S3 - 09 / Season 3 Finale with David Robinson Jr.
'Miss Education' Jennifer Maestas sits down with David Robinson Jr. from Blueprint Local and from local podcast "The Fundamentals". Jen and David discuss the intersection of education, transportation and real estate, the future of San Antonio and moving the city forward as a whole.
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S3 - 08 / Molly Cox of SA2020
'Miss Education' Jennifer Maestas sits down with Molly Cox from SA2020, together they talk about accountability for educational, political and leadership systems here in our city. San Antonians came up with a list of goals, based on a vision for the future of our city. Each year, SA2020 reports on the community’s progress toward those goals.
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S3 - 07 / Sukhdeep Kaur
'Miss Education' Jennifer Maestas sits down with Sukh, her good friend and fellow SALT board member. Sukh is the Senior Director of Seat Investments at City Education Partners. School design and re structuring, gender discrimination, best practices and personal experiences all discussed.
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S3 - 06 / Inga Cotton and Cristina Noriega
'Miss Education' Jennifer Maestas sits down with Inga Cotton and Cristina Noriega. Inga is the founder and director of SA Charter Moms, which aspires to be the most trusted information source on education in our region. Cristina is an artist specializing in portraits, murals, and public art, together they speak about education in San Antonio.
S3 - 05 / School Reform with The Salty Bs
'Miss Education' Jennifer Maestas sits down with her best friends for another chat with "The Salty B's" Jennifer Rosas and Veronica Valdovinos. School reform, accountability and your 4th grade writing test on the docket.
S3 - 04 / Teach Plus with Megan Whalon and Austin Hawk
'Miss Education' Jennifer Maestas sits down with Megan Whalon and Austin Hawk, fellows of Teach Plus in San Antonio. The goal of Teach Plus is to empower excellent, experienced, and diverse teachers to take leadership over key policy and practice issues that advance equity, opportunity, and student success.
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This is a wonderful podcast with a first hand and desperately needed perspective on education in a city with some of the most storied and astonishing history of education.
Host needs improvement
It’s season 3 and the hostess still spends too much time talking about herself and doesn’t seem to be gaining confidence in her interviews. It’s frustrating to hear her interrupt guests, not be prepared for her guests by reading their materials or being familiar with their work, and continue to provide vague superficial commentary about complex issues. She has had great guests but these podcasts are not worth their time or mine in listening. Missed opportunity.
I like that Jen offers the insight of someone that has experience. I am a teacher also and the topics discussed are relevant and informative. The information Diego and Lorenzo add is also beneficial. Lots of good stuff!