A new national study from the National Education Policy Center indicates that closing schools does not save money or improve education and has a differential impact on African-American students. Host Kitty Kelly Epstein speaks with Professor Gail Sunderman and discusses the results.
Host Kitty Kelly Epstein speaks with Faye Bonninger a research associate at the National Education Policy Center regarding her work around the surveillance of student’s in school and its impact on their education.
Host Kitty Kelly Epstein speaks with parent organizer, Pecolia Manigo, about how a community coalition strongly influenced the school board to select a local educator as Oakland’s new Superintendent.
This episode of Education Today is a Call in Show discussing some Immigration Education Protests. In particular looking at 1)HR4427 making it a felony to be in U.S. Illegally. 2) Richmond high school students protest against Exit Exam Requirement to Graduate.