informe. Te invitamos a suscribirte a Comité de Lectura para poder tener acceso a todo el contenido exclusivo que tenemos para ti. Puedes suscribirte usando este link: https://comitedelectura.pe/planes/

Education Matters
A Legacy of Education: Sandra Dowdy & Calista Altenburger

Education Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 22:59


A Legacy of Education: Sandra Dowdy & Calista Altenburger - Season 3, Episode 11Education is a family business for many of Ohio's dedicated teachers, education support professionals, and higher ed faculty members. In Part 2 of our special "A Legacy of Education" season, we meet a mother-daughter duo in Northwest Ohio who share an important teaching philosophy: People first.SUBSCRIBE | Click here to subscribe to Education Matters on Apple Podcasts or click here to subscribe on Google podcasts so you don't miss a thing. And don't forget you can listen to all of the previous episodes anytime on your favorite podcast platform, or by clicking here.Featured Education Matters guest:  Sandra Dowdy, Lincolnview SchoolsSandra Dowdy lives in Van Wert, Ohio. She been married to her husband, Daryl, for 30 years.  They met at Bluffton University where she earned my teaching degree. She has two children who are both educators! Calista is an intervention specialist at Allen East and Justis teaches strength and conditioning along with physical education at Lima Senior. This is her 29th year teaching at Lincolnview Schools. She began as a high school Spanish teacher, then eight years later moved into a junior high math position, and for the past seven years, she has been a junior high language arts teacher. "Teaching is not a job to me," Dowdy says. "It's a privilege to be trusted each day to interact with my students and to be an influence on their lives." Calista Altenburger, Allen East SchoolsCalista Altenburger is a 3rd Grade Intervention Specialist at Allen East Schools, where she is in her second year of teaching. She earned her master's degree in Special Education through BGSU. She also worked for three years at the Hancock County board of Developmental Disabilities as case manager for SSA, and she worked for two years as a Job Developer with Capabilities in collaboration with Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities. Connect with OEA: Email educationmatters@ohea.org with your feedback or ideas for future Education Matters topics Like OEA on Facebook Follow OEA on Twitter Follow OEA on Instagram Get the latest news and statements from OEA here Learn more about where OEA stands on the issues  Keep up to date on the legislation affecting Ohio public schools and educators with OEA's Legislative Watch About us: The Ohio Education Association represents about 120,000 teachers, faculty members and support professionals who work in Ohio's schools, colleges, and universities to help improve public education and the lives of Ohio's children. OEA members provide professional services to benefit students, schools, and the public in virtually every position needed to run Ohio's schools. Education Matters host Katie Olmsted serves as Media Relations Consultant for the Ohio Education Association. She joined OEA in May, 2020, after a ten-year career as a television reporter, anchor, and producer. Katie comes from a family of educators and is passionate about telling educators' stories and advocating for Ohio's students. She lives in Central Ohio with her husband and two young children. This episode was recorded on October 11, 2022.

Sálvese Quien Pueda
PIDEN A JUEZ UBICAR Y CAPTURAR A MARTÍN VIZCARRA

Sálvese Quien Pueda

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 9:49


El Congreso podría quedarse vacío tras el anuncio de desratización de sus instalaciones. Además, Malcricarmen le llevó sus quejas a la OEA y el presidente de la Comisión de Fiscalización es investigado en el Ministerio Público por agredir a un policía.

No Hay Derecho
Glatzer Tuesta – Editorial 23 de noviembre de 2022

No Hay Derecho

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 66:17


Escucha aquí la opinión de Glatzer Tuesta, conductor del programa No Hay Derecho. En esta edición de No Hay Derecho, abordamos entre otros temas: - Misión de la OEA llama al diálogo en Perú para superar la crisis política. - TC ordena al Congreso anular el proceso por traición a la patria contra Pedro Castillo. - México anuncia la suspensión de la reunión de la Alianza del Pacífico ante inasistencia del Perú.

Sálvese Quien Pueda
TODA LA JORNADA DE LA OEA EN LIMA

Sálvese Quien Pueda

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 9:18


Misión de la OEA se reunió con el presidente Castillo, con el titular del Congreso, con la presidenta del Poder Judicial y la Fiscal de la Nación. Hoy continúa encuentros con el fujimorismo y otros partidos de derecha y también con la Iglesia.

No Hay Derecho
Glatzer Tuesta – Editorial 22 de noviembre de 2022

No Hay Derecho

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 64:12


Escucha aquí la opinión de Glatzer Tuesta, conductor del programa No Hay Derecho. En esta edición de No Hay Derecho, abordamos entre otros temas: - Misión de la OEA continúa reuniones con autoridades en Lima. - México propone suspender la reunión de la Alianza del Pacífico ante inasistencia de Pedro Castillo. - Corte Superior de Loreto falla a favor de comunidades indígenas.

La Encerrona
Todo sobre las carencias en los aeropuertos peruanos #LaEncerrona

La Encerrona

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 26:41


¡Buenos días! ✈️ Un abc sobre aeropuertos y las torres de control. A raíz del accidente en el Jorge Chávez, un especialista aeronáutico nos explica como funcionan las pistas de aterrizaje. ¿Qué falta en los aeropuertos del Perú? La Comisión de Alto Nivel de la OEA llegó al Perú y empezó el vía crucis de reuniones con los políticos peruanos. Además, el Poder Judicial dice que la fiscalía sí puede investigar al presidente Castillo. 🇦🇷🏆¿Cómo se están viviendo los ánimos en Argentina por Qatar 2022? ¿Se habla de los abusos a los DD.HH. del país anfitrión? Aquí unos pedacitos de nuestra entrevista con Katya Adaui. **** ¿Te gustó este episodio? ¿Buscas las fuentes de los datos mencionados hoy? Entra a http://patreon.com/ocram para acceder a nuestros grupos exclusivos de Telegram y WhatsApp. También puedes UNIRTE a esta comunidad de YouTube aquí https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP0AJJeNkFBYzegTTVbKhPg/join **** Visita a Tkambio en sus redes sociales: Web: https://bit.ly/tkambio Intagram: https://bit.ly/tkambio_ig Facebook: https://bit.ly/tkambio_fb Y obtén el mejor tipo de cambio de verdad.

Comite de Lectura
[#ComitéDeDomingo] Inicia el Mundial en Catar, Kenji Fujimori condenado y más (20/11/2022)

Comite de Lectura

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 85:00


En esta nueva edición de #ComitéDeDomingo, el programa dominical de Comité de Lectura, analizaremos a profundidad las principales noticias de la semana: comentaremos el inicio del Mundial de fútbol masculino en Qatar junto a Roberto Castro, director general de De Chalaca y conductor del podcast Lectura de Juego. También conversaremos con el penalista Roberto Pereira sobre la condena contra el excongresista Kenji Fujimori por tráfico de influencias y analizaremos junto a Augusto Townsend sobre la cuestión de confianza presentada por el Ejecutivo y la misión de la OEA que llegó hoy a nuestro país. Además, Diego Salazar nos comentará En tiempo real, lo que está sucediendo en los dominicales para que no nos perdamos de nada. Te invitamos a suscribirte a Comité de Lectura para poder tener acceso a todo el contenido exclusivo que tenemos para ti. Puedes suscribirte usando este link: https://comitedelectura.pe/planes/

La Encerrona
ANÍBAL TORRES: ¿Quiere cerrar el Congreso? ¿Puede? #LaEncerrona

La Encerrona

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 24:05


¿Llegó Aníbal Torres para cerrar el Congreso? No, pero nos ha metido a todos en un lío legal ad portas de la misión de la OEA. ¿Qué lío? Lo explicamos. MIENTRAS TANTO: ¿Colapsa Twitter? Renuncias masivas en la empresa comprada por Elon Musk hacen peligrar la continuidad de la red. ADEMÁS: Guido Bellido contra los hermanos Cerrón. Y... Primero fue amenazado; luego, secuestrado y, al final, exiliado. La historia del periodista cubano Abraham Jiménez Enoa, que ayer ganó el Premio a la Libertad de Prensa de la CPJ. **** ¿Te gustó este episodio? ¿Buscas las fuentes de los datos mencionados hoy? Entra a http://patreon.com/ocram para acceder a nuestros grupos exclusivos de Telegram y WhatsApp. También puedes UNIRTE a esta comunidad de YouTube aquí https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP0AJJeNkFBYzegTTVbKhPg/join **** Visita a Tkambio en sus redes sociales: Web: https://bit.ly/tkambio Intagram: https://bit.ly/tkambio_ig Facebook: https://bit.ly/tkambio_fb Y obtén el mejor tipo de cambio de verdad.

La Encerrona
EXCLUSIVO: La demanda que el Congreso quiere PERDER a propósito #LaEncerrona

La Encerrona

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 22:04


El oficialismo y la oposición, junto al Tribunal Constitucional, han descubierto la jugada perfecta para acabar para siempre con la reforma universitaria. Todos los detalles, aquí. MIENTRAS TANTO: Nuevo autogol de la oposición: la presidencia del Congreso filtra un documento calificado como FALSO por la OEA. ADEMÁS: ¿Aníbal Torres irrumpirá hoy en el Congreso? Y... La depredación "legal": pesca indiscriminada de barcos chinos en el mar de América Latina. Un verdadero escándalo descubierto por Michelle Carrere, periodista de Mongabay. **** ¿Te gustó este episodio? ¿Buscas las fuentes de los datos mencionados hoy? Entra a http://patreon.com/ocram para acceder a nuestros grupos exclusivos de Telegram y WhatsApp. También puedes UNIRTE a esta comunidad de YouTube aquí https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP0AJJeNkFBYzegTTVbKhPg/join **** Visita a Tkambio en sus redes sociales: Web: https://bit.ly/tkambio Intagram: https://bit.ly/tkambio_ig Facebook: https://bit.ly/tkambio_fb Y obtén el mejor tipo de cambio de verdad.El oficialismo y la oposición, junto al Tribunal Constitucional, han descubierto la jugada perfecta para acabar para siempre con la reforma universitaria. Todos los detalles, aquí. MIENTRAS TANTO: Nuevo autogol de la oposición: la presidencia del Congreso filtra un documento calificado como FALSO por la OEA. ADEMÁS: ¿Aníbal Torres irrumpirá hoy en el Congreso? Y... La depredación "legal": pesca indiscriminada de barcos chinos en el mar de América Latina. Un verdadero escándalo descubierto por Michelle Carrere, periodista de Mongabay. **** ¿Te gustó este episodio? ¿Buscas las fuentes de los datos mencionados hoy? Entra a http://patreon.com/ocram para acceder a nuestros grupos exclusivos de Telegram y WhatsApp. También puedes UNIRTE a esta comunidad de YouTube aquí https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP0AJJeNkFBYzegTTVbKhPg/join **** Visita a Tkambio en sus redes sociales: Web: https://bit.ly/tkambio Intagram: https://bit.ly/tkambio_ig Facebook: https://bit.ly/tkambio_fb Y obtén el mejor tipo de cambio de verdad.

Education Matters
A Legacy of Education: The Jessens

Education Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 19:33


A Legacy of Education: The Jessens - Season 3, Episode 10A passion for education seems to run in families, and it is not uncommon for Ohioans to follow their parent's footsteps into the education profession. In Part One of a new series on Education Matters, we're hearing from Vermillion High School teacher Rebecca Jessen and her daughter, James, who is in her first semester as an Art Education major at Ashland University. SUBSCRIBE | Click here to subscribe to Education Matters on Apple Podcasts or click here to subscribe on Google podcasts so you don't miss a thing. And don't forget you can listen to all of the previous episodes anytime on your favorite podcast platform, or by clicking here.Featured Education Matters guest:  Rebecca Jessen, Vermillion High School teacher, Vermillion, OhioRebecca Jessen is a career educator who has taught at both the high school and collegiate levels. Rebecca earned Bachelor's and Master's degrees in biology from Bowling Green State University. She has been teaching biology at Vermilion High School for twenty years. Rebecca served as the president of Vermilion Teachers Association for over a decade and is currently a building representative, a member of the negotiating team and the building labor relations committee, and chair of the Lakeshore 58 leadership council. Rebecca resides on Catawba Island with her fiance David, her daughter James (when home from college), and their dog, Dolly. James Jessen, Aspiring Educator, Ashland UniversityJames Jessen is a 2022 graduate of Vermilion High School and is presently an art education major at Ashland University. She is a member of the Ashland University marching band and art club, a member of the National Honor Society and was a delegate to Buckeye Girls State. James is a portrait artist and owns her own business, James and the Giant Canvas. She is a member of the Greater Port Clinton Area Arts Council and NEA/OEA Aspiring Educators. James currently resides at Ashland University and she misses her dog, Dolly. Connect with OEA: Email educationmatters@ohea.org with your feedback or ideas for future Education Matters topics Like OEA on Facebook Follow OEA on Twitter Follow OEA on Instagram Get the latest news and statements from OEA here Learn more about where OEA stands on the issues  Keep up to date on the legislation affecting Ohio public schools and educators with OEA's Legislative Watch About us: The Ohio Education Association represents about 120,000 teachers, faculty members and support professionals who work in Ohio's schools, colleges, and universities to help improve public education and the lives of Ohio's children. OEA members provide professional services to benefit students, schools, and the public in virtually every position needed to run Ohio's schools. Education Matters host Katie Olmsted serves as Media Relations Consultant for the Ohio Education Association. She joined OEA in May, 2020, after a ten-year career as a television reporter, anchor, and producer. Katie comes from a family of educators and is passionate about telling educators' stories and advocating for Ohio's students. She lives in Central Ohio with her husband and two young children. This episode was recorded on September 27, 2022.

DEATS with Deanna:  Discussions around Food & Entrepreneurship
54. Why every women needs to care about training for bone health - Osteoporosis and Disordered Eating

DEATS with Deanna: Discussions around Food & Entrepreneurship

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 49:51


Did you know that 1 in 2 American women will fracture a bone due to osteoporosis? As a woman, it is essential that you care about your bone health. For those that have struggled with an eating disorder and period loss, those can be huge contributing factors to early onset osteoporosis. But there are things that we can do in our daily lives to help us lower that risk of losing bone at such a quick rate.   Today, I'm speaking with Rachel Ridgeway. Rachel is an Osteoporosis and Senior Fitness Specialist, as well as the owner of Ridge Senior Fitness, a company that is dedicated to improving the quality of life for older adults. Her focus is teaching strength and balance techniques to help all of her clients age gracefully and prevent future injuries.   In this episode, we cover: How the loss of your period can impact bone health (1:12) How Rachel got started in focusing on bone health (5:18) Why we should care about our bone health (7:24) The signs of osteopenia (12:51) What kind of content Rachel shares with her audience (17:30) The first step women can take if they feel like they need help (20:05) What encouraged Rachel to join the Online Academy (25:12) Rachel's biggest fear when it came to niching down (30:01) The best and worst parts of social media growth (36:24) The income and lifestyle changes Rachel experienced after being in the Online Academy (40:04) Different ways you can train to improve bone health (45:04) This episode is sponsored by the Online Entrepreneur Academy. Are you a dietitian or female wellness expert that's feeling undervalued in your job? Not passionate about what you're doing, or are you working one to one with clients now and want to scale your private practice to group an online coach courses and programs, then OEA is perfect for you. This is a three month high touch coaching program and we are currently enrolling for our next cohort. Apply for the Online Entrepreneur Academy here.

Education Matters
The Case Against Mandatory Retention Under the 3rd Grade Reading Guarantee

Education Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 21:05


The Case Against Mandatory Retention Under the 3rd Grade Reading Guarantee - Season 3, Episode 9Ohio lawmakers have the chance to correct a major flaw with the state's so-called Third Grade Reading Guarantee by ending the requirement that students who don't achieve a cut score on one high-stakes test be held back in the 3rd grade. The State Board of Education is set to consider a resolution supporting that change at its November meeting. On this episode, Furman University professor Dr. Paul Thomas shares his research findings that show mandatory retention is ineffective and disproportionately harms students of color.SUBSCRIBE | Click here to subscribe to Education Matters on Apple Podcasts or click here to subscribe on Google podcasts so you don't miss a thing. And don't forget you can listen to all of the previous episodes anytime on your favorite podcast platform, or by clicking here.MORE | To read Dr. Thomas' white paper, "A Critical Examination of Grade Retention as Reading Policy," click here. WATCH | Click here to watch the full October 10th press event with OEA President Scott DiMauro, Dr. Paul Thomas, State Board of Education member Dr. Christina Collins, HB 497 joint sponsor Rep. Gayle Manning, and Campbell Education Association member Karen Carney. Featured Education Matters guest: Dr. Paul Thomas P. L. Thomas, Professor of Education (Furman University), taught high school English for 18 years in South Carolina before moving to teacher education and teaching first-year writing. He is author of How to End the Reading War and Serve the Literacy Needs of All Students: A Primer for Parents, Policy Makers, and People Who Care 2nd ed(IAP).  Follow him at his blog http://radicalscholarship.wordpress.com/ and on Twitter @plthomasEdD.  Connect with OEA: Email educationmatters@ohea.org with your feedback or ideas for future Education Matters topics Like OEA on Facebook Follow OEA on Twitter Follow OEA on Instagram Get the latest news and statements from OEA here Learn more about where OEA stands on the issues  Keep up to date on the legislation affecting Ohio public schools and educators with OEA's Legislative Watch About us: The Ohio Education Association represents about 120,000 teachers, faculty members and support professionals who work in Ohio's schools, colleges, and universities to help improve public education and the lives of Ohio's children. OEA members provide professional services to benefit students, schools, and the public in virtually every position needed to run Ohio's schools. Education Matters host Katie Olmsted serves as Media Relations Consultant for the Ohio Education Association. She joined OEA in May, 2020, after a ten-year career as a television reporter, anchor, and producer. Katie comes from a family of educators and is passionate about telling educators' stories and advocating for Ohio's students. She lives in Central Ohio with her husband and two young children. This episode was recorded on October 17, 2022.

DEATS with Deanna:  Discussions around Food & Entrepreneurship
53. Building a Successful Private Practice as an Eating Disorder Dietitian

DEATS with Deanna: Discussions around Food & Entrepreneurship

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 38:13 Very Popular


In today's episode, I'm speaking with Kara Osburn. Kara is a registered dietician who specializes in the treatment of severe disordered eating and eating disorders. As a dietician, she is also someone who struggled with disordered eating herself.   Kara shares with us her transition into a private practice, the things she would change if she could go back to working in a residential treatment facility, and how to be successful once coming home from treatment.     In this episode, we cover: What led Kara into becoming an eating disorder dietitian [1:58] The type of eating disorder she had and how she got help [3:04] Tips for those that are struggling with an eating disorder, but want to be a dietitian [4:11] How an eating disorder can become more sophisticated [6:47] What she would change if she could go back to the residential eating disorder center [10:14] Being successful after leaving a residential treatment facility [16:15] Tips for those that are in recovery and wanting to get pregnant [21:37] Why she joined the Online Entrepreneur Academy and what she's most proud of [27:08] Connect with Kara: Website: eatingwithkara.com Instagram: eatingwith_kara This episode is sponsored by the Online Entrepreneur Academy. Are you a dietitian or female wellness expert that's feeling undervalued in your job? Not passionate about what you're doing, or are you working one to one with clients now and want to scale your private practice to group an online coach courses and programs, then OEA is perfect for you. This is a three month high touch coaching program and we are currently enrolling for our next cohort. Apply for the Online Entrepreneur Academy here.

Nación Combi
Nación Combi 362: Adiós Odebrecht, OEA nos visita, novedades en las redes sociales

Nación Combi

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 54:32


Bienvenidos a las Pastillas de Nación Combi. Aquí volvemos a colgar segmentos de programas pasados que consideramos que siguen vigentes. Esta semana hablamos del anuncio con respecto a las investigaciones de Odebrecht, de todo lo que implica la visita de la OEA y de las novedades que han habido estos días relacionadas a las redes sociales. Como por ejemplo que Elon Musk despidió a medio Twitter. Si desean escuchar los episodios enteros, búsquenlos en nuestra cuenta en Ivoox o en la de Spotify.

Education Matters
Supporting Diverse Educators

Education Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 21:07


Supporting Diverse Educators - Season 3, Episode 8Ohio's education workforce is made up of people of all races, ethnicities, backgrounds, genders, and sexual orientations. This diversity is extremely valuable in our public school classrooms. But, too often, educators of color or those in the LGBTQ+ community don't feel welcomed or valued. Hilliard Education Association President Linna Jordan is working to change that.SUBSCRIBE | Click here to subscribe to Education Matters on Apple Podcasts or click here to subscribe on Google podcasts so you don't miss a thing. And don't forget you can listen to all of the previous episodes anytime on your favorite podcast platform, or by clicking here.Featured Education Matters guest: Linna Jordan, Hilliard Education Association President In her 25 years in education, Linna Jordan has taught in urban and suburban districts including two years in Houston ISD as a bilingual elementary teacher. Most of her experience, though, has been as a high school EL and Spanish teacher. During her time at Davidson High School, she served in various leadership and committee positions including several aimed specifically at DEI. This is her second year as president of the Hilliard Education Association. Jordan also has several additional union roles: OEA Board of Directors for Central Unit 8; chair of OEA Hispanic Caucus; chair of OHIO Leadership Council; Central Membership Development chair and member of OEA's EL Cadre among others. Connect with OEA: Email educationmatters@ohea.org with your feedback or ideas for future Education Matters topics Like OEA on Facebook Follow OEA on Twitter Follow OEA on Instagram Get the latest news and statements from OEA here Learn more about where OEA stands on the issues  Keep up to date on the legislation affecting Ohio public schools and educators with OEA's Legislative Watch About us: The Ohio Education Association represents about 120,000 teachers, faculty members and support professionals who work in Ohio's schools, colleges, and universities to help improve public education and the lives of Ohio's children. OEA members provide professional services to benefit students, schools, and the public in virtually every position needed to run Ohio's schools. Education Matters host Katie Olmsted serves as Media Relations Consultant for the Ohio Education Association. She joined OEA in May, 2020, after a ten-year career as a television reporter, anchor, and producer. Katie comes from a family of educators and is passionate about telling educators' stories and advocating for Ohio's students. She lives in Central Ohio with her husband and two young children. This episode was recorded on August 23, 2022.

DEATS with Deanna:  Discussions around Food & Entrepreneurship

 In today's episode, I am talking about the Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo, which was in Orlando, Florida earlier this month. This is my fourth time attending the conference, so I consider myself an expert, and I am so excited to share my thoughts with you about my latest experience. I share more about what FNCE is, my own experience this time around having a booth, connecting with professionals in my field, and some cool new food products I discovered!    In this episode, we cover: What is the FNCE? [1:47] Hosting a booth and promoting private practice [4:36] Connecting with brand events, other dietitians, and industry professionals [8:00] New food products [10:49] Final thoughts on FNCE 2022 [17:25]   This episode is sponsored by the Online Entrepreneur Academy. Are you a dietitian or female wellness expert that's feeling undervalued in your job? Not passionate about what you're doing, or are you working one to one with clients now and want to scale your private practice to group an online coach courses and programs, then OEA is perfect for you. This is a three month high touch coaching program and we are currently enrolling for our next cohort. Apply for the Online Entrepreneur Academy here.

Comite de Lectura
Las noticias con Augusto Townsend: Yenifer Paredes libre y Kelly Portalatino de ministra (31/10/22)

Comite de Lectura

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 17:23


Las noticias con Augusto Townsend: Yenifer Paredes libre y Kelly Portalatino de ministra (31/10/22) - Tras regresar luego de unu breve descanso, Augusto Townsend comenta las principales noticias de los últimos días: la liberación de Yenifer Paredes, la conformación de la misión de alto nivel que enviará la OEA al Perú y la designación de Kelly Portalatino como ministra de Salud.

Education Matters
State Supreme Court Candidate Spotlight

Education Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 18:08


State Supreme Court Candidate Spotlight - Season 3, Episode 7Ohio's lingering redistricting fight has clearly shown that who sits on the Ohio Supreme Court matters. And beyond redistricting, the Ohio Supreme Court justices also make important decisions on major issues that impact public education, educators and students. That's why OEA members have recommended Justice Jennifer Brunner, Judge Terri Jamison, and Judge Marilyn Zayas for election to three open seats on Ohio's highest court this fall. They introduced themselves to members at a Member Activist Forum last spring.MORE | OEA Members can learn more about the OEA Member-recommended candidates on the ballot in their community by visiting Ohioballot.com. You can also learn more about the OEA Fund and its screening and endorsement process here.SUBSCRIBE | Click here to subscribe to Education Matters on Apple Podcasts or click here to subscribe on Google podcasts so you don't miss a thing. And don't forget you can listen to all of the previous episodes anytime on your favorite podcast platform, or by clicking here. Featured Education Matters guests:  Justice Jennifer Brunner, candidate for Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice https://www.justicebrunner.com/ On November 3, 2020, Jennifer Brunner was elected Justice of the Ohio Supreme Court.  Previously she served as a judge of the Tenth District Court of Appeals for 6 years and the Franklin County Common Pleas Court for nearly 5 years. As a trial court judge Brunner founded the county's adult felony drug court, known as the TIES (Treatment is Essential to Success) Program, now in operation for more than18 years. She was elected Ohio's first woman Secretary of State on November 7, 2006, and held the office for four years. While in that office, she became the first Ohioan to receive the John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award from the bipartisan board of the JFK Library and Museum in Boston. Justice Brunner was a candidate for the U.S. Senate in 2010.  She has 17 years of private law practice experience and has provided rule of law technical expertise to the government of the Republic of Serbia, election observation in the Arab Republic of Egypt, and rule of law instruction at the bar association of Sri Lanka through the U.S. state department (USAID), as well as provided remote technical training through the American Bar Association (ABA) to the Republic of Kazakhstan, and in August 2022, in-person assistance to the Republic of Benin's Human Rights Commission.  She has gained a deep understanding of the importance of a strong and well-functioning judiciary to preserving peace and growing democracy through the rule of law.  A native of Springfield, Ohio, Justice Brunner has been married to Rick Brunner since 1978.  They have 3 adult children and 6 grandchildren, 3 dogs and 2 cats and spend time at their home in Columbus and at their farm in Columbiana County in Northeast Ohio. Judge Marilyn Zayas, candidate for Ohio Supreme Court Associate Justice https://judgemarilynzayas.com/ Judge Marilyn Zayas learned from an early age that everyone should be treated fairly and equally. This is a core belief and guides Marilyn in her personal and professional life. She was born in Spanish Harlem and grew up in a tough New York City neighborhood. Although she earned a college degree in computer science and moved to Cincinnati to become an IT Manager for Proctor & Gamble, Marilyn always dreamed of becoming a lawyer. After six years, in 1994, Marilyn left P&G and pursued her dream, enrolling in and then graduating with a law degree from the University of Cincinnati College of Law in 1997. In addition to realizing her dream, Marilyn also knew she had found a wonderful home in Ohio where she could raise her children. She went to work serving her community and eventually built her own law firm representing everyone from the poor to millionaires to refugees. Throughout her career, she never lost sight of her passion for justice. In 2016, Marilyn was elected to the First District Court Of Appeals of Ohio. She was proud to know she was the only Latina judge on any district court of appeals in the state. Her reputation for fairness grew. Her commitment to faithfully apply the law and the constitution was recognized by her peers. So Judge Zayas was asked to sit in on cases as a visiting judge on the Second, Sixth, Eighth and Tenth District Courts of Appeals. Judge Zayas was also selected by the Ohio Supreme Court's Chief Justice to be a sitting judge on the Ohio Supreme Court for a recused justice. In 2022, Judge Zayas decided to run for the Ohio Supreme Court.Judge Marilyn Zayas's family includes her three adult children and two adopted rescue dogs, Thor and Sparkle Lou. Judge Terri Jamison, candidate for Ohio Supreme Court Associate Justice https://www.votejudgejamison.com/ Judge Terri Jamison's journey from the coal fields of West Virginia to the highest reaches of the legal profession is a testament to her strength, intelligence, perseverance, and persistence. Judge Jamison worked as one of the few women in the underground coal mines, made Columbus her home, later opened and ran her own insurance agency for over 16 years, and attended college while working full time. Terri sold her agency and enrolled in the Capital University School of Law and obtained her Juris Doctorate in 2004. As an attorney, Terri worked in the Franklin County Public Defender's Office representing indigent clients in the Municipal Court System and served as a Hearing Officer for the Ohio Unemployment Compensation Review Commission. She practiced in the US District Court, Southern District of Ohio. She opened her own law office, practicing Criminal, Juvenile, Domestic Relations, and Probate law at the trial and appellate level. She was admitted to practice at the Supreme Court of the United States in 2007. In 2012, she was elected judge of the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas, Division of Domestic Relations and Juvenile Branch. She was overwhelmingly reelected to the Common Pleas bench in 2018 and then elected to the Tenth District Court of Appeals in 2020. During her time on the bench, Judge Jamison has used her experience, perspective, talent, and knowledge to develop new strategies to empower families. She also devoted considerable time, energy, and attention to issues related to equal access to justice, diversity, inclusion, and the need to develop alternatives to detention for juveniles. Along with her many other accomplishments, Judge Jamison is most proud of being a spouse to Ricardo “Ty” Gary, a retired Franklin County Deputy Sheriff who has started a new career as a realtor with E-Merge Realty. Their blended family includes three sons, Tremayne, Demetrius, and Sean, seven grandchildren, and one great-granddaughter. Connect with OEA: Email educationmatters@ohea.org with your feedback or ideas for future Education Matters topics Like OEA on Facebook Follow OEA on Twitter Follow OEA on Instagram Get the latest news and statements from OEA here Learn more about where OEA stands on the issues  Keep up to date on the legislation affecting Ohio public schools and educators with OEA's Legislative Watch About us: The Ohio Education Association represents about 120,000 teachers, faculty members and support professionals who work in Ohio's schools, colleges, and universities to help improve public education and the lives of Ohio's children. OEA members provide professional services to benefit students, schools, and the public in virtually every position needed to run Ohio's schools. Education Matters host Katie Olmsted serves as Media Relations Consultant for the Ohio Education Association. She joined OEA in May, 2020, after a ten-year career as a television reporter, anchor, and producer. Katie comes from a family of educators and is passionate about telling educators' stories and advocating for Ohio's students. She lives in Central Ohio with her husband and two young children. The conversations with Justice Brunner, Judge Jamison and Judge Zayas were recorded at an OEA Member Activist Forum on March 26, 2022.

DEATS with Deanna:  Discussions around Food & Entrepreneurship
51. Navigating Food Freedom & The Desire to Lose Weight

DEATS with Deanna: Discussions around Food & Entrepreneurship

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 37:18


Connect with Lisa: IG: @lisamnutrition (https://www.instagram.com/lisamnutrition/) Website: https://www.nynutritiongroup.com/  Book Link + Audience Discount Code: https://www.nynutritiongroup.com/shop/core3book Use Core20 at checkout for 20% off the book Connect with Deanna: IG: @dietitiandeanna Website: https://dietitiandeanna.com    This episode is sponsored by the Online Entrepreneur Academy. Are you a dietitian or female wellness expert that's feeling undervalued in your job? Not passionate about what you're doing, or are you working one to one with clients now and want to scale your private practice to group an online coach courses and programs, then OEA is perfect for you. This is a three month high touch coaching program and we are currently enrolling for our next cohort. Apply for the Online Entrepreneur Academy here.  

Conclusiones
¿Por qué el presidente Pedro Castillo recurrió a la OEA?

Conclusiones

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 41:45


El presidente Perú, Pedro Castillo, pidió a la OEA activar la Carta Democrática Interamericana para "preservar la institucionalidad democrática y el ejercicio de poder”, después de que la fiscal Patricia Benavides presentara una denuncia de inconstitucionalidad en su contra. En Conclusiones, Walter Gutiérrez, exdefensor del Pueblo de Perú, critica la petición de Castillo y asegura que desde ya es una derrota. También señaló agrega que el mandatario se ha equivocado al meterse con la Fiscalía de la Nación respetada a nivel regional.Para conocer sobre cómo CNN protege la privacidad de su audiencia, visite CNN.com/privacidad