Carl Cohn talks with San José Unified Superintendent Nancy Albarrán about plans to reopen schools in the fall.
Linda Darling-Hammond outlines new requirements for distance learning; reporter Zaidee Stavely discusses parents’ worries about returning to schools.
Carl Cohn talks with Hemet Unified Superintendent Christi Barrett about plans to reopen schools in the fall.
Fresno Unified’s superintendent sizes up the new state budget; departing UC President Napolitano discusses reopening campuses and repealing Prop. 209.
COMING JULY 1st: In his long and storied career as a California education leader, Carl Cohn has served as superintendent of the Long Beach and San Diego Unified school districts, a member of the State Board of Education and executive director of the California Collaborative for Education Excellence. In this special series of podcasts, Carl will talk each week with a leading school superintendent… read more
This week: the PTA president who led the effort to rename a school after Michelle Obama; Maria Blanco of the UC Immigrant Legal Services Center on the unexpected court ruling preserving DACA.
This week, Community Colleges Chancellor Eloy Oakley calls for a reexamination of training programs for police in the wake of the killing of George Floyd.
This week: Two views of local control during COVID-19 – Palos Verdes Supt. Alex Cherniss: fewer safety restrictions; Heather Hough of PACE : stronger state expectations for learning.
This week: UC regents decide to abandon the SAT and ACT exams. Plus, how districts are reaching homeless students and what more they could do.
This week: Chancellor Tim White explains why the CSU’s 23 campuses will be all online this fall ,and EdSource reporters review education cuts in Gov. Gavin Newsom’s bad news budget.