On this podcast, Dr. Mari Grimes chats with Dr. Liz City, Senior Lecturer at Harvard Graduate School of Education, about the future of learning and leveraging systems change to enable equitable opportunities for all students.
On this podcast, Zhan chats with Dan McCray, Director of Labor Relations Programs at Cornell University, on negotiations and communications in education, from decisions between educators in a school building, to system-wide collective bargaining.
On this podcast, Zhan chats with Matt Candler, Founder of 4.0 Schools, on empowering educators to explore promising ideas to support their students’ learning, along with Matt’s reflections on personal growth and building community.
On this podcast, Zhan chats with Dr. Heather Harding, Director of Policy and Public Understanding at the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation, on how schools and systems can recruit, develop, and retain high-quality educators.
On this podcast, Zhan chats with José Vilson, a teacher in New York City and Executive Director of EduColor, on the importance of educational equity and how educators can open space for critical conversations on equitably serving students’ learning needs.
On this podcast, Zhan chats with Michael Horn, Chief Strategy Officer with Entangled Solutions, on disruptive innovation in education and how policymakers and education leaders can guide and promote innovative solutions that advance student success.
On this podcast, Zhan chats with Dr. Marguerite Roza, Director of the Edunomics Lab at Georgetown University, about ideas for policymakers and education leaders to consider when exploring school funding models to support student achievement.
On this podcast, Zhan chats with Dr. Jon Fullerton, Executive Director of the Center for Education Policy Research at Harvard University, about how education leaders and policymakers can explore school funding models that serve the needs of today’s students, with a special focus on Nevada.
On this podcast, Zhan chats with Ryan Smith, Chief External Officer of the Partnership for Los Angeles Schools, about different avenues to promote educational equity, from school funding, to restorative practices in student conduct.
On this podcast, Zhan chats with Dr. Rick Hess, Director of Education Policy Studies at the American Enterprise Institute, to debrief the 2018 midterm elections and explore how education leaders can best navigate changes in the policy landscape.