GlobalPolicy.TV - Displaying items by tag: education policy

Dennis Van Roekel presents the National Education Association’s views on revitalizing the public educational system, reforming schools and revamping accountability systems for 21st century learning, and ensuring sustainability of public education.

Published in ESEA Reauthorization

Diane Ravitch, Research Professor of Education at New York University talks about her incredible experiences meeting with hundreds of teachers and policy makers. Topics include school reform, U.S. education policy and No Child Left Behind.

Dr. Deborah Meier addresses the What Works in Schools Conference. Topics include school reform, U.S. education policy and issues with standardized testing in schools.

Douglas W. Anthony, Dir. School Leadership from Prince George 's County Public Schools presents at the What Works in Schools Conference. Topics include school reform, U.S. education policy and developing teachers and administrators.

Hilary O. Shelton, Senior Vice President for Advocacy and Policy, NAACP addresses school reform and U.S. public education policy.  Topics include: closing the achievement gap, facilitating teachers’ success, and ESEA reauthorization.

Maya Rockeymoore interviews Sam Chaltain, National Director of the Forum on Education and Democracy, about the state of teachers, U.S. public schools, and education reform policy.

Published in Achievement Gap

Maya Rockeymore and Gov. Bob Wise talk about The Alliance for Excellent Education and high school reform.

Published in ESEA Reauthorization

Question and answer session with the Forum on Education Conference panel to discuss education reform, teachers and closing the education achievement gap.

Dr. Linda Darling-Hammond, the Charles E. Ducommun Professor of Education at Stanford University, on the U.S. education funding disparities and how education funds can be better put to use to strengthen American public school education.

Renee Moore, 2001 Mississippi Teacher of the Year, discusses the issues facing high-need U.S. public schools, supporting effective teachers, and other education policy reforms.

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