Just in case you’re interested in a lengthy discussion about a public school co-location with a charter from the inside.
First, we want to thank everyone out there for listening and supporting At the Chalk Face radio. Ever since we started broadcasting in the winter of 2010, we knew the show fulfilled an important niche in the overall education dialogue that was unavailable at the time. I don’t think anyone else delivers it like we […]
Archive of interviews @ the Chalk Face (by name). This is a work in progress which includes all broadcasts going as far back as 1/6/2013. Check back frequently for updates. Scroll through the alphabetical list, find something you like. Use any of these shows for your own purposes, broadcast them at meetings, workshops, professional development. […]
We’re in Austin, TX for the first Network for Public Education conference with an actual radio crew as we find our way towards a mainstream and syndicated radio presence, in particular to topics in education. Here’s a link to our official press release from syndication. If you have a moment, consider helping us by forwarding […]
Fun. Cool. Thanks. Click the photo to try it yourself.
Here’s the show’s website here. I’ll see about posting an archive thereafter. This is a new place we should all consider following.
Some housekeeping items and announcements. First, listen to our informal charter school special broadcast yesterday, which you can stream or download here. Second, we’ll be recording new “real radio” episodes of At the Chalk Face for WTDY this coming weekend in Madison, WI. In addition to the intelligent and informed banter from your hosts, we’ll […]
Here’s the link. And, while you’re at it, TEXT “CHALK” to 60193 to get a reminder of an upcoming show, Sundays at 10AM EST.
Here’s the link, check it out. We chat with Bill Ayers.
Here it is folks, for your listening pleasure. Update: damnit, that’s just the promo again. I’ll let you know when the full episode is up.
My picture’s missing, sent it along, so it’ll be there, in case you were wondering.