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  • emA Political Educationem and emabout Becoming a Teacherem
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    A Political Education and about Becoming a Teacher

    Elizabeth Todd-Breland (A Political Education) and William Ayers (about Becoming a Teacher) talked about education and education reform in the United States.

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  • K12 Education and Student Health
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    K-12 Education and Student Health

    The Bipartisan Policy Center hosted a discussion on health and education programs for K-12 students. Speakers included former Senator Bill Frist (R-TN), former Education Secretary John King,…

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  • em1919em
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    1919

    University of Chicago Professor Eve Ewing discussed her book, 1919, and some of her other works.

    499 views
  • House Education Subcommittee Hearing on Disaster Preparedness and Schools
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    Disaster Preparedness and Schools

    A House Education and Labor subcommittee held a hearing on responses for elementary and secondary schools to natural disasters. In the first panel, Frank Brogan, the assistant Education…

    288 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.

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  • Washington Journal Todd Ruger Discusses Protecting Schools From Mass Shootings
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    Todd Ruger on Protecting Schools From Mass Shootings

    Todd Ruger talked about how states and localities are spending $1 billion in federal safety funds to protect schools from mass shootings.

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  • CSPAN Announces 2019 StudentCam Winners
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    2019 StudentCam Winners Announcement

    C-SPAN announced the winners of the 2019 StudentCam documentary competition. Mason Daugherty and Eli Scott of MIcKinney, Texas, won the grand prize for their video, “What It Means to be…

    302 views
  • Washington Journal Peter Robison Discusses Changes to School Nutrition Standards
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    Peter Robison on Changes to School Nutrition Standards

    Bloomberg News investigative journalist Peter Robison discussed his recent article on changes to school nutrition standards and the role of the U.S. dairy industry. This program is part of a…

    250 views
  • Supreme Court Landmark Case emTinker v Des Moinesem
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    Supreme Court Landmark Case Tinker v. Des Moines

    Mary Beth Tinker and Erik Jaffe talked about Tinker v. Des Moines, the 1969 Supreme Court case in which the justices ruled 7-2 that students do not lose their First Amendment rights at school.…

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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,…

    423 views
  • Washington Journal Lauren Camera Discusses the School Safety Report
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    Lauren Camera on the Education Department School Safety Report

    U.S. News and World Report's Lauren Camera talked about the Federal Commission on School Safety’s report and what it means for school discipline across the U.S.

    206 views
  • emThe Scopes Trialem
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    The Scopes Trial

    Known as “The Monkey Trial,” the Scopes Trial put a national spotlight on the debate of teaching evolution in public schools. Author and University of Kansas professor Jeffrey Moran talked about the media…

    179 views
  • State Education Officials Testify on Every Student Succeeds Act Implementation
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    Every Student Succeeds Act Implementation

    State education officials from Nebraska, Delaware and South Carolina testified before the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee on implementation of the Every Student…

    425 views
  • Speakers Discuss Education and Community Development
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    Education and Community Development

    The Center for American Progress hosted an event on academic achievement and community development. More specifically, speakers discussed the challenges and benefits of so-called community…

    393 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…

    889 views
  • Teaching Civics and History
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    Teaching Civics and History

    C-SPAN hosted a conference with teachers from around the country to help educators learn more about how to use the network’s online resources in their classrooms. In this session, C-SPAN founder…

    452 views
  • Teaching Civics and History
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    Teaching Civics and History

    C-SPAN hosted an educators' conference in Washington, DC where teachers from around the country gathered to learn more about how to use the network’s online resources in their classrooms.…

    345 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.

    217 views
  • Urban School Superintendents Conference Keynote Address
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    Urban School Superintendents Conference, Keynote Address

    Michael Hinojosa, the superintendent of the Dallas, Texas, Independent School District, delivered the keynote address at a conference of urban school superintendents. He talked about his…

    275 views
  • Washington Journal Lara Sorokanich Discusses School Safety
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    Lara Sorokanich on School Safety

    Popular Mechanics' Lara Sorokanich discussed her article, “Guide to Safer Schools” which looks at measures schools can take to help keep students safe in the upcoming year. This program is part of a…

    490 views
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