An interview with Kiera Gray where we dive into the often tumultuous relationship between teens and their parents, but with a bit of a twist.
Today we’re looking at the censorship of classical literary works and the effects it can, and does, have on our education and society.
Today we’re diving into what experiential learning is and the importance of incorporating it into your classroom and life.
Today we’ll be looking at class sizes and funding and how these 2 things directly relate to the quality of education your students receive.
In today’s episode we’re taking a look at how the “hard history” of slavery is presented to our students and helping to fuel racial divides in schools across the nation.
In today’s episode you’ll be meeting my new part-time co-host, and we’ll be taking a deep dive into support staff in schools and how they can help your students learn better through teacher and parent cooperation.
In today’s episode we take a look at the root of everything we’ve been talking about, what the purpose of education actually is.
Today we are taking a look at the epidemic of what has been coined “Teacher Flight” and the direct effects it could have on your family and your child’s quality of education in the coming school year and beyond.
Join me today as we are start to take a look at the United States’ national holidays and why we celebrate them. I figured there is no better place to start than where our country did, on the 4th of July!
In today’s episode we are starting the discussion on Critical Theories in our classrooms by talking about what a Critical Theory is and ways that these theories have leached out of academia into our culture at large.