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Traditional education is undergoing a radical change, creating an opportunity to improve the way we serve learners of all ages. Driven by his own curiosity and the changing trend in education in the United States, Kevin P. Chavous turned to innovators across all sectors of education and workforce development to ask them : “How can we do better? »The podcast series What I want to know with Kevin P. Chavous officially returns for a second season, continuing the difficult conversations about how we can ensure access and equity for all learners in a rapidly evolving post-pandemic world.
“Technological advances, changing social norms and the ongoing pandemic are rapidly changing almost every aspect of society and culture, yet our education system is still stuck in the 1950s,” said Kevin P. Chavous. , host of What i want to know and President of Stride, Inc. “The second season asks the tough questions and takes a critical look at the system in place, the nuanced ways that American learners and educators currently lack, and the roles we need to play in making it happen. ‘to improve.
Produced by Podville Média, What i want to know has covered a range of topics addressing the massive changes in education accelerated by COVID-19, gaining more than 30,000 downloads since its debut in April 2021. Previous topics include student mental health, relevance of academic assessments, career preparation and education policy today, with guest appearances such as prolific political scientist and author Dr Rick Hess, ESPN analyst and NBA legend Jalen Rose, and educator and man business Stedman Graham.
In season two, Chavous maintains that momentum and seeks to understand the issues facing parents, young students, adult learners and educators by addressing a myriad of questions including: is there a new parental voice after the pandemic? What does harassment look like in 2021? What are the biggest challenges facing Hispanic and Latino students? And how has the CRT become a central political issue of our time?
Chavous continues to tap into some of the greatest minds in the education industry. The second season features nationally recognized leader on bullying prevention and director of PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center, Julie Hertzog, as well as Amalia Chamorro, director of education policy at UnidosUS. focusing on advancing equity for Latino students. They join other notable leaders, educators and innovators who are making appearances on the show, such as Idaho State Representative Chris Mathias, Prince Georges County Public Schools CEO Dr Monica. Goldson, Miami Police Chief Art Acevedo and Childhood. Psychologist Dr Michael Troy.
The first episode of season two is now streaming on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and wherever podcasts are available. In the season two premiere, Chavous is joined by former Senator Tom Daschle in addressing the question of how we can overcome partisan politics to support undocumented students.
Kevin P. Chavous is a recognized leader and innovator in education reform. He was previously Chairman of the District of Columbia Council Education Committee and is the author of six books on education in the United States. learning for more than two million students over the past two decades.
New episodes of What I want to know with Kevin P. Chavous are posted weekly and listeners can join the conversation on social media using #WIWTK. For more information, visit www.stridelearning.com/podcast.
About Stride, Inc.
At Stride, Inc. (NYSE: LRN), we’re reinventing learning – where learning is lifelong, deeply personal, and prepares learners for tomorrow. The company has transformed the teaching and learning experience of millions of people by providing innovative, high-quality and technological educational solutions, programs and programs directly to students, schools, the military and businesses in primary, secondary and post-secondary schools. secondary parameters. Stride is a leading provider of Kindergarten to Grade 12 education for students, schools and districts, including career learning services in middle and high school programs. For adult learners, Stride offers professional health and technology training, as well as workforce and talent development for Fortune 500 companies. Stride has taught millions of courses over the past decade and more. serves learners in all 50 states and over 100 countries. The company is proud to sponsor the Future of School, a non-profit organization dedicated to bridging the gap between the pace of technology and the pace of change in education. You can find more information at stridelearning.com, K12.com, galvanize.com, techelevator.com and medcerts.com.
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