We open our hour with the latest installment from our series with Good Samarian hospital; tonight, we hear from their spine center.
Next, we’ve assembled a panel to discuss the future of the No Child Left Behind Act, which is about to cross its ninth anniversary. The mandate has met with controversy since its inception and we’ll hear from experts talking about what was right–and what wasn’t–with NCLB.
Our panel included:
- Khalilah Harris, executive director of the Baltimore Freedom Academy Foundation
- Mariale Hardiman, chair of the department of Interdisciplinary Studies in Education at Johns Hopkins University and former principle of Roland Park Elementary School
- Bob Slavin, director of the Center for Research and Reform in Education at the Johns Hopkins University School of Education
- Carl Stokes, head of the Bluford Drew Jemison Math, Science and Technology Academy in East Baltimore
Be sure to check out the Shaping the Future seminar, featuring two of tonight’s guests, on Monday, December 7th on the Johns Hopkins Campus.