Good School, it’s not just a phrase. It defines who we are. It determines our future success. It determines our social network, and it determines our social mobility. Join the students of the Community College of Baltimore County as they explore the concept of a “good school” in this ongoing podcast series. Season 1 is live! Subscribe now to be notified.
Akira Tisdale, Ian Kafes, and Sam Horn discuss the history of higher education in the U.S. and ponder where community colleges fit in to this history.
What makes a good college professor? And what does tenure have to do with it? Host Olivia Yates spills the tea with an adjunct professor, a tenured professor, and a nontenured professor as they uncover the realities of the faculty hierarchy in higher ed and explore how the hierarchy can affect the student experience.
In 1996, Dr. Richard Freeland was appointed president of Northeastern University. His main goal as president: to break into the U.S. News & World Report’s top 100 Colleges. Does a high U.S. News Ranking make a good school? Follow host, Abby Spies, as she tries to answer this question.
A high school student dreams of a college with dogs in the dorms but first must confront college counselors, essay coaches, and admissions officers— oh my! Featuring Eric Hoover, Senior Writer at the Chronicle of Higher Education; Christopher Wild, Associate Director of Admissions at Goucher College; and Calvin Pickett, essay coach at College Essay Guy. Hosted by Keith Anstead.
Life long friends, Katie and Alyssa, discuss their path to community college and why they didn’t end up at a "good school". Are they happy with the way things worked out or are they simply making the best of it? Hosted by Attia Robinson.
Trailer: Good School from the Community College of Baltimore County
Welcome to the Good School podcast! Launching February 15, 2023 from ForReal Media and the Community College of Baltimore County's New Media Collective.
Good School investigates the complexities of higher education from the perspective of community college students.
Student journalists explore the admissions process, college rankings, the faculty hierarchy, the history of higher education and more.
Hosted by Community College of Baltimore County students: Olivia Yates, Keith Anstead, Abby Spies, Attia Robinson, Sam Horn, Akira Tisdale and Ian Kaffes
Co-Produced by ForReal Media and CCBC's New Media Collective
Writing Consultant and Editor: Stacia Stein
Editors: EJ Snyder and Kyle Woodworth
Audio Engineer: Nicholas Karlin
Original music and sound design: Kyle Woodworth
Cover Art: Jacob Elliott
Engaging and informative podcast. The student perspective is unique and vital. Episodes are well produced and yet spontaneous in their own way, too. This kind of podcast is not easy to create. Thanks for all the hard work and collaboration.
Every high school student should hear this!
Every high school student who is preparing to go to college, and every parent of a high school student should have a listen to this informative podcast. I am so impressed with the work of the students from this community college, and their investigative curiosity. Really interesting to learn about the behind the scenes intricacies of how college admissions works.
Do you want to go to a College where the number one value is faculty publication and research? Or do you wanna go to a College were the number one value is the students and their success?
Such an important topic!
I live in Silicon Valley where there is an obsession with getting into impressive colleges and universities, and even “high ranked” K-12 schools. I’m loving this podcast dedicated to challenging the idea that only a handful of colleges are good.