Pushing back the veil of ignorance hindering humanity and it grasp of its environment--natural, social, political, spiritual--is a goal of educators and teachers from ancient times to the present. Here is where we present the various methods of learning, how schools are best organized, and what kind of values and skills we want to pass on to a younger generation.
16 Video Lectures by Stephen Hicks, Rockford CollegeAccess Here
Two-part Democracy Now video with Michael Klonsky, professor of education and longtime school reform activist in Chicago, and Deborah Meier, a well-known teacher, writer and public advocate.Access Here
Video lecture in four parts by Jason J Campbell, Nova Southeastern University in FloridaAccess Here
Sherry Linkon, co-director of the Center for Working Class Studies at Youngstown State University, addresses the challenge of defining "working class," how the field of working-class studies is integrating multiple disciplines and connecting academic work with activism, and how the field is working to draw attention to the perspectives and experiences of working-class students.Access Here
School Reform: Chicago's Austin Polytech
A 5-minute PBS News Show on a new public school in a poor, all-Black Chicago neighborhood, with unique partnerships related to high-tech manufacturing and community empowermentAccess Here