Dec 21, 2018
What would happen if businesses worked and listen more closely to what's taking place in schools, and vice versa? Wendy Larvick, Chief of Staff to the State Superintendent joins us this episode to discuss the Michigan Marshall Plan for Talent—an initiative aiming, in part, to do just that.
Dec 7, 2018
What have Michigan public schools done, and what do they still need to do, when it comes to special education and ensuring the success of all students across the state? Scott Koenigsknecht, Ed.D., Deputy Superintendent for the Michigan Department of Education's P-20 Systems and Student Transitions joins us this episode...
Nov 23, 2018
We sit down with MASB Director of Leadership Development & Executive Search Services Donna Oser to discuss recent changes within the Legislature as well as the Michigan Dept. of Education as it relates to the superintendency and what board members and superintendents should...
Nov 9, 2018
There are many ways literacy development can go wrong—or right—for young children. Dr. Nell Duke, professor at University of Michigan's School of Education, joins us to discuss the state of literacy of today's students, both in Michigan and nationwide. What can we do to move the needle forward for children everywhere?
Oct 26, 2018
What are the latest hot topics broadly affecting facets of Michigan's education community? In this episode, leaders from Michigan Association of Superintendents and Administrators, Michigan School Business Officials and Michigan Association of Secondary School Principals join host Don Wotruba once again to discuss not...