Category: On the Road

Tackling School Discipline

On this episode of On the Road¬†from May 2016, RiShawn Biddle joins Steven Evangelista of Harlem Link Charter School, Shawn Hardnett of NewSchools Venture Fund, University of Pennsylvania‚Äôs Matthew Steinberg,…

On this episode of On the Road¬†from May 2016, RiShawn Biddle joins Steven Evangelista of Harlem Link Charter School, Shawn Hardnett of NewSchools Venture Fund, University of Pennsylvania‚Äôs Matthew Steinberg, and Mastery Charter School’s Scott Gordon in a discussion at NewSchools‚Äô annual conference on the overuse of out-of-school suspensions and other harsh school discipline.

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The Integration Question

On this edition of On the Road broadcast from Live Together, Learn Together’s conference in Washington, D.C., RiShawn Biddle joins with Bowie State University education scholar Treopia Green Washington, the…

On this edition of On the Road broadcast from Live Together, Learn Together’s conference in Washington, D.C., RiShawn Biddle joins with Bowie State University education scholar Treopia Green Washington, the Century Foundation’s Richard Kahlenberg and Laura Wilson Phelan of Kindred to discuss where do we go on integration seven decades after Brown v. Board of Education and the Little Rock Nine.

Listen to the Podcast at RiShawn Biddle Radio or download directly to your mobile or desktop device. Also, subscribe to the On the Road podcast series and the overall Dropout Nation Podcast series. You can also embed this podcast on your site. It is also available on iTunes, Blubrry, Google Play, Stitcher, and PodBean.

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Organizing to Do Better for Children

In this edition of On the Road from 2016, Editor RiShawn Biddle joins with Deray McKesson, Parent Power activist Milagros Barsallo, now-Baltimore City Councilman Zeke Berzoff-Cohen, and Jonathan Mansoori of…

In this edition of On the Road from 2016, Editor RiShawn Biddle joins with Deray McKesson, Parent Power activist Milagros Barsallo, now-Baltimore City Councilman Zeke Berzoff-Cohen, and Jonathan Mansoori of Leadership for Educational Equity in a Teach For America discussion on how reformers can use movement organizing to transform the schools and communities in which our children live.

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Rep. John Lewis and Rev. James Lawson on Organizing Change

Now, more than ever, school reformers and other champions for children must organize and plan successfully to help build brighter futures for children and their communities. One way is to…

Now, more than ever, school reformers and other champions for children must organize and plan successfully to help build brighter futures for children and their communities. One way is to learn from the past champions of transforming America. This includes Rep. John Lewis and Rev. James Lawson, whose work with the Freedom Rides and the Nashville Student movement helped push forward the civil rights movement of the last century.

Learn more from Lewis and Lawson in this clip from yesterday’s Congressional Black Caucus Foundation panel on organizing — and apply it to helping our children now.

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On the Road: Reforming School Discipline

On this episode of On the Road, RiShawn Biddle joins Steven Evangelista of Harlem Link Charter School, Shawn Hardnett of NewSchools Venture Fund, University of Pennsylvania’s Matthew Steinberg, and Mastery…

On this episode of On the Road, RiShawn Biddle joins Steven Evangelista of Harlem Link Charter School, Shawn Hardnett of NewSchools Venture Fund, University of Pennsylvania’s Matthew Steinberg, and Mastery Charter School’s Scott Gordon in a discussion at NewSchools’ annual conference on the overuse of out-of-school suspensions and other harsh school discipline.

Listen to the Podcast at RiShawn Biddle Radio or download directly to your mobile or desktop device. Also, subscribe to the On the Road podcast series and the overall Dropout Nation Podcast series. You can also embed this podcast on your site. It is also available on iTunes, Blubrry, Stitcher, and PodBean.

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On the Road: Organizing for Transforming Public Education

On this episode of On the Road, RiShawn Biddle joins Black Lives Matter activist DeRay McKesson, Parent Power activist Milagros Barsallo of RISE Colorado, Zeke Berzoff-Cohen of Baltimore student activist…

On this episode of On the Road, RiShawn Biddle joins Black Lives Matter activist DeRay McKesson, Parent Power activist Milagros Barsallo of RISE Colorado, Zeke Berzoff-Cohen of Baltimore student activist group Intersection, and Jonathan Mansoori of Leadership for Educational Equity in a discussion at Teach for America’s 25th annual summit on how reformers can use movement organizing to transform the schools and communities in which our children live.

Listen to the Podcast at RiShawn Biddle Radio or download directly to your mobile or desktop device. Also, subscribe to the On the Road podcast series and the overall Dropout Nation Podcast series. You can also embed this podcast on your site. It is also available on iTunes, Blubrry, Stitcher, and PodBean.

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