Category: Education Clip

High School in a Pandemic

Christy McDonald catches up with PBS Newshour Student Reporting Labs students Isaac, Mackenzie, and Emily about how school has changed when it comes to learning virtually and interactions with friends and teachers.

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The State of Our Schools

Stephen Henderson talks with Erin Einhorn of NBC News and Chastity Pratt, Education Bureau Chief at The Wall Street Journal, about the biggest issues facing not only local districts but also nationwide as students go back to school.

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How COVID-19 is changing college for good

Christy talks with New York Times bestselling author and higher education journalist, Jeffrey Selingo, about how changes to higher ed during COVID-19 could influence how students think about college going forward.

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Silent Heroes: Michael Payne, Jr.

Tara Hardy, Manager of Education Initiatives at DPTV, interviews Michael Payne Jr., President of Black Male Educators Alliance of Michigan, about the challenges Black men face in pursuing careers in education and more.

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Return to Learn

Christy caught up with Amber Arellano, who is the Executive Director of the Education Trust Midwest, for what the beginning of the school year will look like for Michigan.

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  • UK doctors seek review of 12-week gap between vaccine doses

    A major British doctors' group says the U.K. government should "urgently review" its decision to give people a second dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine up to 12 weeks after the first, rather than the shorter gap recommended by the manufacturer and the World Health Organization.