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Feb 15, 2021

Across the nation, a shortage of school psychologists is becoming a critical problem for school districts everywhere, especially when suicides and other mental health and trauma-related issues among K-12 students are on the rise. On this episode, we talk about this understaffed area of education, as well as a...


Jan 14, 2021

For decades, critics have called for education reform on several fronts. What hasn’t received much attention is rethinking how new teachers are trained to become professional educators in the first place. But Dr. Leah Wasburn-Moses aims to change this by starting with one of the most powerful experiences aspiring...


Dec 7, 2020

Across his celebrated career as a teacher, scholar and theorist, civically-engaged leader, and university dean, Dr. Michael. E. Dantley has kept education at the heart of his mission to change lives for the better.

On this episode, Dr. Dantley reflects on his mission to build an educational system that works for...


Nov 16, 2020

How our brains develop as children will profoundly impact our entire lives. Research is showing how critical our earliest years are for cognitive function, academic ability, social skills, and emotional wellness. So in this episode, we discuss the new book, Enhancing Brain Development in Infants and Young...


Oct 12, 2020

When the coronavirus suddenly shutdown the entire sport industry, fans and athletes everywhere were forced to reckon with the magnitude of the pandemic. Since then, many teams and leagues have returned. But nothing is as it once was, and the future is still uncertain.

To understand what happened, and how the industry...