Category Archives: Crisis in Education

sports and music making the difference

This episode of Hear in the City takes us on a journey to the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains at Camp Afflerbaugh, one of the 19 juvenile probation camps in Los Angeles County. Affirmative Athletics director Rob Thelusma introduces … Continue reading

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Bullied?

         On this week’s show, we are thrilled to announce that Hear in the City has been selected to be part of a national one-hour radio series: Generation PRX’s Bullied Project. Student producers René Ayala and Oscar Rodriguez … Continue reading

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eastside arts and 30 years of HIV/AIDS: 6/21/2011

Today we on Hear in the City, we visit two historic arts institutions on the east side of the Los Angeles River, and we sit in on a special session of The Infection Monologues, a theatrical celebration of life and love … Continue reading

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4/19/2011: holding council

On this installment of Hear in the City, we experience the Native American tradition of council in a non-traditional setting: a high school classroom just east of the Greyhound station in one of L.A.’s oldest schoolhouses, Metropolitan High where student … Continue reading

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04/05/11: Ciclavia & Education in Crisis Series

Teacher Educational Program at UCLA

Continuing our Education in Crisis series, Hear in the City visits an innovative graduate program UCLA IMPACT: Urban Teacher Residency, to talk with Dr. Annamarie Francois.  She sees a new movement of teacher apprenticeship as one solution to the problem … Continue reading

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03/29/2011: Education in Crisis

LAUSD School Number 13

Hear in the  City visits the construction site of LAUSD School Number 13, to learn more about the New School Construction Program, was approved by voters in 2007.  We talk with a young engineer at the site about the new … Continue reading

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03/29/2011: Education in Crisis

National Conference on Bilingual Education 2011

For the next three weeks, Hear in the City will spend time with students, teachers, administrators, and parents to talk about how we are all dealing with a serious problem in public education in Los Angeles.  Today we head to … Continue reading

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3/22/2011: world water day and education in crisis

As part of our series on the crisis in public education, we hand part of this show our students who study art with The HeArt Project as a way to open-up personal and professional possibilities while struggling to graduate from high … Continue reading

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