Extra Edition: Secretary Cardona on Student Debt and Teachers (Repeat Program.)
In this conversation, Education Secretary Miguel Cardona talks about the federal student loan programs and his efforts to help millions of borrowers of student loans to receive forgiveness through public service. He also gives his take on the growing teacher burnout and shortage faced by public schools throughout the country during the ongoing pandemic and the steps to address this crisis.
Guest: Miguel Cardona, US Secretary of Education, US Department of Education, Washington, DC; Dr. Alfredo Cuellar, Emeritus Professor of Education, California State University Fresno, Fresno, CA.
Help for Latino College Students. The national leader of Hispanic-serving colleges comments on the HERE Act, a new bill spearheaded by Sen. Alex Padilla and Rep. Joaquin Castro to help Latino students go to college. The bill would address the gap in
college attendance and completion rates for Latino students and would partner with K-12 schools and colleges and would promote teaching as a profession. The original show aired on May 9.
Guest: Dr. Antonio Flores, President, Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities – HACU, San Antonio, TX; Dr. Alfredo Cuellar, Profesor Emérito de Educación, Universidad Estatal de California, Fresno, Fresno, CA.
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