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Partial Credit is the podcast that brings together education, pop-culture, and shenanigans! Your hosts, Jeffery Heil, Donnie Piercey, and Jesse Lubinsky, span 3 generations and they've got you covered coast to coast. Sit back, relax, and earn your partial credit.

Sep 28, 2018

On this week’s episode, we choose our school/classroom walk-up songs, get judgmental on school rules, share our take on a new segment: hear no evil, see no evil, read no evil, and subject the listeners to yet another useless tool Donnie found online.

Segment 1

Walk up Music

  • Jesse - Enter Sandman
  • Jeff - Hell’s Bells
  • Donnie - Baba O’Riley
  • Donnie's Wife - This Must Be the Place

Segment 2

Judging School Rules - Jeff moderates two random people to get their perspective on chewing gum in schools.

  • Jesse - Anti-gum because chewing gum in the classroom distracts other students, bubble blowing, loud chewing and or smacking of the gum while chewing. Teachers also find ABC gum under tables or chairs. Besides being gross, it can also become a hygiene problem. But...
  • Donnie’s Better Notes - 
    • Pro-gum
    • Keeps kids focused
    • Useful as a reward
    • Chewing gum helps your memory improve and it also helps you focus while you're studying. Chewing gum helps to relieve stress and relax. Three of the biggest reasons gum is not allowed at school are because teachers think it?s rude, distracting and messy.

Segment 3

Hear No Evil, See No Evil, Read No Evil

Segment 4

Donnie Shows Us Something Useless He Found Online

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