Educate

By APM Reports

From APM Reports, the Educate podcast (formerly American RadioWorks) is a weekly program about ideas and research in education.

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  1. 1.
    Hungry hungry students11 August 2016
    7:34
  2. 2.
    What is restorative justice?4 August 2016
    13:29
  3. 3.
    A homeless student struggles towards graduation28 July 2016
    14:11
  4. 4.
    The facts and fictions of student debt21 July 2016
    14:32
  5. 5.
    Race in suburban schools14 July 2016
    16:06
  6. 6.
    Going to college in prison7 July 2016
    16:17
  7. 7.
    Few teachers, little money, low test scores: rural schools in the south30 June 2016
    13:31
  8. 8.
    New podcast name!28 June 2016
    2:08
  1. 9.
    Merging small, rural school districts23 June 2016
    11:39
  2. 10.
    Fighting for 'our school'17 June 2016
    22:20
  3. 11.
    How do we learn better: digital or print?9 June 2016
    13:10
  4. 12.
    Theological schools feel the squeeze2 June 2016
    10:17
  5. 13.
    The 'invisible tax' on teachers of color26 May 2016
    12:16
  6. 14.
    Thirsty Planet12 May 2016
    53:00
  7. 15.
    Bought and Sold12 May 2016
    52:59
  8. 16.
    Should colleges teach men how to be men?5 May 2016
    11:24
  9. 17.
    'My frain is bried': shadowing a student28 April 2016
    12:07
  10. 18.
    High school job prep21 April 2016
    11:53
  11. 19.
    How tutoring helps students14 April 2016
    11:00
  12. 20.
    Is advanced math necessary?7 April 2016
    10:22
  13. 21.
    Decoding the math myth31 March 2016
    28:25
  14. 22.
    Writing discipline reform into law24 March 2016
    12:18
  15. 23.
    The science gap starts early17 March 2016
    10:25
  16. 24.
    Minnesota's graduation gap10 March 2016
    30:05
  17. 25.
    A brief history of school discipline3 March 2016
    19:24
  18. 26.
    Colleges want smart AND nice26 February 2016
    13:14
  19. 27.
    What students in remedial english can teach us about K-12 education18 February 2016
    22:45
  20. 28.
    Making sure learning sticks12 February 2016
    12:46
  21. 29.
    When school vouchers are not a leg up4 February 2016
    12:04
  22. 30.
    Learning financial literacy28 January 2016
    10:46
  23. 31.
    Questioning inequalities in higher ed21 January 2016
    11:30
  24. 32.
    Learning as a science15 January 2016
    15:40
  25. 33.
    Where are the student voices in ed reform?7 January 2016
    11:18
  26. 34.
    Most likely to succeed24 December 2015
    19:27
  27. 35.
    Siblings and the education gender gap17 December 2015
    9:12
  28. 36.
    Where budding chefs learn philosophy, too10 December 2015
    13:42
  29. 37.
    Letting kids fail3 December 2015
    19:05
  30. 38.
    Inside school discipline in mississippi25 November 2015
    13:33
  31. 39.
    Building bridges between the Western and Arab worlds19 November 2015
    12:35
  32. 40.
    Inside Oyler: a conversation with Amy Scott11 November 2015
    22:40
  33. 41.
    Learning to breathe29 October 2015
    12:49
  34. 42.
    Is the growth mindset craze overblown?22 October 2015
    20:21
  35. 43.
    Helping students adopt a 'growth mindset'16 October 2015
    6:35
  36. 44.
    The rising cost of extracurriculars8 October 2015
    18:01
  37. 45.
    Wikipedia's bum rap1 October 2015
    10:39
  38. 46.
    A visit from the Church Lady25 September 2015
    29:01
  39. 47.
    Teaching black lives matter17 September 2015
    9:24
  40. 48.
    Beyond the Blackboard10 September 2015
    52:57
  41. 49.
    From Boots to Books3 September 2015
    52:59
  42. 50.
    Teaching Teachers27 August 2015
    52:58
  43. 51.
    The Living Legacy20 August 2015
    52:58
  44. 52.
    From the Archives: Early Lessons7 August 2015
    53:00
  45. 53.
    Goodbye, College Ratings (For Now)30 July 2015
    12:14
  46. 54.
    Sweet Briar Returns23 July 2015
    6:57
  47. 55.
    The Future of Historically Black Colleges15 July 2015
    12:05
  48. 56.
    Talking About Race in Schools7 July 2015
    13:19
  49. 57.
    Minorities and Special Ed2 July 2015
    11:32
  50. 58.
    Learning from Video Games23 June 2015
    13:57
  51. 59.
    Teaching the Birds and the Bees17 June 2015
    18:06
  52. 60.
    Million-Dollar Teacher2 June 2015
    14:50
  53. 61.
    Divestment on Campus28 May 2015
    13:17
  54. 62.
    Can how you move change how you think?20 May 2015
    13:45
  55. 63.
    Forest Schools13 May 2015
    33:44
  56. 64.
    Exposing Conditions at Native Schools6 May 2015
    13:09
  57. 65.
    Green Teachers29 April 2015
    16:56
  58. 66.
    The First Gen Movement22 April 2015
    11:08
  59. 67.
    The Lost Children of Katrina15 April 2015
    8:35
  60. 68.
    Saving a Women's College from Closure8 April 2015
    11:42
  61. 69.
    The Future of College1 April 2015
    11:33
  62. 70.
    The End of College or the University of Everywhere25 March 2015
    15:05
  63. 71.
    UnRetirement18 March 2015
    13:27
  64. 72.
    The Test11 March 2015
    28:49
  65. 73.
    An Administrator Responds to Adjunct Protests4 March 2015
    11:30
  66. 74.
    Adjuncts Unite25 February 2015
    12:03
  67. 75.
    To Test or Not to Test?19 February 2015
    17:49
  68. 76.
    Looking back: An Imperfect Revolution11 February 2015
    52:52
  69. 77.
    Are HBCUs the Key to Producing More African American Physicians?4 February 2015
    9:27
  70. 78.
    Boosting Black Male Student Achievement28 January 2015
    11:30
  71. 79.
    Free Community College for All22 January 2015
    8:49
  72. 80.
    What's in a number?14 January 2015
    13:53
  73. 81.
    Following the Money in Education Philanthropy5 January 2015
    13:02
  74. 82.
    Rising prices on the poorest16 December 2014
    11:26
  75. 83.
    How Much Will College Cost My Family?8 December 2014
    13:34
  76. 84.
    Bridging the "Middle Skills" Gap1 December 2014
    13:52
  77. 85.
    Academic Fraud and College Athletics24 November 2014
    11:40
  78. 86.
    The Utility of a PhD17 November 2014
    9:32
  79. 87.
    The First Family of Radio13 November 2014
    53:00
  80. 88.
    What's unfair about college grad rates4 November 2014
    10:47
  81. 89.
    How to help students hope27 October 2014
    12:30
  82. 90.
    Making it stick21 October 2014
    13:03
  83. 91.
    What teachers need14 October 2014
    14:39
  84. 92.
    Intelligence is achievable and other lessons from The Teacher Wars7 October 2014
    15:03
  85. 93.
    Teaching: The most embattled profession1 October 2014
    14:40
  86. 94.
    Video games: New literacy for a complex world24 September 2014
    12:12
  87. 95.
    Ed researchers: Colleges can do more for students, especially in a bad economy18 September 2014
    9:58
  88. 96.
    Ready to Work11 September 2014
    53:00
  89. 97.
    The New Face of College4 September 2014
    52:59
  90. 98.
    Greater Expectations28 August 2014
    53:01

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