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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-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

EdToday-15-08-20-DavidHenry

August 20, 2015
David Henry, Senior Director of Dining Services at UC Riverside discusses the role of food services in today's university setting.
Listen   30:25

EdToday-15-08-18-NicholasWyman

August 20, 2015
Nicholas Wyman (author of 'Job U: How to Find Wealth and Success by Developing the Skills Companies Actually Need') discusses the skills needed to be successful in today's job market.
Listen   30:22

EdToday-15-08-11-ElizabethKing

August 11, 2015
A brief discussion with Elizabeth King, internationally recognized authority on the SAT and ACT. Featuring her new book, 'Acing the ACT'.
Listen   28:47

EdToday-15-07-28-Annie Colbeck

July 29, 2015
Annie Colbeck of St. Mary's College, discusses the LEAP Program (Liberal Education for Arts Professionals) and the importance of education for professional dancers.
Listen   28:57

EdToday-15-07-04-JD Pirtle

July 14, 2015

JD Pirtle discusses the state of the art of technology in the elementary classroom from his role at Catherine Cook School in Chicago. 

Listen   27:15

EdToday-15-06-30-Dr Paul Lyons

June 30, 2015
Dr. Paul Lyons discusses the history and future of the new, UC Riverside School of Medicine.
Listen   28:10

EdToday-15-06-16-Gerry Fisher

June 16, 2015
Gerry Fisher, former president of Solano College (Fairfield, CA) discusses his career and related issues.
Listen   28:01

EdToday-15-06-09-Breakfast After the Bell

June 10, 2015
Tia Shimada with California Food Policy Advocates discusses the fate of AB 1240 and it's affect on the quality of education in California.
Listen   26:50


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