Tag: Education
Airdate: February 28, 2011

Wisconsin Education Association Council president offers the latest details on the showdown between Gov. Walker and the public employee unions and explains why she feels the governor’s plan goes too far.

Blog: Staff & Guest Blog
February 23rd, 2011

In this Web-exclusive video, Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO), discusses the future of the teaching profession in Wisconsin and beyond as it relates to ongoing protests in that state. “What we’re seeing is the result of commitments that were made over many, many decades that can’t be afforded in a lot of states,” Sen. Bennet says. [...]

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February 10th, 2011

When The Wall Street Journal slapped the “Why Chinese Mother’s are Superior” headline on an excerpt of Amy Chua’s book Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, it sparked a national controversy about parenting that took Chua by surprise. The problem with the subsequent controversy and hate mail that the Yale Law professor received is that [...]

Airdate: December 13, 2010

Tavis previews the upcoming primetime special Tavis Smiley Reports ‘Dudamel: Conducting a Life.’

Airdate: October 14, 2010

Emmy-nominated actor, who became a real-life high school teacher for an upcoming A&E reality show, reflects on why he found teaching such a daunting task.

Airdate: September 28, 2010

Harlem Children Zone CEO and Oscar-winning filmmaker talk about the acclaimed documentary Waiting for Superman.

Airdate: April 13, 2010

Former Education Department official talks about the role of testing in the U.S. education system.

Airdate: April 1, 2010

The Genius in All of Us author explains the role of genetics in everyday abilities and how our environment shapes our genius.

Blog: Staff & Guest Blog
March 29th, 2010

When you read about the unemployment rate in this country, which has been hovering around 10% for a while now, it’s easy to forget that the rate is different depending on where you live in the country, whether you are a man or a woman and whether you are Black, Latino or white. The Joint [...]

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March 24th, 2010

This is an excerpt from a post first published at AnythingUrban. I recall living in a predominately white neighborhood for a short time as a youngster. On the surface, social life was fine for me and my two younger sisters; we played with a large number of children that lived in the area — most [...]

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