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The Report Card with Nat Malkus

The Report Card with Nat Malkus

Veröffentlicht: 2022-12-28
Copyright © American Enterprise Institute
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Veröffentlicht: 2022-12-28
Copyright © American Enterprise Institute
Aktuelle Folge
The Year In Review

The Year In Review

Länge: 46:34
On this episode of The Report Card, Nat reviews the past year in education with Laura Meckler of the Washington Post, Linda Jacobson of The 74, and Goldie Blumenstyk of the Chronicle of Higher Education. Nat, Laura, Linda, and Goldie discuss affirmative action, school masking, ChatGPT, the top pieces of education journalism from the past year, higher education labor strikes, enrollment shortages, book bans, how education journalists use Twitter, COVID recovery, learning loss, sports gambling on college campuses, what education stories audiences want, income driven repayment, technology in schools, student mental health, what we can expect from the coming year, and more.
Show Notes:
How Colleges and Sports-Betting Companies ‘Caesarized’ Campus Life
Young and Homeless in Rural America
Sold a Story
As AI Writing Gets Better, Teachers Work to Stop the Inevitable Cheating
Virtual Nightmare: One Student’s Journey Through the Pandemic
A 'Blanket Approach' Won't Win Adults Back
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Erscheinungs­datum: 28.12.2022, 21:30:00

Beschreibung

The Report Card with Nat Malkus is the education podcast of the American Enterprise Institute. It is a hub for discussing innovative work to improve education – from early childhood to higher education – and the lives of America’s children. It evaluates research, policy, and practice efforts to improve the lives of families, schools and students. The Report Card seeks to engage with everyone who is interested in education in an accessible way. It brings guests that are doing compelling work across a spectrum from high level policy changes to innovations at the classroom level, work that will start conversations about improving education and the lives of children more broadly. Each episode lets listeners – policymakers, teachers, and parents –learn relevant information that they can use in their efforts to improve education.

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