The Morning Show

The Morning Show – September 27, 2005

7:00
Israel and Iraq update. Joel Beinen, Prof. of Middle East History, Stanford University; ChrisToensing, editor of the Middle East Report, Middle East Research and Information Project, www.merip.org.

7:30
No Child Left Behind’s impact on the Bay Area. Ben Visnick, president of the Oakland Education Association oaklandea.org. David Herrera, assistant principal at the Ceasar Chavez Academy in East Palo Alto; Harold Berlak, former professor of education at Washington University and a fellow at the Educational Policy Research Unit at Arizona State University
and Applied Research Center www.educationalanalysis.org, [email protected]; Gail Mendes, President of the United Teachers of Richmond.

8:00
The Raw Deal : How the Bush Republicans Plan to Destroy Social Security and the Legacy of the New Deal. (Paperback) by Al Franken (Foreword), Joe Conason, James Roosevelt (Preface).

8:30
An interview with Curator Renee Dreyfuss about Hatshepsut: From Queen
to Pharaoh
Oct. 15-Feb. 5; M.H. de Young Memorial Museum, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco; (415) 750-3600, www.thinker.org.

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