What’s the point of college? Like, objectively. We all know it’s a marker for socio-economic mobility but we want to go deeper. Why does college exist, and what needs to change in the format of higher education?
Is overtime pay for teachers long overdue, considering the countless hours they dedicate outside of the standard 40-hour workweek? Or, is the concept of overtime pay for teachers overrated, considering the intrinsic rewards and passion that often drive their commitment to going above and beyond? Listen in as the group discusses the potential benefits and…
In this week’s episode, we take a look at how policies and laws are used to police our communities and cultures.
In this episode, we focus on the aftermath of some universities after the end of affirmative action. We also look at a significant increase in American students applying to schools in the UK. Join us.
On today’s episode, the group talks about the Carnegie Unit System: what it is and how it became the basis for high school credit and graduation in every American high school. Is the current credit system still relevant and the best method for assessing a student learning and preparedness for work and post secondary success? What are some alternatives to the credit system both hypothetical and that currently exist?