Community, Education, and State Pride

I interviewed my former high school English teacher, Mrs. Jessica Salfia, about her views on community during COVID-19, the educational system, and her passion for her state.

Great Thanksgiving Listen 2019

An interview that explains and give the listener a clear perspective on how an immigrants life changed into something beautiful

Two Generations of Educators, Joe Martinez and Debbie Malestein

Starting with a discussion of my mom’s childhood, we discussed her path to a career in education and the experiences she’s had along the way. The title derives from the idea that my experiences in school and through watching my...

Students of Color

Students of color and how society forces people to assimilate at a young age. How education shapes ones mindset.

Scottie, Rostell, & Queen Tylerite Interview

This interview covers the impact of my grandparents have had on Tyler, Texas.

Joseph Cooper and The Wooden-esque approach to education

An interview with Mr. Cooper, teacher and coach, about the current state of education and his personal approach to teaching.

Education and Technology
November 28, 2018 App Interview

I speak with my Aunt about her Education, having received one in Morocco, Italy, and the United States. We discuss why their education systems are so different and the possible factors that cause this, including social expectations, student life, and...

How has the coronavirus pandemic influenced University Students: an introspective look through the lens of a VCU Student

The discussion pertained to how universities are handling the coronavirus pandemic and how students are being handled as a result.

The Life of a Teacher During COVID-19

An interview with a first year 5th grade teacher, and how COVID-19 has affected her day to day life.

Educational injustice in El Paso Tx

Educational injustice is still a real issue here in the U.S. and while many people choose to ignore it, the ones who are affected by it most are students who are not given the chance to speak up for themselves.

A person in the dark!

My grandmother not forwarding her education because she couldn’t.

English EC interview

We discussed what happened in their lifetimes and their veiws.

The Great Thanksgiving Listen

This was my mom explaining important things in her life.

Change in education

A discussion with my father on how state laws have changed his work in public schools

Comparing Indian and American Education Systems

We talked about many topics such as the difference between the American and Indian education systems. Also, contemporary issues such as the use of technology in classrooms and the spreading of things such as fake news.

Virtual Reality in Education

An interview about virtual reality in education with elementary and middle school student.

The Experience of One Chinese American Immigrant

In this interview, Brandon Guo interviews his immigrant mother Sian She regarding her life experiences. Beginning with growing up in China and being taught by her staunchly anti-communist father and transitioning to her experiences and recollections in the US, this...

"Life is a little easier when who(ever) is teaching you looks like you". Mona Meddin on WABE 2003.

Interview with Mona Meddin (PHD Mathematics at Georgia Tech) in 2003 on the 50th anniversary of Georgia Tech's first female students on campus. Interview by Ted Vegodsky for WABE.

Archive Oologah- Jennifer Denslow

JAMIE Marrara and Madison Watson interviewed Oologah High School speech and debate teacher Jennifer Denslow about her experiences in education and her thoughts about the Oologah community.