S3 - 02 / Nick Garcia from Teach for America
'Miss Education' Jennifer Maestas sits down with Nick Garcia, the Executive Director for Teach for America, San Antonio. Nick and Jen touch on some misconceptions of TFA as well and the past, present and future of the Non-Profit.
Find Nick on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nick-garcia-b879b426/
S3 - 01 / Bekah McNeel
'Miss Education' Jennifer Maestas sits down with Bekah Mcneel, she is an Education, immigration, and localism writer and reporter living in San Antonio, Texas. She shares some stories and experiences from over the years reporting on education for the Rivard Report and the SA Current.
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S2 - 08 / Season 2 Finale with Scott Meltzer
'Miss Education' Jennifer Maestas sits down with Scott Meltzer, Manager of Education and Workforce Partnerships at Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce. Scott talks running for school board here in San Antonio, his education journey with City Year and the Nashville education system.
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S2 - 07 / Liberia Now
'Miss Education' Jennifer Maestas sits down with her husband Carlos for a recap and reflection on their recent trip to Liberia and some of the recordings they made with teachers and students from the VLA school.
S2 - 06 / SALT Panel Discussion at City Education Partners
'Miss Education' Jennifer Maestas sits down with fellow members of SALT (San Antonio Teachers and Leaders) for a Panel Discussion at City Education Partners. Building San Antonio School Finder to give every student access to school choice.
S2 - 05 / The Salty Bs are Back - Jennifer Rosas and Veronica Valdovinos
'Miss Education' Jennifer Maestas sits down her best friends and salty B's, Jennifer Rosas and Veronica Valdovinas. Teaching aint easy and summers are busy.
Customer ReviewsSee All
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!
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 love that this podcast focuses on misconceptions with education. Understanding the small details about how the education industry works is perfect for my point life, with two daughters headed to school in the next few years.
Thank you and keep up the great work!