Bilingual State Statute, Theater To Help Veterans Cope

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New federal guidelines have been released for school districts with a high percentage of English Language Learners, and local groups want the Madison Metropolitan School District to get on board. Our guest makes the case that learning in two languages will help every student achieve more. Then we learn about a theater director who uses ancient Greek myths to help veterans deal with issues from their time in the military.

Featured in this Show

  • Madison School Board Debates Plans To Provide More Options To English Language Learners

    President of the Latino Education Council Salvador Carranza and Executive Director of the Office of Multilingual and Global Education and Madison Schools discuss a new proposal to give English Language Learners more course options.

  • Using Greek Tragedies To Overcome PTSD

    Theater director Bryan Doerries talks about learning and performing Greek tragedies as a way of over coming modern PTSD from things like war and natural disaster.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Galen Druke Producer
  • Silvia Romero-Johnson Interviewer
  • Salvador Carranza Interviewer
  • Bryan Doerries Guest