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Oct 20, 2021

One out of every five children in the United States has been a target of bullying. And many more choose not to report being bullied.  But what do we really know about bullying today? In this episode, Kevin speaks with Julie Hertzog, director of Pacer’s National Bullying Prevention Center, to discuss how the definition...


Oct 13, 2021

Hispanic and Latino students account for one quarter of the students in our nation’s public schools. The 2020 census shows that they are the fastest growing population in the United States. But what do the census results really mean for America’s educators? Are we doing enough to prepare for an influx of Hispanic...


Oct 6, 2021

Hispanic and Latino communities represent the second largest ethnic group in the United States, and they account for more than a quarter of our nation’s students. But does our education system reflect the rich diversity that exists within our schools? In this episode, Kevin turns to Amalia Chamorro, Director of...


Sep 29, 2021

The pandemic provided parents with a front row seat to their children’s education, and many did not like what they saw. But how can parents drive real change in systems that are resistant to reform? And what can they do to expand the opportunities available to their kids today and in the future? In this episode,...


Sep 22, 2021

As parents, we want what’s best for our children and we expect our schools to prepare them for a successful future. But are kids learning the skills they need for tomorrow’s jobs? How can we as parents advocate for better schools with our elected officials and school leaders? In this episode, Kevin speaks with...