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.
Teacher Flight, Shortages and Strikes Could Be Coming This Year
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.
Holidays Explained: The 4th of July
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!
What’s the Big Deal with Critical Theory Anyway?
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.
Interview with a Homeschooling OG Part 3
Join me today as we conclude our conversation with Debbi about what it was like to homeschool in the 1990s, her experience mainstreaming homeschooled kids in the 2000s, and how she views the issues within education today.
Interview with a Homeschooling OG Part 2
Join me today as we continue our conversation with Debbi about what it was like to homeschool in the 1990s and how she views the issues within education today that are affecting her grandchildren, both homeschooled and mainstreamed.
No Podcast Episode for The State of Education this Week (4/26/22)
There will be no podcast episode this week for The State of Education.
I’m sorry for the delay in podcast uploads this week, but I’ve very excited about what is happening with the website and the content we have coming your way very soon.
Talk About Homeschooling!: An Interview with Guest Jamie of Humble Heart Press
An interview with homeschooling mompreneur Jamie from Humble Heart Press. We cover a wide array of topics ranging from mom life to Jamie’s homeschooling philosophy and business, all in just in under an hour.
Equity or Equality: Which is Actually Better?
Join me as I read and review an article on the differences between the ideas and implementations of equity and equality in the American education system.
The Government’s War on Real Education, Part 3
In Part 1 of the Government’s War on Real Education I discuss the changes in the mission of the primary and secondary educational institutions in the United States and the history behind the changes, as well as how these changes have affected the students high school completion rate over the last 50+ years.