Tell Me More: Twitter & NPR.org stream Education Forum

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WXXI presents a live Twitter and NPR.org stream of the Education Forum from the NPR news and talk program Tell Me More. The Live Twitter event and show will stream at npr.org on 10/10 at 11am-12noon. The recorded program re-airs on Wednesday, October 10, 2012 at 8 p.m. Join the conversation ahead of time now on Twitter with #npredchat to share your views. 

WXXI presents a live Twitter and NPR.org stream of the Education Forum from the NPR news and talk program Tell Me More. The Live Twitter event and show will stream at npr.org on 10/10 at 11am-12noon. The recorded program re-airs on Wednesday, October 10, 2012 at 8 p.m on WXXI AM 1370. Join the conversation ahead of time now on Twitter with #npredchat to share your views. 

Education has always played a key role in the American dream of advancement and opportunity. But, to this point, the issue has not been a major topic of discussion in this election season. On Wednesday, October 10th at 11am on the npr.org stream and Twitter #npredchat the series will look at the latest education issues. WXXI presents NPR's Tell Me More with Michel Martin recorded version of the live radio broadcast focusing on the education issues that matter. The recorded program will air at: on AM 1370/FM-HD 91.5-2 at on 10/10 at 8pm.

Join us on Twitter today, using #npredchat and let's begin the exchange of ideas! Tell Me More's Twitter Education Forum is produced in partnership with NPR's StateImpact Florida as well as member station WLRN in Miami, Florida. Follow @TellMeMoreNPR and @nprnews on Twitter.

We'd like to hear from you: Who is responsible for making our schools better? What role should teachers, parents, the government, and private sector, be playing right now? Who is stepping up to the plate—and who isn't? Our conversations are focused on K through 12, but if you are interested in education, we are interested in you.

About Tell Me More with Michel Martin

Tell Me More with Michel Martin brings fresh voices and perspectives to public radio. The weekday one-hour program captures the headlines, issues and pleasures relevant to multicultural life in America. It is a production of NPR News in association with the African American Public Radio Consortium, representing independent public radio stations that serve predominantly black communities.