We’re taking some time off after recording a bunch of studio shows. For your listening pleasure, here’s a studio show from July 2013 with one of Slekar’s colleagues, Dr. Jed Hopkins. We get into some insightful international comparisons.
I hate it when I do this. I hate when I write about Queen Rhee. She get’s more time than any reform charlatan deserves but she opened her mouth (for how much $) at the Center for Leadership Development and Research at Stanford’s graduate business school and then decided to write about her profound insights into […]
We’ve invited a great guest, which is why the special day and time: Alexia Garcia, student organizer of a Portland boycott of the OAKS test. Probably the best test acronym by far. There’s some information here I’ll quote from Education Week, which is in turn from OregonLive: Alexia Garcia, a Lincoln High School senior, said […]
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Here’s the link, check it out. We chat with Bill Ayers.
@thechalkface debut show available for mp3 download, click the link to download or enjoy the hell out of it here, @slekar @unitedoptout
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At the Chalk Face, #edreform radio going national, this Sunday on WTDY FM Madison, WI, with our first guest @dianeravitch. Pass along, listen online
Who would have thought, I rinky-dink little podcast I started about two years ago would make it to syndicated talk radio? But here it is, professionally done, coming up this Sunday with our first guest Diane Ravitch. Perhaps this is unremarkable, I don’t know. But I don’t have a publicist or any actual support for […]
Here’s the quick promo for a nationally syndicated radio show that Tim and I recorded early January. There’s a clip from our interview with Diane Ravitch. She’s a good sport! Sounds great, disseminate widely people!
Tim and I just finished up, you can have a listen here. We went a little Arne Duncan go-nuts today, but there was a lot to talk about.
A pre-holiday treat for everyone. Enjoy! We’re going to talk a whole lot about Arne Duncan, a lot going on with him this last week or so.
The other half of At the Chalk Face the podcast, Tim Slekar, posted the first of what I think will be a semi-regular series on his experiences with an opt out movement in PA including more students and parents than he and his son. Should be interesting and I won’t keep my fingers crossed over […]