Education

State of the Re:Union with Al Letson: Back to the Basics — An American Graduate Special

Sun, 06/02/2013 - 9:00pm

State of the Re:Union's American Graduate coverage concludes with a special episode exploring school, community, and the dropout crisis in this country.

Ted Talks Education 2013 On-Demand:

Inspiring leaders on the topic of EDUCATION in this TED project hosted by John Legend. Watch On-Demand: 

State of The Re:Union: Summer in Sanctuary – An American Graduate Special

Sun, 05/12/2013 - 9:00pm

Based on the celebrated off-Broadway show by State of the Re:Union host Al Letson, Summer in Sanctuary — An American Graduate Special

Ted Talks Education

Tue, 05/07/2013 - 10:00pm

Hear inspiring leaders on the topic of learning in this TED project hosted by John Legend.

Listen On-Demand: Grit, Luck and Money: Preparing Kids for College and Getting Them Through


Listen On-Demand: More people are attending college than ever before, but many aren't finishing. Among low-income students, only nine percent complete a bachelor's degree by age 24.

The Dropout Dilemma on On-Demand

Thu, 12/15/2011 - 8:00pm

An American Graduate town hall meeting that looks at how the Rochester City School District's high drop out rate is impacting our community. Watch On-Demand:

On-Demand: Frontline: The Education of Michelle Rhee

On-Demand Program: Examine the legacy of controversial former chancellor of Washington, DC, public schools, Michelle Rhee.

On-Demand: TAVIS SMILEY REPORTS: Education Under Arrest

On-Demand Program: Explore the connection between the juvenile justice system and the dropout rate among American teens

On-Demand:180 Days: A Year Inside An American High School


On-Demand Series:
Observe a team of teachers and school leaders dealing with teenagers and pressures on the administration. Access discussion guides to hold your own talkback!

Grit, Luck and Money: Preparing Kids for College and Getting Them Through

Sun, 04/07/2013 - 9:00pm

More people are attending college than ever before, but many aren't finishing. Among low-income students, only nine percent complete a bachelor's degree by age 24.