Jeff Tierney, Director of Boy's Town Press, discusses the role of Boy's Town Press in larger mission of Boy's Town as it exists today.
The Executive Director of Education Trust-West, Ryan Smith, discusses a recent study showing the educational inequities for low income students and students of color in the State of California.
Maria Polonchek, author of In Good Faith: Secular Parenting in a Religioius World, discusses the role and importance of secular parenting in contemporary society.
Alicia Maciel, Executive Director of the Prentice School (Tustin, CA) discusses the effects of summer break on the learning process, and ways to mitigate potential loss.
Author and professor David Burkus discusses the transition from college to work, and what college graduates can expect.
Justin Ashley, award winning teacher discusses the need for life-balance in order for teachers to be successful and fulfilled. His new book is Balanced Teacher Path and is available from Free Spirit Publishing.
Billy Downing, author and college admission expert, discusses the latest trends in the college admission process, as well as best ways for students to prepare for the transition to college.
Michelle Carter, Program Manager for SHAPE America (Society of Health and Physical Educators) discusses the importance of recess in the context of elementary education.
A teacher's perception of how involved a parent is can predict the future success of a student. Dr. Keith Herman of the University of Missouri discusses the research he is performing.
This episode features Alicia Maciel, Executive Director of The Prentice School, a private K-8 school specializing in support for students with learning disorders. The Prentice School is located in North Tustin, California (714) 538-4511.
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