36 min

Linda Darling-Hammond: Out of the Lab and into the Classroom The 180

    • Education

As the Science of Learning and Development becomes better understood – the discoveries that connect how children develop and learn and how their environments can make or break their progress – a next challenge becomes clear: Turning that research into practice. So what exactly will it take from schools in communities and through public policy to make education work for every child in America? Linda Darling-Hammond, to put it mildly, has some ideas.Linda is president and CEO of the Learning Policy Institute and President of the California State Board of Education. She also is Charles E. Ducommun Professor of Education Emeritus at Stanford University. With many other leadership roles, award-winning books, more than 500 publications and education experience from preschool through higher ed, Darling-Hammond is simply one of this country's leading thinkers and doers in the field. In fact, in 2006 she was named one of the nation's 10 most influential people affecting educational policy, and in 2008 she headed President Obama's education policy transition team.For more information, go to www.turnaroundusa.org/podcast/

As the Science of Learning and Development becomes better understood – the discoveries that connect how children develop and learn and how their environments can make or break their progress – a next challenge becomes clear: Turning that research into practice. So what exactly will it take from schools in communities and through public policy to make education work for every child in America? Linda Darling-Hammond, to put it mildly, has some ideas.Linda is president and CEO of the Learning Policy Institute and President of the California State Board of Education. She also is Charles E. Ducommun Professor of Education Emeritus at Stanford University. With many other leadership roles, award-winning books, more than 500 publications and education experience from preschool through higher ed, Darling-Hammond is simply one of this country's leading thinkers and doers in the field. In fact, in 2006 she was named one of the nation's 10 most influential people affecting educational policy, and in 2008 she headed President Obama's education policy transition team.For more information, go to www.turnaroundusa.org/podcast/

36 min

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