An education reporter details a new series exploring the “public perception puzzle” higher education is facing. Then, a science journalist talks school air quality and COVID as classes resume.
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Conflicting perceptions of the value of a college education
The Chronicle of Higher Education finds that people view a college education as essential for getting a good job, yet trust in higher education is eroding. We hear from a reporter who has embarked on a new series exploring higher education’s “public-perception puzzle.”
How schools can avoid remote learning as seasonal viruses spread
We talk with a New York Times science and global health reporter about how improving air quality in schools can keep students safe from harsh pollutants and airborne illnesses.
- Kate Archer Kent Host
- Joe Tarr Producer
- Avery Lea Rogers Producer
- Lee Rayburn Technical Director
- Eric Kelderman Guest
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