Ep 41. “Localize your message” and how best to embrace the hard, with Jenn Ford

Brian MillerSchurtz and Ties Podcast

A graduate of Georgetown and the University of Colorado, President and founder of the ⁠Frederick Mountain Group,⁠ and a wilderness guide for seven years, Jennifer Ford brings the good and powerful word! Speaking truth into public school marketing strategies and how best to engage in difficult conversations with passionate or politically charged parents, Jenn Ford breaks down how public educators … Read More

Episode #252: Hans Hageman

Dana GoodierOut of the Trenches Podcast

Hans Eric Hageman is a graduate of Princeton and Columbia University Law School, He has started and led organizations for underserved children in Harlem, NY, Kenya, and Lucknow, India.  He is a recipient of the Robin Hood Foundation Heroes Award and the Essence Magazine Award. He is currently the executive director of the Tutwiler Community Education Center – a community … Read More

Episode #251: Angela Jerabek

Dana GoodierOut of the Trenches Podcast

Angela Jerabek is the founder and executive director of BARR Center. Jerabek developed the BARR model 20 years ago and has expanded it from one school in the Midwest to more than 200 schools. Jerabek has published five books, several op-eds and articles in various publications, including being featured in USA Today, National Public Radio, and CNBC. She has also presented at the … Read More

Episode #196: Brad Dude

Dana GoodierOut of the Trenches Podcast

Brad Dude was born in Joliet, Illinois in 1948 and grew up in Buena Park, California. In 1970 he joined the Peace Corps in Micronesia as a Volunteer English teacher and then served as a staff member in both Samoa and Micronesia. Since then, Brad has spent the past 40 years in the field of international development, training and consulting. … Read More

56 – Curiosity

Natalie Vardabasso#EduCrush Podcast

This week on #Educrush we are exploring the idea of questions! What does the best day at school look like? Kids are known for their ability to dream BIG right? Do the systems of schools nurture this natural inquisitiveness or is there something that we’re doing that stifles that in the classroom? I spoke with a few people, including a … Read More