One Size Does Not Fit All
The One Size Does Not Fit All panel discussion filmed on December 12, 2015, at the MetroEast Community Media Center has been edited and is ready to be broadcast four times on community media stations. The panel discussion will then be archived at the media center and made available for wide distribution.
The panel commented on timely topics in education such as: How have our schools and educational oversight changed? How did this change happen? How did standardized testing and CC$$ become hotly debated issues? What is opting out of testing and how prevalent is this? How is the privatization of education connected to healthcare, prisons and the attack on unions? How does all of this impact our communities? How is data being collected and used? How is "equity" being used to promote school reform and how is this abuse being challenged? What does the future look like?
Mark Your Calendar
The show will air three times on channel 21:
Monday, February 1st 7:00 PM
Wednesday, February 3rd 9:00 PM
Saturday, February 6th 5:30 PM
It will air once on channel 11:
Thursday, February 4th 11:00 AMPlease note: Channel 21 is Portland east of the river. Channel 11 is all of the Portland Metro area. Channel 11 reaches about 400,000 homes with cable.
Special thanks to Dana Brenner-Kelley, moderator and creator of the show, and out panelists: GM Garcia, Hyung Kyu Nam, Teressa Raiford, Jesse Hagopian, and Serena Walters. Also, we couldn't have produced the show without the skill and generosity of MetroEast Community Media.
Three public service announcements were also filmed at MetroEast Community Media on December 12th for release and use by community media stations and social media:
Kathleen Hagans Jeskey for BATS
Pat Eck--announcing the creation of a statewide chapter of Parents Across America for Oregon
Bill Dodds and Pat Eck---statement by Multnomah Grange #71 in support of HB 2713, the test audit bill