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A weekly discussion of the trends and issues in the world of education and observations on the ever changing educational landscape.

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EdToday-16-05-17-Cissy Reynolds-Perez

May 14, 2016
A discussion with Cissy Reynolds-Perez, principal at WB Ray High School in Corpus Christi, TX about a smart-phone app she has developed to promote college readiness.
Listen   28:30

EdToday-16-05-03-Dustin Baumbach

April 30, 2016
Dustin Baumbach is a PhD student at Loma Linda University, doing research on sea turtles, and has developed a smartphone app called TURT, available for Android devices and soon available for Apple devices. This is a discussion with Dustin and Dr. Steve Dunbar, Director of Graduate Biology at LLU, and founder of PROTECTOR.
Listen   28:29

EdToday-16-04-26 Amy Howell & Anne Deeter-Gallaher

April 26, 2016

A discussion with the co-authors, regarding transitioning from college to career, based on the book, The Future Belongs To Students in High Gear: A Guide For Aspiring Game Changers in Transition from College to Career.  

Listen   27:59

EdToday - 16-04-05 Greg Kaplan

March 31, 2016
A discussion with Greg Kaplan about how (and when) families should prepare for the college admission process. Listeners may also wish to read Kaplan's book, 'Earning Admission: Real Strategies for Getting Into Highly Selective Colleges'.
Listen   29:45

EdToday-16-03-29 Laura Vaughan

March 25, 2016

A discussion with the founder of a non-profit organization providing service project to Tanzania, and opportunities for US students to be involved.

Listen   29:00

EdToday-16-03-22 Russ Sperling

March 21, 2016
A discussion of the role of arts education in San Diego.
Listen   29:41

EdToday-16-03-15 Andrew Hay

March 10, 2016

A discussion with Andrew Hay, CISO with DataGravity, Inc. about data security at colleges and universities.

Listen   33:33

EdToday 16-02-23-Jennifer Viemont

February 18, 2016

Exploring a trending option for higher education - earn a degree in Europe and save thousands of dollars.

Listen   29:06

EdToday-15-09-08-Kevin Jennings

September 09, 2015
This episode is a discussion with Kevin Jennings about LGBT teachers, and their experience in classrooms today. Featuring the book, One Teacher in Ten in the New Millennium.
Listen   27:50

EdToday-15-09-01-Brian Gray

September 03, 2015
Brian Gray, Coordinator of Homework Hotline, operated by Harvey Mudd College, discusses the program, its history and its future.
Listen   29:23


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