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In Episode 81 of the Roundtable Talk podcast, our hosts Hal Nunn, Ruben Castellon, and Chris Holland offer a conservative perspective on the NFL's decision to play the black national anthem. They discuss the importance of unity under one flag and one anthem, emphasizing traditional American values. The episode also delves into the complexities of broadcasting rights, particularly concerning the NFL Super Bowl, and reflects on the unpredictable weather in North Carolina. This episode is a must-listen for those who value conservative, Christian viewpoints on current societal issues.

Discussion with Michele Morrow:
Michele Morrow, a candidate for North Carolina Department of Public Instruction Superintendent, joined the podcast in the second segment. The conversation covered various educational topics, including:
  1. Michele Morrow's Background and Candidacy:
    • Born in New York, raised in Charlotte, North Carolina.
    • Experience in homeschooling, private, and public schooling systems.
    • Running for School Board to address concerns in the public education system.
  2. Views on Current Educational Issues:
    • Strong stance against CRT (Critical Race Theory), DEI (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion), and SEL (Social Emotional Learning).
    • Emphasis on returning to basic moral instruction and focusing on essential academic skills.
    • Advocacy for auditing educational spending and reallocating resources effectively.
  3. Approach to Improving Education:
    • Need for an audit to understand the allocation of educational funds.
    • Focus on teacher recruitment, especially in rural areas.
    • Importance of discipline and a code of conduct in schools.
    • Encouraging community partnerships for internships and work-study programs.
  4. Addressing Teacher Shortages and Qualifications:
    • Discussion on the challenges faced by substitute teachers becoming certified.
    • The necessity of reducing bureaucratic barriers in the teaching profession.
    • Advocating for the inclusion of individuals with practical experience in teaching roles.
In Episode 81 of the Roundtable Talk podcast, our hosts Hal Nunn, Ruben Castellon, and Chris Holland offer a conservative perspective on the NFL's decision to play the black national anthem. They discuss the importance of unity under one flag and one anthem, emphasizing traditional American values. The episode also delves into the complexities of broadcasting rights, particularly concerning the NFL Super Bowl, and reflects on the unpredictable weather in North Carolina. This episode is a must-listen for those who value conservative, Christian viewpoints on current societal issues. Discussion with Michele Morrow: Michele Morrow, a candidate for North Carolina Department of Public Instruction Superintendent, joined the podcast in the second segment. The conversation covered various educational topics, including: Michele Morrow's Background and Candidacy: Born in New York, raised in Charlotte, North Carolina. Experience in homeschooling, private, and public schooling systems. Running for School Board to address concerns in the public education system. Views on Current Educational Issues: Strong stance against CRT (Critical Race Theory), DEI (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion), and SEL (Social Emotional Learning). Emphasis on returning to basic moral instruction and focusing on essential academic skills. Advocacy for auditing educational spending and reallocating resources effectively. Approach to Improving Education: Need for an audit to understand the allocation of educational funds. Focus on teacher recruitment, especially in rural areas. Importance of discipline and a code of conduct in schools. Encouraging community partnerships for internships and work-study programs. Addressing Teacher Shortages and Qualifications: Discussion on the challenges faced by substitute teachers becoming certified. The necessity of reducing bureaucratic barriers in the teaching profession. Advocating for the inclusion of individuals with practical experience in teaching roles. read more read less

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