What Will It Take To Get Students Caught Up After The Pandemic?
Newsy and the Washington Post speak with National Teacher Of The Year Kurt Russell about politics, teaching and the effects of the pandemic.
For perspective from inside the classroom, we're joined by National Teacher Of The Year Kurt Russell. How are the political debates impacting how he does his job? And what will it take to get kids caught up after the pandemic?
Election 22: What Matters airs at 8:30 p.m. Fridays on Newsy, and re-runs air at 7 a.m. on Saturdays and Sundays on Newsy. Each week dives into one of the issues that will decide the midterm elections.
Election '22: What Matters: The Voter's Guide To The Midterms
From the key races to watch, to the early indications of how the night will go, to when we will (finally) know the results — we have all the answers.By Thomas Peipert / AP
Election '22: What Matters: Pennsylvania On Pres. Biden's Impact
Pennsylvania voters discuss President Biden's likely impact on midterm races in the state.By Gene J. Puskar / AP
Election '22: What Matters: Allan Lichtman On Midterm Trends
Allan Lichtman talks about what we might expect from midterms, based on what's happened before.By Newsy
Meet the musician teaching the banjo's African roots
As he performs across the country, Jake Blount is helping listeners learn how the banjo relates to Black American culture.By Scripps News
How authorities are combatting counterfeit Super Bowl gear
There's a spike in fake sports gear around the Super Bowl each year, and criminals are getting savvier and more sophisticated.By AP
This is how South Carolina is fixing the correctional officer shortage
A lack of correctional officers across the country is expected to worsen, but South Carolina is making changes to recruit and retain more workers.By Scripps News