Monthly Archives: April 2016

Social Media Conversation You Can’t Miss

How can you be more policy relevant than Kim Kardashian? This question and much much more was discussed in the Presidential session Career Threats and Opportunities: What Is the Role of Social Media in Public Scholarship? at AERA 2016. Diane Ravitch, Sara Goldrick-Rab, Nolan Cabrera, Rick Hess and Julian Vasquez Heilig discussed social media approaches that can democratize education knowledge. Panelists focused on

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Is Teach For America as diverse as they say?

Is Teach For America as diverse as their current national marketing says? This question and more is discussed in this new Truth For America podcast. Truth For America is a podcast about Teach For America (TFA) that provides voice to educators, parents, students, and other key stakeholders. Truth For America is co-hosted by Dr. Julian Vasquez Heilig and Dr. T.

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Cyber warfare?: This blog post contains blocked content

Warning!: This blog post contains blocked content. All of the evidence that I am about to present to you may be purely coincidence and solely circumstantial. Like a good Sherlock Holmes mystery I’ll let you put the pieces together. It all began in 2014 with the post To Whom does (Censored) Give Power and Influence? The post covered Mapping the Terrain: (Censored) Charter

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