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  • emAfter the Education Warsem
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    After the Education Wars

    Former Business Week editor Andrea Gabor reported on how several school systems throughout the country have abandoned “top-down” education reform in favor of a different model that,…

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  • emThe Coddling of the American Mindem
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    The Coddling of the American Mind

    Greg Lukianoff, president of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), and professor Jon Haidt argued that a variety of social and societal trends have led to a weakening of…

    1,448 views
  • After Words with Arne Duncan
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    After Words with Arne Duncan

    Obama administration Education Secretary Arne Duncan discussed the successes and failures of schools in America. He was interviewed by Kaya Henderson, former chancellor of the District of…

    712 views
  • emHow Schools Workem
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    How Schools Work

    Former Secretary of Education Arne Duncan reflected on his career in education and offered his thoughts on the state of America’s schools.

    165 views
  • emSpeak Freelyem
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    Speak Freely

    Princeton professor Keith Whittington discussed free speech on college campuses.

    477 views
  • emThe Corrupt Classroomem
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    The Corrupt Classroom

    Pacific Research Institute fellow Lance Izumi argued that parents should have the right to opt out of the public school system.

    1,577 views
  • After Words with Tara Westover
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    After Words with Tara Westover

    Tara Westover detailed her life growing up with survivalist parents in the Idaho mountains and her introduction to formal education at age 17. She is interviewed by author and journalist…

    28,415 views
  • emWhat School Could Beem
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    What School Could Be

    Venture capitalist Ted Dintersmith offered his thoughts on how innovations can be incorporated in American classrooms.

    1,171 views
  • emEducation Across the Bordersem
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    Education Across the Borders

    In her research for Education Across the Borders: The Case of a Dual Language Program on the U.S.-Mexico Border, Dr. Blanca Araujo studied schools at the U.S.-Mexican border to better understand the lives of…

    101 views
  • emA Girl Stands at the Doorem
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    A Girl Stands at the Door

    Rutgers University history professor Rachel Devlin looked at the desegregation of American public schools through the actions of young women throughout the country.

    540 views
  • emWere Doing It Wrongem
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    We're Doing It Wrong

    Middle school teacher David Michael Slater shared his perspective on the major issues facing the U.S. education system.

    630 views
  • emCommon Coreem
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    Common Core

    Fordham University professor Nicholas Tampio argued that determining how to best educate America’s children should not lie solely with one faction or political group.

    718 views
  • emFor the Common Goodem
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    For the Common Good

    Bowdoin College Academic Affairs Dean Charles Dorn examined the value and impact of higher education.

    637 views
  • After Words with Bryan Caplan
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    After Words with Bryan Caplan

    Economics professor Bryan Caplan argued that the main function of higher education has become more about educational credentials and less about ensuring that students are prepared with…

    1,989 views
  • emYou Cant Fire the Bad Onesem
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    You Can't Fire the Bad Ones

    Educators William Ayers and Crystal Laura shared their perspectives on public education. This program contains language some viewers may find offensive.

    669 views
  • After Words with Sue Klebold
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    After Words with Sue Klebold

    Sue Klebold, whose son Dylan was one of the Columbine shooters, talked about her book A Mother’s Reckoning: Living in the Aftermath of Tragedy, in which she traces her journey to understand the…

    2,061 views
  • emThe Black Book of the American Leftem
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    The Black Book of the American Left

    David Horowitz talked about his book The Black Book of the American Left, in which he examines the left’s impact on America’s universities and colleges.

    3,103 views
  • emTrue Gentlemenem
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    True Gentlemen

    John Hechinger reported on college fraternity culture, highlighting Sigma Alpha Episilon (SAE), a national organization with 230 chapters and more than 15,000 members.

    802 views
  • emWhen Grit Isnt Enoughem
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    When Grit Isn't Enough

    Former high school principal Linda Nathan examined the challenges facing high school students pursuing higher education.

    933 views
  • emThe New Educationem
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    The New Education

    Cathy Davidson talked about her book The New Education, in which she examines a new way of educating college students to be better prepared for the gig economy.

    855 views
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