Dialogue – Education Reform: A View From the Trenches

Education Reform: A View From the Trenches

This week an all new season of dialogue launches with a focus on education reform from the perspective of the classroom teacher. Host John Milewski is joined by Paul LaRue, Hugh Osborn, and Gary Rubinstein. Paul LaRue is a history teacher at Washington High School in Washington Court House, Ohio. Paul and his students have received national attention for their work researching civil war topics such as the Underground Railroad. Hugh Osborn is senior director at 21st Century Solutions. He’s working with North Carolina educators on a new teacher-powered program called Bright Idea. Gary Rubinstein teaches math at Stuyvesant High School in Manhattan. He’s written two books on education and is a nationally recognized blogger on the subject who can be found at Teachforus.org.

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Dialogue: What is the Long Term Solution to America’s Budget Challenge?

Cut or Spend: What’s the Long Term Solution to America’s Budget Challenge?

This week on dialogue, host John Milewski is joined by Kathryn Lavelle and Kent Hughes to discuss the long-term implications of the recent budget and debt debate in Washington. Kathryn, a former Wilson Center fellow, is the Ellen and Dixon Long Associate Professor of World Affairs at Case Western Reserve University. Kent is director of the Wilson Center’s program on America and the Global Economy and also of the Wilson Center on the Hill program.

Tune in Wednesday at 9:00 PM on the MHZ Worldview channel.  This program will rebroadcast on Thursday at 12:00 AM, and Friday at 11:00AM.  Dialogue is broadcast throughout the Metro area on digital channel 30.1.  Please refer to the following links for listings in your area.

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Cut or Spend: What’s the Long Term Solution to America’s Budget Challenge?

This week on dialogue, host John Milewski is joined by Kathryn Lavelle and Kent Hughes to discuss the current and long term implications of the ongoing budget and debt debate in Washington. Kathryn, a former Wilson Center fellow, is the Ellen and Dixon Long Associate Professor of World Affairs at Case Western Reserve University. Kent is director of the Wilson Center’s program on America and the Global Economy and also of the Wilson Center on the Hill program.

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Watch: Grzegorz Kolodko on the Global Economy

On February 23rd Grzegorz W. Kolodko appeared on dialogue to discuss his new book, Truth, Errors, and Lies: Politics and Economics in a Volatile World. Kolodko, the former Finance Minister of Poland, addressed the U.S. response to the financial crisis, international regulatory regimes, and the means to enact equitable economic and social development.

Posted by: Clark Taylor