Neal Spears, Executive Director of PowerMyLearning for the greater Los Angeles and Bay areas, discusses the role of this non-profit in the nation and in the community.
Nancy Motley discusses her innovative teaching routine, as featured in her book, Talk Read, Talk Write.
David Schleifer, Associate Director of Research for Public Agenda, discusses Americans' perception of the value of a college education.
John Hupalo discusses how families can plan and save for college, based on his recently released book, Plan and Finance Your Family's College Dreams.
Sidharth Kakkar, CEO of Front Row Education, Inc. discusses the use os social media by teachers as a tool for professoinal development.
Former Dean of Students at Bronx Community College discusses his new book, The African-American Male School Adaptability Crisis.
Retired engineer, Dave Hult, discusses his vision for the future of America with a focus on the education system, as put forth in his book, My Struggle.
Author and journalist, Naomi Schaefer Riley, discusses her new book, New Trail of Tears, which deals with the plight of Native Americans in today's society. Special attention is given to the role of education on and off the reservation.
Nate Matherson, CEO and Co-Founder of LendEDU discusses the issue of student loans, and the lack of awareness of specific issues among high school seniors.
A Senior Research Associate with Education Week discusses their newly developed metric, the Tech Confidence Index, which measures the confidence of American K-12 teachers regarding their use of technology in the classroom.
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