For her first show as the Tuesday host, Ali Muldrow turns her attention back to the vital need for arts programming in the classroom. Her guest is Erica Halverson, education professor and author of the new book How the Arts Can Save Education. Erica Halverson is a professor of curriculum & instruction in the School […]
The new school year is fast approaching with many unknowns, but one thing is for sure: the Black Lives Matter movement has woken America up to the racial inequality in schools across the nation. What comes next? Today, Wednesday host Ali Muldrow takes up a discussion of race, education, and where we go from here […]
Think back to high school. Did you take a foreign language? If so, how much do you remember? Could you say what you ate for breakfast today in that language? Exchange a few pleasantries? Thinking back, how well do you think you could speak in that foreign language even at the time you were learning […]
Are standardized tests an accurate measure for assessing teachers? Are the tests doing more harm than good? Check out this edition of A Public Affair to find out more!
Former campers from Madison’s own Girls and Ladies Rock Camps play some acoustic songs and talk about their experiences at camp and how their experiences have shaped them going forward. This means live music on the air again! Beth Kille and Halle Pollay, the founders, talk about the organization and their roles in it.