The Color of Teaching

The Color of Teaching

By Jesse
A podcast discussing equity and social justice issues in Wisconsin public schools.
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The Equity of Grading during COVID 19

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The Equity of Grading during COVID 19
This month on "The Color of Teaching," Dr. Manuel Rustin stops by (via Zoom, of course) to talk about the equity of grading during the Pandemic. We also kick off the episode with some voice messages from wonderful educators from across the state of Wisconsin! Buckle up, this episode is a WILD ride!!  
37:49
May 18, 2020
Thoughts on COVID 19, Elections and Equity
This month's episode features voice messages from across the state sharing bright spots in the darkness and interviews with Josh Jackson from Milwaukee about COVID and equity, and with Gina Pagel from Sun Prairie about organizing in the midst of a pandemic. 
49:43
April 16, 2020
Public Schools are the Best Schools!
This month, we talk about why public education is amazing in the state of Wisconsin! 
59:38
March 1, 2020
Why?
In this episode, the discussion centers around educators of color and union membership. Also, Abie Vang from Green Bay joins Jesse to talk about equity work in Wisconsin and why educators of color should join their unions. 
37:10
January 20, 2020