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Today on Your Call: What’s working in schools?

Feb 1, 2012


On today's Your Call we’ll talk about education success stories.  With another round of severe budget cuts and a heated debate about education reform led by corporate funded think tanks, we’re taking a step back to talk about what’s actually working in our schools. Smaller class sizes? Textbooks that are more relevant to everyday life? More support for teachers?  Join us at 10 or email What works in your local schools?  It’s Your Call with Holly Kernan, and you.


Katy Murphy, education reporter for the Oakland Tribune

Eric Guthertz, principal of Mission High School

Kathy Schultz, dean and professor of education in the School of Education at Mills College 


The Education Report 

Reach Institute for School Leadership

Bi-Rite, Frances, Slanted Door, and Delfina All Cook for Mission High

Can Tony Smith turn around Oakland public schools?

Middle school teacher takes on giant math problem: Getting kids to love numbers

How schools are reacting to Apple’s entry into education