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EdTrusted, a new podcast from The Education Trust, brings listeners thoughtful conversations with experts on breaking events of educational equity. From the latest legislative or regulatory action in Washington, DC to updates and trends on practices in states and school districts, Ed Trusted is the place to go for answers to all your questions about inequities in education.

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EdTrusted, a new podcast from The Education Trust, brings listeners thoughtful conversations with experts on breaking events of educational equity. From the latest legislative or regulatory action in Washington, DC to updates and trends on practices in states and school districts, Ed Trusted is the place to go for answers to all your questions about inequities in education.

    Not for the First Time, Nor the Last

    Not for the First Time, Nor the Last

    In this final episode of the first season of Ed Trust’s new podcast, EdTrusted, Karin Chenoweth and Dr. Tanji Reed Marshall talk with two educational historians: Dr. James Anderson, professor of history and Dean of the School of Education at University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana. He is author of the foundational work, Education of Blacks in the South, 1860-1935, which is […]

    • 1 hr 2 min
    No Time for Silence

    No Time for Silence

    In this sixth episode of Ed Trust’s new podcast, EdTrusted, Ed Trust’s writer-in-residence Karin Chenoweth and P-12 director of practice Dr. Tanji Reed Marshall talk with five students and three superintendents about the accusation that schools are indoctrinating children with “divisive concepts,” which is how state legislators around the country have characterized critical race theory. “We’re talking about culturally responsive […]

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Educating in an Age of Censorship

    Educating in an Age of Censorship

    In this fifth episode of Ed Trust’s new podcast, EdTrusted, Ed Trust’s writer-in-residence Karin Chenoweth and P-12 director of practice Dr. Tanji Reed Marshall talk with four thoughtful educators and scholars to discuss the cognitive dissonance many White Americans feel when learning about such events in American history as the Tulsa Massacre of 1921 and how that is leading them […]

    • 50 min
    The Unbearable Discomfort of History

    The Unbearable Discomfort of History

    In this fourth episode of Ed Trust’s new podcast, EdTrusted, Ed Trust’s writer-in-residence Karin Chenoweth and director of practice Dr. Tanji Reed Marshall discuss the cognitive dissonance many White Americans feel when learning about such events in American history as the Tulsa Massacre of 1921 and how that is leading them to try to suppress the teaching of honest history. […]

    • 1 hr 1 min
    What are Teachers Teaching?

    What are Teachers Teaching?

    Conversations surrounding Critical Race Theory and the wave of restrictive education legislation being pushed in many states frames teachers as radical leftists who are indoctrinating children. In this third episode, Ed Trust’s writer in-residence Karin Chenoweth and director of practice Tanji Reed Marshall, Ph.D try to get a handle on what teachers are actually teaching in the classroom. They are joined […]

    • 1 hr 1 min
    The Long Arm of the Law

    The Long Arm of the Law

    In this second episode of Ed Trust’s new podcast, EdTrusted, Ed Trust’s writer-in-residence Karin Chenoweth and director of practice Tanji Reed Marshall, Ph.D. talk about state legislation seeking to limit what is taught in classrooms with ACLU staff attorney Emerson Sykes and assistant professor at Vanderbilt University Dr. Matthew Shaw. According to an analysis by Education Week, roughly half of […]

    • 52 min

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