Inside Education with Sid Glassner

Inside Education with Sid Glassner Show archives from Inside Education with Sid Glassner. The show ran from January, 2015 to January, 2017 on 90.7 FM WLMW NH Family Radio.
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Rest in Peace, Sid S. Glassner (October 2, 1931 - May 18, 2017)
05/27/2017

Rest in Peace, Sid S. Glassner (October 2, 1931 - May 18, 2017)

05/27/2017
Memorial Obituaries Glassner, Sid

Sid S. Glassner, 85, died peacefully at his home in Exeter, NH, surrounded by family, on May 18, 2017. All of the archives from his weekly radio show are chronicled on this page.

Richard H. Girard shared his experiences as a first-year School Board member in Manchester, NH. From choosing a new supe...
01/30/2017

Richard H. Girard shared his experiences as a first-year School Board member in Manchester, NH. From choosing a new superintendent to setting a budget for the next school year, much was covered!

(aired on 01/26/2017)

Inside Education with Sid Glassner's cover photo
01/16/2017

Inside Education with Sid Glassner's cover photo

How do teachers get taught? Dr. Kathleen Kesson, Professor of Education at Long Island University joined Sid to answer a...
01/16/2017
Inside Education: What's Teacher Education All About? - Girard At Large

How do teachers get taught? Dr. Kathleen Kesson, Professor of Education at Long Island University joined Sid to answer and to discuss the process of preparing teachers for the classroom. (aired on 01/12/2017)

Teacher education was the main focus of today’s show which featured Dr. Kathleen Kesson, Professor of Education at Long Island University. Dr. Kesson, a prolific writer and researcher has published and edited many books and manuscripts. Conversations concerned how we educate teachers, how much em...

Glenn Cordelli, NH State Representative joined Sid for a chat on School Choice and new legislation he is introducing in ...
01/12/2017
Inside Education: School Choice in Public Education - Girard At Large

Glenn Cordelli, NH State Representative joined Sid for a chat on School Choice and new legislation he is introducing in Concord to establish a special commission dedicated to authorizing charter schools as well as evaluating their performance. (aired on 01/05/2017)

Glenn Cordelli, a legislator in the New Hampshire House of Representative and a member of the House Education Committee joined Sid today in a discussion focused on the many aspects of school choice an education idea that has been a part of education discussions dating back to the 1950’s. Presently…

Dr. Steven Gross, Professor of Educational Leadership at Temple University in Philadelphia, shared his thoughts on the r...
12/27/2016
Inside Education: Talking About Educational Leadership - Girard At Large

Dr. Steven Gross, Professor of Educational Leadership at Temple University in Philadelphia, shared his thoughts on the role of teachers, Betsy De Vos and technology in the classrooms. (aired on 12/22/2016)

Joining the show today was Dr. Steven Gross, Professor of Educational Leadership at Temple University in Philadelphia, a colleague of Sid’s at the New England Society for the Study of Education. Careful thought was given to how educational leadership can be developed and encouraged among teachers...

NH State Board of Education chairman Tom Raffio shared his thoughts on School Choice, ESSA, Education Secretary nominee ...
12/16/2016
Inside Education: State Board Chair Shares Ideas on "Inside Education" - Girard At Large

NH State Board of Education chairman Tom Raffio shared his thoughts on School Choice, ESSA, Education Secretary nominee Betsy De Vos and the teaching (or not teaching) of U.S. History in our classrooms.

(aired on 12/15/2016)

Chair of the New Hampshire State Board of Education, Tom Raffio returned to the “Inside Education” microphone and shared his ideas on a number of critical education issues. Discussions revolved around school choice which included vouchers and charter schools, the implementation of the new “Every…

Inside Education with Sid Glassner's cover photo
12/14/2016

Inside Education with Sid Glassner's cover photo

Ray McNulty, Dean of the School of Education at Southern New Hampshire University, joined Sid for a discussion on "The A...
12/14/2016
Inside Education: College Dean Spends Time on Inside Education - Girard At Large

Ray McNulty, Dean of the School of Education at Southern New Hampshire University, joined Sid for a discussion on "The Art of Teaching" and what working for the students actually means. (aired on 12/01/2016)

Ray McNulty, Dean of the School of Education at Southern New Hampshire University returned for his second visit to “Inside Education” resulting in a spirited, informative and stimulating conversation about some of present day challenges in public education. Among those challenges discussed were a...

In this spirited exchange, Fred Bramante defended the "miles and miles" of progress made towards "the absolute logical p...
11/29/2016
Inside Education: Like a Plane Being Assembled While in Flight - Girard At Large

In this spirited exchange, Fred Bramante defended the "miles and miles" of progress made towards "the absolute logical place for education to go:" Competency-Based Education.

Sid challenged Fred's exposition. (aired on 11/17/2017)

That is the way Fred Bramante, Sid’s guest, described the amplification of Competency-Based Education (CBE). Fred, who has been Sid’s guest a number of times continued his passionate support for CBE and its continued development while recognizing that there is a long way to go before it becomes a...

So what might public education look like in the Donald Trump administration? Ann Marie Banfield of Cornerstone Action jo...
11/14/2016
Inside Education: Education After the Election and Other Things - Girard At Large

So what might public education look like in the Donald Trump administration? Ann Marie Banfield of Cornerstone Action joined Sid to discuss. (aired on 11/10/2016)

So what will public education look like in the Donald Trump administration? That was one of the topics put under consideration in today’s show with guest Ann Marie Banfield. Will the newly elected president appoint an educator as Secretary of Education or will he pick one of his loyal supporters s...

Like Common Core, technology was embraced by educators, school boards and community members who were blinded by the “sal...
10/13/2016
Inside Education: Finally, a Critical Look at Technology in Our Schools - Girard At Large

Like Common Core, technology was embraced by educators, school boards and community members who were blinded by the “sales claims” made by those who comprise the technology juggernaut.

Cornerstone Policy Research education liaison Ann Marie Banfield joined Sid to discuss. (aired on 10/13/2016)

Ann Marie Banfield, education liaison for Cornerstone, joined Sid today and discussed a topic that receives very little scrutiny in our schools — technology. Considering the amount of money that school districts invest in technology there has been very little in-depth discussion about its influence...

To Re-District or not to Re-District? Manchester School Board member Richard H. Girard and former Hooksett SB member Joh...
10/13/2016
Inside Education: To Re-District or not to Re-District - That is the Question - Girard At Large

To Re-District or not to Re-District? Manchester School Board member Richard H. Girard and former Hooksett SB member John Lyscars joined Sid to ponder, and debate, the question.(aired on 10/06/2016)

John Lyscars of Hooksett and Rich Girard, a member of the Manchester School Board, joined Sid today to discuss an issue that has been before the Manchester School Board for a number of years — and that is should the school district go through the process of re-districting its schools in an effort to...

Jackie Cowell, Director of “Early Learning New Hampshire” (ELNH) sat down with Sid to discuss the nature and structure o...
09/22/2016
Inside Education: Looking at Early Childhood Programs in New Hampshire - Girard At Large

Jackie Cowell, Director of “Early Learning New Hampshire” (ELNH) sat down with Sid to discuss the nature and structure of pre-school programs in the Granite State. (aired on 09/15/2016)

Jackie Cowell, Director of the organization “Early Learning New Hampshire”(ELNH) sat down with Sid today to discuss the nature and structure of pre-school programs in New Hampshire. Discussions involved the philosophy that drives early education programs and how we know they are working in the best...

Dr. William J. Mathis, co-editor of the new book, “Learning from the Federal Market-Based Reforms” joined Sid for a disc...
09/22/2016
Inside Education: Considering Federal Market-Based Educational Reforms - Girard At Large

Dr. William J. Mathis, co-editor of the new book, “Learning from the Federal Market-Based Reforms” joined Sid for a discussion on the many hoaxes of educational “miracles.” (aired on 09/08/2016)

Dr. William J. Mathis, co-editor of the new book, “Learning from the Federal Market-Based Reforms” discussed with Sid a number of topics that relate to current market-based initiatives that influence the current educational landscape. Among the topics discussed were the new “Every Student Succeeds ...

From "No Child Left Behind" to "Every Student Succeeds," Ann Marie Banfield and Sid raised concerns about the "Acts" of ...
09/06/2016
Inside Education: Ann Marie Banfield Joins Sid on "Inside Education" - Girard At Large

From "No Child Left Behind" to "Every Student Succeeds," Ann Marie Banfield and Sid raised concerns about the "Acts" of the U.S. DOE. And encouraged parents to do the same. (aired on 09/01/2016)

Ann Marie Banfield, the education liaison for Cornerstone joined Sid today for some in-depth probing of some major education issues among them the new “Every Student Succeeds Act”. The general response to the new education law is that things will remain pretty much as it was under the “No Child…

Stephen Krashen, Professor Emeritus at the University of Southern California, issued a dire warning on the "Next Big Thi...
08/22/2016
Inside Education: 08/18/2016 - Girard At Large

Stephen Krashen, Professor Emeritus at the University of Southern California, issued a dire warning on the "Next Big Thing" in Public Education: Competency-Based Learning. (aired on 08/18/2016)

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Rep. Frank Guinta shared his Congressional perspective on the U.S. Dept. of Education and Obama overreach. Also, Sid's t...
08/12/2016
Inside Education: 08/11/2016 - Girard At Large

Rep. Frank Guinta shared his Congressional perspective on the U.S. Dept. of Education and Obama overreach.

Also, Sid's take on educational policies coming out of DC that have "multiplied exponentially" the violence in WI School Districts.

(aired on 08/11/2016)

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NH State Rep. Victoria Sullivan Public Figure Manchester, NH joined Sid in studio to discuss the educational issues bein...
08/11/2016
Inside Education: Rep Victoria Sullivan Speaks of Education at the State House - Girard At Large

NH State Rep. Victoria Sullivan Public Figure Manchester, NH joined Sid in studio to discuss the educational issues being bandied about at 25 Capitol Street in Concord. (aired on 08/04/2016)

Representative Victoria Sullivan, a member of the New Hampshire State House and its Education Committee discussed with Sid a number of critical education issues that were part of the past legislative session. Beginning with the passage of the new Civics legislation which includes the testing of s...

Inside Education with Sid Glassner's cover photo
08/11/2016

Inside Education with Sid Glassner's cover photo

School teacher and author Susan Ohanian called in to discuss "Many Things" (including ESSA) with our resident Senior Fel...
07/28/2016
A Discussion of Many Things - Girard At Large

School teacher and author Susan Ohanian called in to discuss "Many Things" (including ESSA) with our resident Senior Fellow.

(aired on 07/21/2016)

Susan Ohanian, a colleague of Sid’s at the New England Society for the Study of Education and an author of over 20 books and 100 articles joined Sid today to discuss of variety of issues that shape the landscape of public education today. Discussions involved topics such as reading, professional de...

Frank Edelblut for Governor joined Sid for a spirited discussion on the Public Education System, School Choice, Common C...
07/14/2016
Inside Education: 07/14/2016 - Girard At Large

Frank Edelblut for Governor joined Sid for a spirited discussion on the Public Education System, School Choice, Common Core, Political Appointees and the Power of Local Control.

(aired on 07/14/2016)

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Fred Bramante returned for his third visit  in an attempt to clarify certain aspects of Competency-Based Education (CBE)...
07/14/2016
Inside Education: A More Detailed Look At Competency-Based Education - Girard At Large

Fred Bramante returned for his third visit in an attempt to clarify certain aspects of Competency-Based Education (CBE).
(aired on 07/07/2016)

If you missed Part 1 (aired on 04/07/2016): http://www.girardatlarge.com/2016/04/inside-education-04072016/

If you missed Part 2 (aired on 04/21/2016): http://www.girardatlarge.com/2016/04/inside-education-04-21-2016/

Fred Bramante returned for his third visit to Inside Education with Sid Glassner in an attempt to clarify certain aspects of Competency-Based Education (CBE), an approach to teaching and learning that will eventually inhabit every public school district in the state which makes it incumbent for eve...

Pauline Hawkins: Writer, Teacher, Dreamer joined Sid to address bullying. Are Common Core and the high-stakes testing it...
07/14/2016
Bullying and How It Can Be Addressed - Girard At Large

Pauline Hawkins: Writer, Teacher, Dreamer joined Sid to address bullying. Are Common Core and the high-stakes testing it requires making the problem worse? (aired on 06/30/2016)

Pauline Hawkins returned for her second visit to “Inside Education” to continue our discussions about topics covered in her book, “Uncommon Core” a book that should be in every household that is bringing up children. Today’s discussion centered on the subject of bullying, a behavior that has defied...

Inside Education with Sid Glassner
07/07/2016

Inside Education with Sid Glassner

Michael Morgan, Superintendet of Schools in NH's SAU 16, shared details on his impressive career, which began in the Cit...
06/23/2016
Inside Education: New Hampshire Superintendent Looks at State's Educational Landscape - Girard...

Michael Morgan, Superintendet of Schools in NH's SAU 16, shared details on his impressive career, which began in the City of Manchester, and had MUCH to say about the issues facing educators today.

(aired on 06/16/2016)

Mike Morgan, superintendent of SAU 16 gave us his views on some critical educational issues. Leadership, a crucial factor in how are schools are run was looked at through the lens of an experienced central office administrator. Morgan introduced the notion of influence as a strong characteristic o...

Peggy Robertson explained the reasons why she's become a major figure in the United Opt-Out Movement and her efforts to ...
06/23/2016
Inside Education: Updating United Opt-Out Activities with Peggy Robertson - Girard At Large

Peggy Robertson explained the reasons why she's become a major figure in the United Opt-Out Movement and her efforts to uncloud what's happening inside our public schools. (aired on 06/09/2016)

Peggy Robertson, a major figure in the United Opt-Out Movement joined Sid today in discussions about the results of their Conference held last February, the Every Student Succeeds Act, and the desperate need to get the right information about what is happening in our public schools to parents and ot...

Sid chatted with Barry Lane, a Teacher, Author, Musician and Songwriter. He has done a lot of work across the country to...
06/06/2016
Inside Education: A Visit from the Multi-Talented Barry Lane: Educator, Musician, Author and...

Sid chatted with Barry Lane, a Teacher, Author, Musician and Songwriter. He has done a lot of work across the country to help teachers develop writing skills for themselves. And their students.

(aired on 05/26/2016) Learn more at http://discoverwriting.com/

Barry Lane, the New Hampshire born eclectic now living in Vermont filled the studio this morning with his clever original songs about what is happening in education today. Barry is also a consultant to schools conducting writing seminars for professionals. He has published a number of books which…

Mike Skelton, Executive Director of the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, explained the variety of roles the chamb...
05/24/2016
Inside Education: Manchester's Chamber of Commerce Appears on "Inside Education." - Girard At Large

Mike Skelton, Executive Director of the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, explained the variety of roles the chamber plays in helping improve education in the Queen City. (aired on 05/19/2016)

Michael Skelton, Executive Director of Manchester’s Chamber of Commerce appeared with Sid today on “Inside Education.” The major focus of their conversation was the chamber’s role in the education of Manchester’s students. Michael explained the variety of roles the chamber plays in helping improve...

Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas joined Sid to discuss his campaign for Governor of NH and the issues surrounding our schools...
05/13/2016
Inside Education: 05-12-2016 - Girard At Large

Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas joined Sid to discuss his campaign for Governor of NH and the issues surrounding our schools.

Also, The Senior Fellow's thoughts on a genuine lack of appreciation for teachers. (aired on 05/12/2016) Ted Gatsas for Governor

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Executive Councilor Chris Sununu, Republican candidate for Governor of NH, joined Sid for an in-depth discussion on educ...
05/13/2016
Inside Education: 05-05-2016 - Girard At Large

Executive Councilor Chris Sununu, Republican candidate for Governor of NH, joined Sid for an in-depth discussion on educational issues, among others. Chris Sununu For Governor of New Hampshire

(aired on 05/05/2016)

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Senior Fellow Sid sounded off on book awards, technology in the schools and preparing high school students for college. ...
05/13/2016
Inside Education: Sid Speaks of Many Things; Of Book Awards, Technology and the College Process...

Senior Fellow Sid sounded off on book awards, technology in the schools and preparing high school students for college.

(aired 04/28/2016)

Speaking about two of the most prestigious awards given for children’s literature and art, Sid spoke of how important the Newbery and Caldecott Award winning books are in the reading life of students. Students should be encouraged to read these books and if the encouragement is not coming from the...

Fred Bramante, President for National Center for Competency-Based Learning, was back in studio for Part 2 of their debat...
05/13/2016
Inside Education: More on Competency-Based Education with Fred Bramante - Girard At Large

Fred Bramante, President for National Center for Competency-Based Learning, was back in studio for Part 2 of their debate on Competency Based Education. (aired on 04/21/2016)

If you missed Part 1 (aired on 04/07/2016) - http://www.girardatlarge.com/2016/04/inside-education-04072016/

With so may avenues to explore when discussing Competency-Based education, Fred Bramante returned for further discussions on the teaching-learning approach that he believes will eventually be in all schools — definitely in the Manchester schools. Today’s discussion centered around the notion of pe...

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