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About Have You Heard

Have You Heard is a biweekly podcast about education, policy, and politics. Occasionally funny and periodically informative, Have You Heard features journalist Jennifer Berkshire and scholar Jack Schneider as they explore the age-old quest to finally fix the nation's public schools.

Have You Heard is available on iTunes, Soundcloud and Stitcher. You can also find us on Twitter and Facebook, and on the Have You Heard blog.

Each episode, Jack and Jennifer explore a hot-button education issue - from charter schools and school choice, to the rise of “edvertising” and the influx of big money into school board elections. Combining commentary, analysis and humor, Have You Heard features interviews with experts of all stripes, including educators, academics and journalists.

Jack Schneider is an historian and policy analyst. The author of three books, including Beyond Test Scores: A Better Way to Measure School Quality, he’s also a regular contributor to the Post and the Atlantic.

Jennifer Berkshire
is a freelance journalist who chronicles the “unwinding” of public education. Her writing on the politics of education reform has appeared in the New Republic, the Baffler, Salon, Jacobin, and the Post.

Have You Heard is produced by sound engineer and expert in all things audio Francisco Rafart.

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