Host Karin Sconzert is joined by Brandi Cummings, Communications Specialist; Heather Thompson, Head of Youth & Family Services; and Shannon Urban, Head of Adult & Digital Services and at the Kenosha Public Library.
Host Karin Sconzert welcomes Dr. Andrew Saultz, Associate Professor of Educational Policy and the Director of the Education and Leadership PhD Program at Pacific University to discuss Federal Education Policy under President Biden and Secretary Cardona.
Host Karin Sconzert welcomes Dr. Elaine Allensworth, the Lewis-Sebring Director of the University of Chicago Consortium on Chicago School Research to discuss the limitations of ACT scores in predicting college completion.
Host Steve Brown discusses an upcoming Supreme Court case being heard on April 28 with some of the nations top law experts. The case regards a student who used her Snapchat, off school grounds, and was suspended.
Host Mike Falkofske talks with retired educators; Mike Kehoe, Rey Palacios, and Karin Kempinen about how retired educators continue to serve their communities after retiring from their careers as educators.
Host Karin Sconzert welcomes Ron Lieber, the "Your Money" columnist for the New York Times, with President John Swallow from Carthage College about college costs and the reasons for going to college. Lieber's new book,
Host Laura Sumner-Coon talks with Andrea Rittgers, Director of Student Services for Racine Unified School District, Katie Lichter, School Counselor at Gilmore Fine Arts School, Erin Leavitt, School Counselor at Gifford Sch
Host Karin Sconzert discusses the Kenosha Public Library as they were awarded the 2020 Wisconsin Library of the Year award with Barb Brattin, Director of the Kenosha Public Libraries; Heather Thompson, Head of Youth &
Host Karin Sconzert welcomes Gail Mentzel, Advisor TRIO Student Support Services and Fostering Success advisor, UW-Stout; Olivia Johnston, Senior at UW-Stout and Lead Peer Mentor for Fostering Success; Angie Ruppe, Directo
Host Karin Sconzert welcomes Sarah Hawks, Family and Community Educator at Extension Racine County since 2011 and Pam Wedig-Kirsch, a School Readiness and Family Resiliency Educator at UW-Madison Division of Extension Raci
Host Karin Sconzert discusses trauma and children at home and at school with Debbie Kelly, social work professor at Carthage College, Dominque Pritchett, licensed mental health clinician and owner and clinical director of
Host Karin Sconzert discusses the KUSD IT team and how they've adapted during the pandemic with Annie Fredriksson, Coordinator of Instructional Technology and Library Media for the Kenosha Unified School District, Jennifer
Host Karin Sconzert welcomes Leah Featherstone, Clincial Psychologist with Professional Services Group; Julie Hueller, Manager for the Racine Collaborative for Children's Mental Health at RUSD; and Andrea Rittgers Director
Host Karin Sconzert interviews discusses teaching from home at Julien Thomas Elementary School in Racine with Amy Simon, teacher, Tonya Wilson, teacher, Adriana Santana, Carthage College Urban Teacher Prep Program Student,
Host Karin Sconzert welcomes families from Curtis Strange Elementary as the deal with educating their young ones from home. Guests include Kristin Gustin, Sarah Smith, Kristen Bertsch, Gina Copen, AND Jon-Bar-Din
Host Karin Sconzert welcomes UW-Parkside and Carthage teacher educators and student-teachers as they discuss having their student-teaching semester interrupted, and adjusting to teaching via video and computer.