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  • Jul 22 8:30 am
    Caucus: New Jersey
    Caucus Up Close: Robert Kelchen; Beverly Lynn; Dennis Wilson
    As part of the Future of Higher Education series, Steve Adubato and Robert Kelchen, Assistant Professor of Higher Education at Seton Hall University and Author, “Higher Education Accountability,” talk about affordability, how colleges in New Jersey offer scholarships and grants to help with the costs and the importance of prospective students to pursue a major that will make them happy, but also financially stable after graduation. As part of the Right from the Start NJ series, Steve Adubato speaks with Beverly Lynn, CEO of Programs for Parents about the importance of nurturing, caring and loving your child in order to build a foundation for success. She also discusses how quality childcare is hard to find and even harder to afford in some parts of the state. Steve Adubato and Dennis Wilson, President & CEO, Delta Dental of New Jersey and Connecticut discuss the issue of accessibility to oral healthcare and affordability of dental benefits for underserved populations in New Jersey. They also talk about the correlation between oral health and overall health, and ways dentists are able to identify a number of health concerns during routine assessments and treatments.
  • Jul 24 5:30 am
    Caucus: New Jersey
    Caucus Up Close: Robert Kelchen; Beverly Lynn; Dennis Wilson
    As part of the Future of Higher Education series, Steve Adubato and Robert Kelchen, Assistant Professor of Higher Education at Seton Hall University and Author, “Higher Education Accountability,” talk about affordability, how colleges in New Jersey offer scholarships and grants to help with the costs and the importance of prospective students to pursue a major that will make them happy, but also financially stable after graduation. As part of the Right from the Start NJ series, Steve Adubato speaks with Beverly Lynn, CEO of Programs for Parents about the importance of nurturing, caring and loving your child in order to build a foundation for success. She also discusses how quality childcare is hard to find and even harder to afford in some parts of the state. Steve Adubato and Dennis Wilson, President & CEO, Delta Dental of New Jersey and Connecticut discuss the issue of accessibility to oral healthcare and affordability of dental benefits for underserved populations in New Jersey. They also talk about the correlation between oral health and overall health, and ways dentists are able to identify a number of health concerns during routine assessments and treatments.
  • Jul 28 8:30 am
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    Caucus: New Jersey
    Hunger at Home
    1 in 6 people in America face hunger. The USDA defines "food insecurity" as the lack of access, at times, to enough food for all household members. This Caucus: New Jersey panel highlights grass-roots organizations working to help individuals and families faced with economic hardship meet their most basic needs. Guests Include: Marlene Ceragno, Founder, The Adult Care Brief Bank (“The Brief Babe”) Natasha Rodgers, Founder & CEO, The Simuel Whitfield Simmons Organization Chip Paillex, President & Founder, America’s Grow a Row
  • Jul 29 8:30 am
    WATCH ONLINE
    Caucus: New Jersey
    Hunger at Home
    1 in 6 people in America face hunger. The USDA defines "food insecurity" as the lack of access, at times, to enough food for all household members. This Caucus: New Jersey panel highlights grass-roots organizations working to help individuals and families faced with economic hardship meet their most basic needs. Guests Include: Marlene Ceragno, Founder, The Adult Care Brief Bank (“The Brief Babe”) Natasha Rodgers, Founder & CEO, The Simuel Whitfield Simmons Organization Chip Paillex, President & Founder, America’s Grow a Row
  • Jul 29 11:30 am
    WATCH ONLINE
    Caucus: New Jersey
    Hunger at Home
    1 in 6 people in America face hunger. The USDA defines "food insecurity" as the lack of access, at times, to enough food for all household members. This Caucus: New Jersey panel highlights grass-roots organizations working to help individuals and families faced with economic hardship meet their most basic needs. Guests Include: Marlene Ceragno, Founder, The Adult Care Brief Bank (“The Brief Babe”) Natasha Rodgers, Founder & CEO, The Simuel Whitfield Simmons Organization Chip Paillex, President & Founder, America’s Grow a Row
  • Jul 31 5:30 am
    WATCH ONLINE
    Caucus: New Jersey
    Hunger at Home
    1 in 6 people in America face hunger. The USDA defines "food insecurity" as the lack of access, at times, to enough food for all household members. This Caucus: New Jersey panel highlights grass-roots organizations working to help individuals and families faced with economic hardship meet their most basic needs. Guests Include: Marlene Ceragno, Founder, The Adult Care Brief Bank (“The Brief Babe”) Natasha Rodgers, Founder & CEO, The Simuel Whitfield Simmons Organization Chip Paillex, President & Founder, America’s Grow a Row
  • Aug 4 8:30 am
    Caucus: New Jersey
    Caucus Up Close: Debra Clifford & Mary Frances Palisano; Bonnie Eggenburg; Dr. Mary Meehan
    Debra Clifford, Esq. & Mary Frances Palisano, Esq., Child Advocacy Team Co-Chairs for Gibbons P.C. sit down with Steve Adubato to discuss what children with disabilities are entitled to when it comes to education, what types of services are available and how parents can ensure their child is receiving the correct educational and related services. As part of the Right from the Start NJ series, Steve Adubato speaks with Bonnie Eggenburg, Vice President, Gateway Early Head Start and Head Start Program about the comprehensive services her organization provides families, affordability of quality childcare and how she believes access to early childhood care is changing. As part of the Future of Higher Education series, Steve Adubato and Dr. Mary Meehan, Interim President of Seton Hall University, discuss current trends in higher education, affordability, what students are looking to study and how the job of a university president has changed over the years.
  • Aug 5 8:30 am
    Caucus: New Jersey
    Caucus Up Close: Debra Clifford & Mary Frances Palisano; Bonnie Eggenburg; Dr. Mary Meehan
    Debra Clifford, Esq. & Mary Frances Palisano, Esq., Child Advocacy Team Co-Chairs for Gibbons P.C. sit down with Steve Adubato to discuss what children with disabilities are entitled to when it comes to education, what types of services are available and how parents can ensure their child is receiving the correct educational and related services. As part of the Right from the Start NJ series, Steve Adubato speaks with Bonnie Eggenburg, Vice President, Gateway Early Head Start and Head Start Program about the comprehensive services her organization provides families, affordability of quality childcare and how she believes access to early childhood care is changing. As part of the Future of Higher Education series, Steve Adubato and Dr. Mary Meehan, Interim President of Seton Hall University, discuss current trends in higher education, affordability, what students are looking to study and how the job of a university president has changed over the years.
  • Aug 5 11:30 am
    Caucus: New Jersey
    Caucus Up Close: Debra Clifford & Mary Frances Palisano; Bonnie Eggenburg; Dr. Mary Meehan
    Debra Clifford, Esq. & Mary Frances Palisano, Esq., Child Advocacy Team Co-Chairs for Gibbons P.C. sit down with Steve Adubato to discuss what children with disabilities are entitled to when it comes to education, what types of services are available and how parents can ensure their child is receiving the correct educational and related services. As part of the Right from the Start NJ series, Steve Adubato speaks with Bonnie Eggenburg, Vice President, Gateway Early Head Start and Head Start Program about the comprehensive services her organization provides families, affordability of quality childcare and how she believes access to early childhood care is changing. As part of the Future of Higher Education series, Steve Adubato and Dr. Mary Meehan, Interim President of Seton Hall University, discuss current trends in higher education, affordability, what students are looking to study and how the job of a university president has changed over the years.
  • Aug 7 5:30 am
    Caucus: New Jersey
    Caucus Up Close: Debra Clifford & Mary Frances Palisano; Bonnie Eggenburg; Dr. Mary Meehan
    Debra Clifford, Esq. & Mary Frances Palisano, Esq., Child Advocacy Team Co-Chairs for Gibbons P.C. sit down with Steve Adubato to discuss what children with disabilities are entitled to when it comes to education, what types of services are available and how parents can ensure their child is receiving the correct educational and related services. As part of the Right from the Start NJ series, Steve Adubato speaks with Bonnie Eggenburg, Vice President, Gateway Early Head Start and Head Start Program about the comprehensive services her organization provides families, affordability of quality childcare and how she believes access to early childhood care is changing. As part of the Future of Higher Education series, Steve Adubato and Dr. Mary Meehan, Interim President of Seton Hall University, discuss current trends in higher education, affordability, what students are looking to study and how the job of a university president has changed over the years.
  • Aug 11 8:30 am
    Caucus: New Jersey
    U.S. Senator Cory Booker (D) - NJ
    During this special half-hour interview, Steve Adubato and United States Senator Cory Booker (D) – NJ discuss top issues in the United States and New Jersey including: federal and state taxes, immigration, legalizing marijuana, the impact of the Trump Administration, the opioid crisis and the Gateway Tunnel.
  • Aug 12 8:30 am
    Caucus: New Jersey
    U.S. Senator Cory Booker (D) - NJ
    During this special half-hour interview, Steve Adubato and United States Senator Cory Booker (D) – NJ discuss top issues in the United States and New Jersey including: federal and state taxes, immigration, legalizing marijuana, the impact of the Trump Administration, the opioid crisis and the Gateway Tunnel.
  • Aug 12 11:30 am
    Caucus: New Jersey
    U.S. Senator Cory Booker (D) - NJ
    During this special half-hour interview, Steve Adubato and United States Senator Cory Booker (D) – NJ discuss top issues in the United States and New Jersey including: federal and state taxes, immigration, legalizing marijuana, the impact of the Trump Administration, the opioid crisis and the Gateway Tunnel.
  • Aug 14 5:30 am
    Caucus: New Jersey
    U.S. Senator Cory Booker (D) - NJ
    During this special half-hour interview, Steve Adubato and United States Senator Cory Booker (D) – NJ discuss top issues in the United States and New Jersey including: federal and state taxes, immigration, legalizing marijuana, the impact of the Trump Administration, the opioid crisis and the Gateway Tunnel.
  • Aug 19 8:30 am
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    Caucus: New Jersey
    Education's Next Revolution: Outdoor Learning
    Countless studies have shown that the outdoor environment contributes to learning in very young children, as hands-on experiences are invaluable. Early childhood educators recognize that children are learning all the time, and they benefit from a broad variety of learning opportunities, using as many of their senses as possible. That is why the concept of "outdoor classrooms" has become more widespread in recent years. Using the outdoors as a learning environment helps children build language, develop an interest in science, and encourage physical activity. This panel will address the importance of outdoor learning and explore efforts being made in our region to develop schoolyard habitats and deeper appreciation of other outdoor learning environments. Guests Include: Marc Rogoff, Environmental Education Specialist, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Allison Mulch, Project Coordinator for “Eco Schools USA” at the New Jersey Audubon John Jones, Teacher at Adler Avenue Middle School & Catawba Project Advisor Laura Rotella, Education Manager at the Center for Family Resources
  • Aug 19 11:30 am
    WATCH ONLINE
    Caucus: New Jersey
    Education's Next Revolution: Outdoor Learning
    Countless studies have shown that the outdoor environment contributes to learning in very young children, as hands-on experiences are invaluable. Early childhood educators recognize that children are learning all the time, and they benefit from a broad variety of learning opportunities, using as many of their senses as possible. That is why the concept of "outdoor classrooms" has become more widespread in recent years. Using the outdoors as a learning environment helps children build language, develop an interest in science, and encourage physical activity. This panel will address the importance of outdoor learning and explore efforts being made in our region to develop schoolyard habitats and deeper appreciation of other outdoor learning environments. Guests Include: Marc Rogoff, Environmental Education Specialist, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Allison Mulch, Project Coordinator for “Eco Schools USA” at the New Jersey Audubon John Jones, Teacher at Adler Avenue Middle School & Catawba Project Advisor Laura Rotella, Education Manager at the Center for Family Resources
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  • Jul 21 12:30 pm
    Caucus: New Jersey
    Caucus Up Close: Robert Kelchen; Beverly Lynn; Dennis Wilson
    As part of the Future of Higher Education series, Steve Adubato and Robert Kelchen, Assistant Professor of Higher Education at Seton Hall University and Author, “Higher Education Accountability,” talk about affordability, how colleges in New Jersey offer scholarships and grants to help with the costs and the importance of prospective students to pursue a major that will make them happy, but also financially stable after graduation. As part of the Right from the Start NJ series, Steve Adubato speaks with Beverly Lynn, CEO of Programs for Parents about the importance of nurturing, caring and loving your child in order to build a foundation for success. She also discusses how quality childcare is hard to find and even harder to afford in some parts of the state. Steve Adubato and Dennis Wilson, President & CEO, Delta Dental of New Jersey and Connecticut discuss the issue of accessibility to oral healthcare and affordability of dental benefits for underserved populations in New Jersey. They also talk about the correlation between oral health and overall health, and ways dentists are able to identify a number of health concerns during routine assessments and treatments.
  • Jul 28 12:30 pm
    WATCH ONLINE
    Caucus: New Jersey
    Hunger at Home
    1 in 6 people in America face hunger. The USDA defines "food insecurity" as the lack of access, at times, to enough food for all household members. This Caucus: New Jersey panel highlights grass-roots organizations working to help individuals and families faced with economic hardship meet their most basic needs. Guests Include: Marlene Ceragno, Founder, The Adult Care Brief Bank (“The Brief Babe”) Natasha Rodgers, Founder & CEO, The Simuel Whitfield Simmons Organization Chip Paillex, President & Founder, America’s Grow a Row
  • Aug 11 12:30 pm
    Caucus: New Jersey
    U.S. Senator Cory Booker (D) - NJ
    During this special half-hour interview, Steve Adubato and United States Senator Cory Booker (D) – NJ discuss top issues in the United States and New Jersey including: federal and state taxes, immigration, legalizing marijuana, the impact of the Trump Administration, the opioid crisis and the Gateway Tunnel.
  • Aug 18 12:30 pm
    WATCH ONLINE
    Caucus: New Jersey
    Education's Next Revolution: Outdoor Learning
    Countless studies have shown that the outdoor environment contributes to learning in very young children, as hands-on experiences are invaluable. Early childhood educators recognize that children are learning all the time, and they benefit from a broad variety of learning opportunities, using as many of their senses as possible. That is why the concept of "outdoor classrooms" has become more widespread in recent years. Using the outdoors as a learning environment helps children build language, develop an interest in science, and encourage physical activity. This panel will address the importance of outdoor learning and explore efforts being made in our region to develop schoolyard habitats and deeper appreciation of other outdoor learning environments. Guests Include: Marc Rogoff, Environmental Education Specialist, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Allison Mulch, Project Coordinator for “Eco Schools USA” at the New Jersey Audubon John Jones, Teacher at Adler Avenue Middle School & Catawba Project Advisor Laura Rotella, Education Manager at the Center for Family Resources
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