1. "A New Approach to Teacher Education Reform and Improvement" Clip 3

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    At Education Sector's September 30th event, Secretary Arne Duncan from the U.S. Department of Education discusses his plans to improve teacher preparation programs.

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    • Education in America: A Civil Rights Update

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      Ricardo Soto, deputy assistant secretary for civil rights in the U.S. Department of Education, engages in a 45-minute conversation on diversity and social changes underway in nation’s educational system, specifically colleges and universities. Moderated by CBS News Correspondent Randall Pinkston, Soto discusses the work of the Office for Civil Rights and how civil rights laws work to ensure and deliver quality education for low-income and minority students.

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      • Department of Education

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        TV spot produced in conjunction with Buyer Advertising for Dept of Education in Massachusetts and Florida to encourage high school kids to pursue a college education

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        • Superintendent's Message, July 2011

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          DOE Superintendent Kathryn S. Matayoshi offers brief remarks on the Hawaii State Assessment preliminary results from the 2010-2011 school year.

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          • NJ Spotlight Roundtable: Charter School Policy & Accountability, Chapter 4, Enrollment and Q&A Session

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            NJ Spotlight presents a roundtable on Charter School Policy and Accountability, held May 12, 2011 in Newark, NJ. In Chapter 4, the panelists discuss Charter School Enrollment and take audience questions. Panelists were: 1. Acting Commissioner of Education Chris Cerf 2. NJ State Assemblywoman Mila M. Jasey 3. Montclair State University professor and charter school expert Katrina Bulkley 4. Karen Thomas, CEO of Marion P. Thomas Charter School, Newark 5. Julia Sass Rubin, Save Our Schools NJ 6. Carly Bolger, Director, Office of Charter Schools, NJ Department of Education Moderating the panel is John Mooney, NJ Spotlight’s education writer and co-founder. More information at njspotlight.com. This program produced for NJ Spotlight by Professional Podcasts LLC.

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            • NJ Spotlight Roundtable: Charter School Policy & Accountability, Chapter 3 - Funding

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              NJ Spotlight presents a roundtable on Charter School Policy and Accountability, held May 12, 2011 in Newark, NJ. In chapter 3, the panel discusses funding charter schools. Panelists were: 1. Acting Commissioner of Education Chris Cerf 2. NJ State Assemblywoman Mila M. Jasey 3. Montclair State University professor and charter school expert Katrina Bulkley 4. Karen Thomas, CEO of Marion P. Thomas Charter School, Newark 5. Julia Sass Rubin, Save Our Schools NJ 6. Carly Bolger, Director, Office of Charter Schools, NJ Department of Education Moderating the panel is John Mooney, NJ Spotlight’s education writer and co-founder. More information at njspotlight.com. This program produced for NJ Spotlight by Professional Podcasts LLC.

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              • NJ Spotlight Roundtable: Charter School Policy & Accountability, Chapter 2 - Authorizing

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                NJ Spotlight presents a roundtable on Charter School Policy and Accountability, held May 12, 2011 in Newark, NJ. In chapter 2, the panel discusses authorizing charter schools. Panelists were: 1. Acting Commissioner of Education Chris Cerf 2. NJ State Assemblywoman Mila M. Jasey 3. Montclair State University professor and charter school expert Katrina Bulkley 4. Karen Thomas, CEO of Marion P. Thomas Charter School, Newark 5. Julia Sass Rubin, Save Our Schools NJ 6. Carly Bolger, Director, Office of Charter Schools, NJ Department of Education Moderating the panel is John Mooney, NJ Spotlight’s education writer and co-founder. More information at www.njspotlight.com. This program produced for NJ Spotlight by Professional Podcasts LLC.

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                • NJ Spotlight Roundtable: Charter School Policy & Accountability

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                  NJ Spotlight presents a roundtable on Charter School Policy and Accountability, held May 12, 2011 in Newark, NJ. Panelists were: 1. Acting Commissioner of Education Chris Cerf 2. NJ State Assemblywoman Mila M. Jasey 3. Montclair State University professor and charter school expert Katrina Bulkley 4. Karen Thomas, CEO of Marion P. Thomas Charter School, Newark 5. Julia Sass Rubin, Save Our Schools NJ 6. Carly Bolger, Director, Office of Charter Schools, NJ Department of Education Moderating the panel is John Mooney, NJ Spotlight’s education writer and co-founder. More information at www.njspotlight.com. This program produced for NJ Spotlight by Professional Podcasts LLC.

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                  • MI Climb (Corbin Design/State of Michigan)

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                    The Michigan Department of Education went beyond books, pens and paper to help its teachers navigate the tangle of state and nationwide benchmarks they are accountable for every day. This video introduced an extensive CD-ROM training tool designed to help teachers incorporate these outside requirements into their curriculums in a way that led to success from the student level through the administrative level.

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                    • Arne Duncan on the future of American Education

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                      Secretary of Education Arne Duncan speaks at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation forum on investing in communities of color. The forum took place on February 28, 2011 in the Capitol.

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