Obama’s legacy will be tinged with a great tension. He is a known skeptic of war, as outlined in “The Obama Doctrine,” but his actions contradict that sentiment.
Brazil is hosting the Olympics in the summer of 2016. When the world turns its eyes to Brazil, will they see a developing nation on the verge of becoming the next economic powerhouse, or the dilapidated nation weakened by a corruption culture and faulty political system?
The golden dragon of the world’s economy may be growing in size, at what cost? Will the Chinese economy ever be able to soar to its previous heights?
Ezell and Morrissey explain the Marxist lens they will use in later episodes to analyze contemporary issues.
Matt and Noah give a recap on the presidential primaries and then discuss the upcoming general election
Matt, Noah, and a new voice, Xavier, discuss the remaining three presidential candidates.
Matt and Noah discuss immigration, and President Obama’s impact on US immigration policy and debate.
Rently, I sat down with the Director of Digital Learning for Andover Public Schools, Joanne Najarian, and Andover High School’s Digital Learning Coach, Shelagh St. Laurent, to discuss the role of technology companies in corporatization, as well as the merits using computers as learning devices.
As part of APR’s investigative series into the role of technology and corporations in public education, we interview Thomas Meyers, a District Coordinator of the Massachusetts Teachers Assocation and a former teacher at Andover High School. He comments on the role of standardized tests and technology companies in our schools.
As part of APR’s investigative series into the role of technology and corporations in public education, we interview Fred Hopkins of the Social Studies Department at Andover High School. He comments on how the proliferation of technology in public schools benefits corporations.