August 27, 2014
As area teachers fight continue to battle with the school board over changes to benefits and pay, we’ll take a close look at how teaching in the U.S. became so controversial. We’ll get an update on local tensions, and examine how we got from genteel 19th century common schools to one-room frontier schools to the Teach for America program and beyond
July 29, 2014
Teacher contracts in Reynoldsburg are attracting nationwide attention. The initial proposal called for merit-based pay increases only, and the elimination of employer-based health insurance in favor of cash allowances for teachers to buy their own. This hour we’ll hear what prompted the changes, who’s pleased and who’s protesting.
August 26, 2010
How college admissions officers evaluate students
October 14, 2009
The educational and community value of extracurricular activities such as sports and music programs