Education Radio:Exposing the Mythology of Education Reform  
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Education Radio  Exposing the Mythology of Education Reform    
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Education Radio  Weekly Program  For non-profit use only. 
Summary: Featured speakers/guests:
In this week's program we take some time to explore the dominant narrative shaping so-called liberal education reform - how did this narrative evolve, what kinds of messages are being communicated, how does the on-the-ground experience of many teachers and students expose contradictions, and what does it look like to uncover a counter narrative?

We hear from media scholar Sut Jhally, as well as teachers Julie Cavanagh, Alev Dervish & Brian Jones and parent & community member Lisa Donlan: four of the filmmakers of the Inconvenient Truth Behind Waiting for Superman, a critical response to the heavily publicized and corporate backed 2010 film Waiting for Superman, a movie that further propagandizes ongoing education reform efforts that are influencing public perceptions and education policy in the U.S.
The Inconvenient Truth Behind Waiting for Superman is just one example of grassroots efforts to deconstruct the myths that are upheld in the dominant discourse in the U.S. around public education.
 
 
Notes: Credits:
  Chris Herland
Barbara Madeloni
Deborah Keisch Polin
Timothy Sutton
Tim Scott
Kate Way 
Topics
Economics | Education/Reference | Politics and Activism | Poverty | Human Rights | Labor | Neoliberalism | Corporations | Privatization  
 
 
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00:49:46 
 
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View Script    2011-09-16  English 
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