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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Hiding and Fear as the end of DACA nears

How the demise of DACA has caused fear within the immigrant community and a "return to the shadows" by many.

Hiding and Fear as the end of DACA nears

Local activists take on the proposed ending of DACA

Beatrice Amberman, Vice-Chair of the Virginia Coalition of Latino Organizations discusses the confusion that emerged after Congress failed to create comprehensive immigration reform and states attempted to pass their own policies.

Local activists take on the proposed ending of DACA

The murky future for DACA

After emerging as a key issue in the 2016 Presidential Election, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that DACA was ending in March of 2018 unless Congress created its own version of the program.

DACA defined.

Immigration attorney Kimberly Grant discusses how DACA emerged in 2001 as "The Dream Act" yet never passed both houses of Congress. In 2012 it became policy of the Department of Homeland Security under then Secretary Janet Napolitano.which was founded by teachers Curtis Williams and Paul Wilson, offers mentoring and academic support for about three dozen students.

Educating Our Black Boys, Segment 4

Another View Producer Lisa Godley investigates the Presidential Men's Academy at Wilson High School. The program, which was founded by teachers Curtis Williams and Paul Wilson, offers mentoring and academic support for about three dozen students.

Educating Our Black Boys, Segment 3

We speak with Dr. Donna Elliot, Assistant Principal at Kempsville High School in Virginia Beach. She says that a shifting demographic towards greater diversity in the school division was the catalyst for increased cultural awareness in the classroom. Schools need to be aware that not all students fit a singular mold and there needs to be an understanding towards the needs of kids from different backgrounds.

Educating Our Black Boys, Segment 2

This episode focuses on Portsmouth School Board Member Cardell Patillo's Male Leadership Academy. It was created to help young African American Males succeed in school and life.

Educating Our Black Boys, Segment 1

This week we are looking at the achievement gap and a focus upon black males in our education system. Maxie Lee with the Norfolk Public Schools discusses how this is a cultural and social issue that needs addressing in order to see positive change in our schools.

Who Needs an English Major: The Future of Liberal Arts Education, Segment 4

Dr. Scott Miller and Dr. Tiffany Franks describe ow the liberal arts experience is much more than book learning. It's a discovery of issues and problems facing the world.

Who Needs an English Major: The Future of Liberal Arts Education, Segment 4

Who Needs an English Major: The Future of Liberal Arts Education, Segment 3

We meet Marty Blow who is an instructional designer. She came from a background where vocational training was the expected career path and there were limited expectations for a liberal arts education. She discusses how technology has inundated our lives and the liberal arts education develops these innovators who have changed our lives.

Who Needs an English Major: The Future of Liberal Arts Education, Segment 3

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