We conclude our series of Congressional candidate interviews with current Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, who is facing a challenger in the Republican primary on Tuesday. We find out why Americans fall short on necessary financial literacy, and what the impact of that is. We learn about a program to prepare new teachers for work in urban classrooms, and we cover a new push for immigration reform in Wisconsin.
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Urban Teaching Program Addresses Education Gap For Poor Students
Growing up in a tough Milwaukee neighborhood motivated Lalenunat Johnson to become a teacher. But to thrive in an urban classroom setting requires skill and support – both of which a new teaching program is trying to provide. Central Time takes a closer look.
Why We Fall Short On Financial Literacy
Most Americans fell short in a recent financial literacy exam. A Wisconsin expert tells us why financial literacy is not as easy to master as we might think–and what might help.
Congressional Primary Candidate Interview: Paul Ryan
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan joins the show to talk about his re-election campaign for Wisconsin’s First Congressional district as part of an ongoing series of candidate interviews.
- Rob Ferrett Host
- Marika Suval Producer
- Rob Ferrett Producer
- Haleema Shah Producer
- Lalenunat Johnson Guest
- Hannah Hensel Guest
- J. Michael Collins Guest
- Speaker Paul Ryan Guest
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