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Education in the 21st century is changing rapidly and it affects all. Whoever you are and wherever you find education – in traditional classrooms, in business, on the commuter train, on the internet, in traditional or non-traditional settings, All Things Education is for you! Whether you are a teacher, parent, student, educational free-thinker, corporate trainer, taxpayer, policy maker, or interested citizen, tune in for timely and lively discussion of education topics.

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Qualitative research is like completing a complex puzzle in which you put all the pieces together to create a picture. However, qualitative research is unique as a puzzle in that the researcher must first collect and analyze the puzzle pieces... more

In the United States and around the world, individuals with disabilities are demanding their rights as equal citizens and as people first. How does this growing awareness of disabilities intersect with politics and social activism?... more

Qualitative research is Zen-like in its focus on reflection and insight to draw meaning from the data collected using the techniques and methods associated with this genre of research. Join Dr. Paula Dawidowicz and me as we welcome... more

Qualitative research explores the meaning people attach to their experience and how they understand their world (Merriam, 2009). Through qualitative methods, researchers gain knowledge that would otherwise be unavailable, thus... more

Technology is rapidly changing schools and education. It is changing not just how we deliver education, but how we conceptualize learning, design educational programs, train teachers, and assess student learning. Join us for a discussion... more

Music and art have been cut back or cut out of our our public schools curriculums because of budget cuts and a greater emphasis on standardized testing in the academic areas of math, reading and science. Is this a mistake? Can arts... more

Attracting girls to courses in STEM subjects - Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics - is a serious issue across the United States. Dr. Angela Hinson Quick, Deputy Commissioner of Public Instruction for the State of North Carolina... more

Do students trust their teachers? How do students describe teachers they trust? How do they recognize when teachers care about them in a healthy, respectful way? Tune in for a discussion with educator Theresa Kaufman who conducted... more

Why are so many students who are English Language Learners (ELL), or student whose first language is not English categorized as special education students? Do students who do not speak English really have more learning problems, or is... more