ClassCast Podcast

Ep.057 -- Tibbens -- Returning to School: Money, Power, & Pandemic

February 21, 2021 Ryan Tibbens Season 2 Episode 57
ClassCast Podcast
Ep.057 -- Tibbens -- Returning to School: Money, Power, & Pandemic
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ClassCast Podcast
Ep.057 -- Tibbens -- Returning to School: Money, Power, & Pandemic
Feb 21, 2021 Season 2 Episode 57
Ryan Tibbens

ClassCast Podcast Ep.057 features host Ryan Tibbens examining the motivations behind returning to in-person schooling this spring. Many community members, particularly teachers, have been shocked by how rapidly local officials have shifted their positions on distance vs hybrid options this winter. What people often fail to realize is that the return to school is not motivated by infection rates, a few loud parents at school board meetings, or even the quality of education. Rather, there are financial and political interests at play, and government officials -- local, state, and federal -- see the writing on the wall. 

Don't forget to like, subscribe, follow, share, and leave a positive review. The ClassCast Podcast doesn't pay for promotion, so your support and referrals are vital. Get more commentary, innovation, news, occasional snark, and school memes by following the ClassCast Podcast on Facebook & Instagram @ClassCastPodcast and on Twitter @ClassCastPod. You can also access current and archival content at www. ClassCastPodcast.com

If you are interested in advertising on the ClassCast Podcast, please inquire via the contact forms on our website. 

Support the show (http://paypal.me/TibbensEST)

Show Notes

ClassCast Podcast Ep.057 features host Ryan Tibbens examining the motivations behind returning to in-person schooling this spring. Many community members, particularly teachers, have been shocked by how rapidly local officials have shifted their positions on distance vs hybrid options this winter. What people often fail to realize is that the return to school is not motivated by infection rates, a few loud parents at school board meetings, or even the quality of education. Rather, there are financial and political interests at play, and government officials -- local, state, and federal -- see the writing on the wall. 

Don't forget to like, subscribe, follow, share, and leave a positive review. The ClassCast Podcast doesn't pay for promotion, so your support and referrals are vital. Get more commentary, innovation, news, occasional snark, and school memes by following the ClassCast Podcast on Facebook & Instagram @ClassCastPodcast and on Twitter @ClassCastPod. You can also access current and archival content at www. ClassCastPodcast.com

If you are interested in advertising on the ClassCast Podcast, please inquire via the contact forms on our website. 

Support the show (http://paypal.me/TibbensEST)