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Reformers Must Do Politics

On this week’s Dropout Nation Podcast, RiShawn Biddle analyzes the problems with the Washington State Supreme Court’s faulty ruling invalidating charter schools, and explains why the decision is a reminder…

On this week’s Dropout Nation Podcast, RiShawn Biddle analyzes the problems with the Washington State Supreme Court’s faulty ruling invalidating charter schools, and explains why the decision is a reminder of the need for reformers to use all avenues of politics in order to transform American public education.

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

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Higher Ed for All Children

On this week’s Dropout Nation Podcast, RiShawn Biddle reviews College Board’s latest data on SAT performance and explains why this is one sign of the need to continue overhauling American…

On this week’s Dropout Nation Podcast, RiShawn Biddle reviews College Board’s latest data on SAT performance and explains why this is one sign of the need to continue overhauling American public education.

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

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Embrace the War for Children

On this week’s Dropout Nation Podcast, RiShawn Biddle discusses how the battle to reform American public education is a war for the lives, futures, and souls of every child —…

On this week’s Dropout Nation Podcast, RiShawn Biddle discusses how the battle to reform American public education is a war for the lives, futures, and souls of every child — and offers eight mindsets reformers must embrace for long-term success.

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

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The Rise of Parent Power

On this week’s Dropout Nation Podcast, RiShawn Biddle looks at the lawsuit brought by families of kids attending Anaheim’s Palm Lane Elementary School to take it over and explains why…

On this week’s Dropout Nation Podcast, RiShawn Biddle looks at the lawsuit brought by families of kids attending Anaheim’s Palm Lane Elementary School to take it over and explains why parents are standing up to transform American public education. Reformers, especially those in the Beltway, must stand and work with families taking power for our kids.

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

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Build on the Power of School Choice

On this week’s Dropout Nation Podcast, RiShawn Biddle looks at data from Stanford University’s CREDO on urban charter schools, and explains why school choice is necessary for helping kids and…

On this week’s Dropout Nation Podcast, RiShawn Biddle looks at data from Stanford University’s CREDO on urban charter schools, and explains why school choice is necessary for helping kids and communities succeed.

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

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Who Should Use the Big Data?

On this edition of On the Road, RiShawn Biddle joins Noodle and Princeton Review founder John Katzman and Jessica Reid Sliwerski of Lightsail Education for a debate on an emerging…

On this edition of On the Road, RiShawn Biddle joins Noodle and Princeton Review founder John Katzman and Jessica Reid Sliwerski of Lightsail Education for a debate on an emerging issue in education: Who should get use of — and access to — formative tests and other student and teacher data. Should it only be teachers? Or should it include school leaders and families, too?

You can 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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