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Dr. Adolph Brown Blends 'Heart' with Smarts!

KidTalk originally aired on 2/11/12 featuring students from Kempsville Middle School and guest expert, Dr. Adolph Brown. The topic was Loving Yourself & Others.

Hilarious, Engaging, Research-based, & Memorable Presenter -Dr. Adolph Brown

Dr. Adolph Brown, a passionate educator and renowned inspirational speaker who has become a leader in developing innovative programs to tackle this critical issue, spoke at an annual event held by the Marcus L. Ruscitto Charitable Foundation earlier this year and will be the keynote presenter at this regional kickoff event that will include up to 300 school counselors and educators from school districts in the region. Read more:

Open the book, read between the lines

I sat at a table waiting for dinner with one, two, ... six other white people the other night. We had two empty, reserved seats at our table for the annual Navasota ISD Education Foundation dinner, the organization's biggest fundraiser of the year. As we waited our turn to go get in line for dinner, a black guy walked up to our table and asked. "Mind if I sit here? Are these taken?"

Don’t judge a book by its cover

A collective gasp rose up from the 750 teachers and administrators gathered at South Hill Elementary when a young man looking like a rapper — in baggy pants, red windbreaker and ball cap — charged into the cafeteria, and yelled, “Don’t judge a book by its cover. I’m Dr. Adolph Brown.” Brown, an educator and a motivational speaker, was at Mecklenburg County School Convocation on Wednesday to deliver the keynote address on how to help students succeed.

Education Foundation Fundraising Dinner

Navasta ISD was back in session for our children on Monday, Aug. 22. Navasota ISD received the Gold Leadership Circle Award from the Texas Comptroller's Office. This award is to recognize local governments across Texas that are striving to meet a high standard for financial transparency online. Criteria includes opening financial books to the public, provide clear, consistent pictures of spending, and sharing information in a user-friendly format that lets taxpayers easily drill down for more information.

'Don't judge a book by its cover'

Dressed in baggy pants, striped red jacket and a baseball cap and standing near the front door at Leesburg High School, many teachers and community members walked passed the young man without making eye contact. Others glanced and looked away. Some appeared stunned when he charged into the auditorium. "Don't judge a book by it's cover. I'm Dr. Adolph Brown," he said to cheers and laugher from the crowd of nearly 600 Leesburg area educators, clergy and community leaders who were invited to hear Brown speak Thursday on how to help students succeed.

Dr. Adolph Brown, III Speaks at a Fifth Grade "Moving On" Ceremony

Moving On... Summer has finally begun! Friday was the last day of school. And the last day of elementary school for the big ballerina. Yes. BB is "moving on up" as the keynote speaker called it. And, as her parents, "we're cheering you on." Keynote speaker? Fifth grade? huh? I was completely blown away when I looked over the program and saw that there would be a keynote speaker.

Two foundations get Dr. Adolph Brown to combat online bullying

"There aren't a lot of community resources invested in this new challenge" of cyber-bullying, says Chris Sweeney, board member of the Marcus L. Ruscitto Charitable Foundation.

Anti-Bullying and Cyberbullying Initiative

The Marcus L. Ruscitto Charitable Foundation, in alliance with The Pittsburgh Foundation and educational partners including the Pennsylvania School Counselors Association (PSCA), announced a $50,000 commitment to support an anti-bullying and cyberbullying initiative in southwestern PA. The program was launched on July 25th at the 6th Annual Marcus L. Ruscitto Charitable Foundation Golf Invitational. Dr.

American School Board Journal

Dr. Adolph Brown is Effective with Students!