The voice of the American Consortium for Equity in Education at ace-ed.org | Host Larry Jacobs facilitates rich discussions with innovative educators, thought leaders, authors and the leaders within the education industry to promote equity, access and opportunity for every student in every school.
SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT AND LEARNING : AN ARCHITECT'S POINT OF VIEW
A visit with school architect Jay Litman on how the overall learning anvironment of the building and classrooms matter to a student's behavior and learning and engagement.Jay established "Litman Architecture/Educational Consulting Group, LLC," a new architectural and planning consulting firm. This new company is designed to tackle the many facets of the changes necessary to continue the global momentum of school reform. This new consulting practice aims to bring design support to new school projects that acknowledge the impact of the “Fourth Industrial Revolution on the design of schools for a new generation of school children.. Reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org / 401-474-0780
STUDENT MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES IN LOUDEN COUNTY SCHOOLS
The Cook Center is providing Loudoun County VA schools with excellent resources foir student and educator mental health through their "ParentGuidance.org" program. Learn about it with representatives from both.
KID CITIZEN.NET : A LIBRARY OF CONGRESS SPONSORED K-5 CITIZENSHIP PROGRAM
Bert Snow along with Ilene and Michael Berson Early Childhood and Social Science Education Professors at the University of South Florida, have created this wonderful CIVICS program for younger kids .
SUPPORTING MULTI-LINGUAL LEARNERS IN THE CLASSROOM
Our guest Dr.Maryann Hasso is the author of several books on the subject all published by Rowman and Littlefield . She is also a professor in Higher Ed and a teacher at Victor Valley Union High School District in California
A GREAT PRINCIPAL ON GOING ABOVE AND BEYOND IN SEL, STUDENT SAFETY AND SCHOOL CULTURE
AN NASSP SHOW with Dr Suzan Hyatt, a Georgia based Principal Extrodinaire and NASSP Board Member and how she has worked wonders in SEL, Student Council and school culture in general.
HOW SCHOOL LEADERS CAN HELP TEACHERS IMPROVE READING
Trina Cornell is a reading specialist in St. Ann MO schools and is the author of a recent article in District Administration Magazine entitled, 5 ways leaders can help teachers inspire students to love reading
Focusing on what matters
Larry Jacobs has fantastic guests on his show and keeps conversations focused on things that really matter, like equity, inclusion and social-emotional learning. Many of his guests are from education associations, and they share valuable insight about what’s happening in communities across the country. Jacobs also publishes the Equity
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Comprehensive, informative podcast on all issues that education faces. Great work.
A great resource for educators!!