All Hail King?: We Act Radio @EdTownHall

Today on the B.U.S. Thursday program LIVE on We Act Radio Education Town Hall we discussed the bare inequality facing US children, NPE’s recent national report card which is sparking national discussion and John King’s Secretary of Education confirmation hearing.

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S= Save our Schools

The Education Town Hall with Thomas Byrd is the premiere Live Wire show on We Act Radio, broadcasting from Historic Anacostia in Washington DC. It facilitates effective, community-supported approaches to education — in DC and beyond — and fosters strategic, transformational actions.

cropped-cropped-wareth61The weekly radio forum brings together public officials, advocates, students, parents, and educators to share resources and concerns. The Town Hall blog extends discussion. Participation is encouraged.

Host Thomas K Byrd is a product of DC Public Schools and a long-time education advocate in the District of Columbia.

Virginia Spatz, freelance writer/activist, serves as feature reporter. Other Education Town Hall voices:

Blog posts I mentioned during the show:

Why Most State Education Report Cards are Like Cookies Without the Sugar

Republicans right to address education, but wrong on agenda

George H.W. Obama’s education platform: Republicans should be flattered and Democrats ashamed?

Reframing the Refrain: Choice as a Civil Rights Issue

“Oh, crap”: Accountability is Arbitrary and Political

Flood of Lies: Education reform crescendo at #Katrina10

Dewey, Testing Companies, and the Origin of the Common Core

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Here is the hip hop song from the show. It’s hot:

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