Discussion Panel: K-12 Education Issues|
August 17, 2012
During the August meeting of the Indiana University Board of Trustees in Indianapolis, three nationally recognized authorities on issues facing K-12 education participated in a panel discussion on the future of teacher education. The panel was moderated by IU alumna Jane Pauley, a nationally recognized journalist who is a member of the board of directors of the Mind Trust in Indianapolis, which is dedicated to improving public education for underserved children by empowering education entrepreneurs to develop or expand transformative education initiatives.
The three panelists were Arthur Levine, president of the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation; David M. Steiner, dean of the School of Education at Hunter College; and Sandra Stotsky, professor of education reform at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.
To listen to the entire discussion
(Run time - approx 2hrs 20min)
Note: This is a large audio file - extended download time likely.
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