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March, 2015

  • 20 March

    [PODCAST] #343e: Kate Baker – Education Options, Live Q&A (2015 Liberty Forum)

    Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadPart Five in our 2015 New Hampshire Liberty Forum Discussions Kate and I sat down in front of a live audience following her presentation, Moving to the Free State with Children: A Discussion of Education Options in NH. Kate's Bio: Kate Baker is the Executive Director of the Network for Educational Opportunity, an education resource and networking organization and the first organization to implement the NH Education Tax Credit Scholarships. She was a teacher of the performing arts for almost a decade and is passionate about gifted education, charter schools and school choice. Kate is proud to serve on the Polaris Charter School Board of Trustees and has worked tirelessly, on behalf of NH ...

March, 2013

  • 1 March

    200a: Live At Liberty Forum With Gardner Goldsmith and Kate Baker

    Podcast: Play in new window | Download(2013 NH Liberty Forum Series, Part One) Kate and Gardner join Osborne and me for an impromptu live cast from the 2013 New Hampshire Liberty Forum. Discussion: -Sound check and School Sucks mascot discussion (until 11:45) -Kate's speech -Sudbury School -dangers and confusion of democracy Look Closer: Liberty Conspiracy - http://libertyconspiracy.com/ Network for Educational Opportunity - http://networkforeducation.org/

December, 2014

  • 3 December

    [PODCAST] #321: FREE A/V – The Hidden History of School Sucks Project

    Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadCOMPILATION - Final Installment in this series: A reverse-chronological sampling of bonus content over the last five years. With Thaddeus Russell, Antigone Darling, Wes Bertrand, Carlos Morales, Keegan, Jason Osborne, Puke and the Gang, Marc Stevens, Richard Grove, Cory Stanish, Nicholas from Australia, Ian Freeman, Michelle Seven, Tony Myers, Mark Edge, Larken Rose, Bob Murphy, Kate Baker, Carla Gericke, Jan Irvin, Jamie Crane, Keene liberals, and more. Click here for the version with chapters Clips: 1 http://schoolsucksproject.com/av-club-brett-on-sex-lies-anarchy-video-11-18-14/ Rites of passage and toxic "friendships" 2 http://schoolsucksproject.com/av-club-after-school-sucks-special-9-19-14/ A post-mortem on the Thaddeus Russell Q&A 3 http://schoolsucksproject.com/av-club-pre-show-6-13-14-with-thaddeus-russell-and-antigone-darling/ Thad discusses the possibility of debating Stefan Molyneux 4 http://schoolsucksproject.com/av-club-paleoweight-loss-hangout-with-wes-and-osborne/ Wes and Osborne discuss some dietary adjustments to trigger fat ...

April, 2013

  • 18 April

    Bonus Show (Video) – Young Entrepreneurs, Cheating Teachers and Bitcoin

    (AV CLUB/Recorded 4-18-13) - Kristov and Andrew call in to discuss their new apparel company, Robber Baron Swag - entrepreneurship - Kickstarter - Paul Krugman on Bitcoin - the divisibility of Bitcoin - Mike Martelli from First Degree Liberty calls in - teachers cheating on standardized tests - Brett vs. Matt Damon in a fight? - how to get celebrity guests on SSP - Kate Baker calls in to report on the progress of The Network For Educational Opportunity - Bill the teacher from NJ gets a few of his students to listen and call in

February, 2013

  • 27 February

    School Sucks Live At Liberty Forum (2-22-13)

    (A/V CLUB) This will be available as a podcast. With Kate Baker, Gardner Goldsmith and Neal (of Flaming Freedom). Related PostsAn Introduction to Gardner Goldsmith74Tags: goldsmith, gardner, a/v

July, 2012

  • 30 July

    154: School Choice and the Minefield of Educational Politics

    Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadPicture: Trustees of the General Education Board, the first Rockefeller foundation, at a retreat in Rockland, Maine, in July 1915. Front row, from left: Edwin A. Alderman, Frederick T. Gates, Charles W. Eliot (former president of Harvard University), Harry Pratt Judson (president of University of Chicago), Wallace Buttrick (executive officer of the Board). Second row, from left: Wickliffe Rose (head of the Rockefeller public health programs), Hollis B. Frissell, John D. Rockefeller, Jr., E. C. Sage, Albert Shaw, Abraham Flexner. Third row, from left: George E. Vincent (president of the Rockefeller Foundation), Anson Phelps Stokes, Starr J. Murphy, Jerome D. Greene Topics: Kate Baker, the Executive Director of The Network For Educational Opportunity, joins ...

  • 26 July

    Full Video – 154: School Choice and the Minefield of Educational Politics

    Topics: Kate Baker, the Executive Director of The Network For Educational Opportunity, joins me to discuss her battles in educational politics, school choice, the history of compulsory schooling, and parenting. This is an edited version of 7-26-12 show. School Sucks is live on the Liberty Radio Network and UStream Thursdays at 10pm EST. Look Closer: N.H. will request waiver from NCLB http://m.seacoastonline.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=%2F20120722%2FNEWS%2F207220339%2F-1%2FNEWSMAP&template=wapart Network for Education Opportunity http://networkforeducation.org/ A SHORT ANGRY HISTORY OF AMERICAN FORCED SCHOOLING http://4brevard.com/choice/Public_Education.htm The Underground History of American Education: A Schoolteacher's Intimate Investigation Into The Problem Of Modern Schooling http://johntaylorgatto.com/underground/ Help School Sucks, Tragedy and Hope and John Taylor Gatto: Enter the coupon code: "SCHOOLSUCKS"

October, 2016

  • 11 October

    School Versus Education?

    WOODS: Your podcast – what category is it in in iTunes? Do they have an education category? VEINOTTE: Oh, yeah. There’s actually quite a bit of competition in the education category, because anything that’s like foreign-language instruction or how-to, gets thrown into the education category. I will say, though, that we are the only show that is consistently hitting on schooling versus education and looking at school issues, and not so much delving into all the problems of school like zero tolerance. We did that in the early days of the show and it got pretty tiring. Now we’re spending most of our time talking about what real education is, but also frequently reminding people that schooling, government schooling, is ...