Frann Michel reviews the criticism explaining why Teach for America is bad for those who teach in it, bad for the students they teach, and bad for public education in the United States. You can find a longer version of her comments, with links to sources, here .
Bill Resnick talks with David Finkel about the Charlie Hebdo massacre and the clash of barbarisms. They note that free speech is not a western value (as evidenced by the attacks on Julian Assange and James Risen); that the US has been complicit in journalists's deaths in Mexico, Indonesia and elsewhere; and that the US bears responsibility also for supporting Saudi Arabia, which supports and funds jihadists.
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1, The ARMY CORP will be joining DEQ at their meetings scheduled across Southern Oregon starting in Coos Bay on Jan 14th... PLEASE PLAN TO ATTEND THESE MEETINGS where you will be given information on what the agencies are needing and looking for in regards to comments. THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT! And with all the local talent brouhaha , let's let Cheryly Strayed know that if she loves this part of the world as much as she says she does - and after all the money she has made - then perhaps she ought to break a little of it all off in the name of saving remote rivers, streams and shores…
ARRESTING POWER: RESISTING POLICE VIOLENCE IN PORTLAND, OREGON uses archival materials, documentary footage and interviews with community members, activists and organizers to uncover Portland’s unique history of policing and race relations, emphasizing its rich history of resistance from the late 1960s to the present. 57:24 minutes (52.55 MB)
Robert Fortner Interviews Cancer Researcher Robert N. Eisenman, Ph.D. on The Digital Divide.
Breast cancer is the premier biomedical problem in the world and yet survival has not increased since 2000. The Digital Divide explores what science has discovered about why breast and other cancers are difficult to treat, and why a shift to greater emphasis on early detection and prevention is warranted. 32:00 minutes (21.98 MB)
Breast cancer is the premier biomedical in the world and yet survival has not increased since 2000. The Digital Divide explores what science has discovered about why breast and other cancers are difficult to treat, and why a shift to greater emphasis on early detection and prevention is warranted. Host Robert Fortner interviewed Bob Eisenman and we'll listen to excerpts from that interview.
Also, statistics in sports might be distorting not only your view of the game, but of science and even lead to misjudgments in everyday life. Statistician Scott Berry brings this unexpected interplay to light. 58:37 minutes (53.67 MB)