Educationally Speaking Educationally Speaking is a five-week WHRV special, produced by Barry Graham and Kathy Martin, that examines the current state of education. This documentary series will feature local interviews about a different topic each week.
Educationally Speaking

Educationally Speaking

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Educationally Speaking is a five-week WHRV special, produced by Barry Graham and Kathy Martin, that examines the current state of education. This documentary series will feature local interviews about a different topic each week.More from Educationally Speaking »

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Vocational Education in Work and in Practice

Local salon owner Krista Gray discusses how vocational education provided her with a pathway to a career that she is passionate about.

Vocational Education in Work and in Practice

The Peninsula Council for Workforce Development and In-Demand Skilled Trades

Lisa Wornom Zahralddin details programs that offer training and the in demand jobs that employers are clamoring for. The Council for Workforce Development develops job training programs with local businesses and community colleges to help fill the gap for these jobs.

The Peninsula Council for Workforce Development and In-Demand Skilled Trades

Health Care as a Career Pathway

Nancy Littlefield of Riverside Health System discusses how the health care industry needs to reach out to ensure that underprivileged communities are aware of the possibilities for medical careers, including those that do not require four year degrees.

Introducing students early to the possibilities in Health Care

What are the pathways to working in the health care field? Nancy Littlefield and Faye Gargiulo of Riverside Health System suggest introducing students as early as middle school to the possibilities of working in the health care industry, and emphasizing that the needed training can stretch from an introductory level course to a medical school degree.

Introducing students early to the possibilities in Health Care

The Need for Medical Specialists

Faye Gargiulo and Nancy Littlefield describe how community colleges and Riverside Health System partner to ensure that courses, certifications, and training programs are keeping up with the needs in an ever changing industry.

The Need for Medical Specialists

Stepping Stones in Health Care

Faye Gargiulo of Riverside Health System discusses how Certified Nursing Assistants and other introductory level nursing positions may lead to higher skilled positions like RN's and Nurse Practitioners.

The Peninsula Council for Workforce Development and In-Demand Skilled Trades

Lisa Wornom Zahralddin details programs that offer training and the in demand jobs that employers are clamoring for. The Council for Workforce Development develops job training programs with local businesses and community colleges to help fill the gap for these jobs.

The Peninsula Council for Workforce Development and In-Demand Skilled Trades

Hampton City Schools and the Academies of Hampton

Veronica Hurd presents the Academy Model the system is creating. The Academy Model prepares students for specific careers in different disciplines.

Hampton City Schools and the Academies of Hampton

The Defense Industry and the Need for Investment in Education

ODU Economics Professor Dr Robert McNabb and former ODU President James Koch discuss the need to diversify our local economy and make education spending a priority to prepare for possible future base closings.

The Defense Industry and the Need for Investment in Education

The Role of Community Colleges and High Schools in providing training for the marine scien...

Directors at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science discuss how local community colleges and high schools can meet the increasing demand for workers within the aquaculture industry.

The Role of Community Colleges and High Schools in providing training for the marine scien...

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