Join host Dr. Mike Robinson for part two of his discussion on the the effectiveness and justification of local or state governments taking over public schools. In recent years, there have been increase discussions regarding the effectiveness of government takeovers of K-12 public education. Now this discussion has reached the door steps of Prince George’s County residents.
You will also hear an earlier interview with Paul Tractenburg. Board of Governors Distinguished Service Professor and Alfred C. Clapp Distinguished Public Service Professor of Law. Professor Tractenberg earned his B.A. from Wesleyan and his J.D. from the University of Michigan, where he was associate editor of the Law Review. He joined the faculty in 1970, after being associated with two major New York City law firms, the Peace Corps, and the Governor’s Committee to Study New York Human Rights Laws. He is the author of numerous books, articles, and papers on education law; a frequent lecturer; and consultant and adviser to many national, regional, and state organizations and agencies.
Mr. Tractenburg was part of the seminal research on the issue of school takeovers. He provided amazing insight to the whole discussion regarding school governance.