Discussing Educational Inequality With Chris Hayes

Chris Hayes is getting a lot of flack for his Memorial Day episode, in which he grappled seriously with war, peace, death, and memory. I'm going to outsource commentary on that to Conor Friedersdorf, but really, Chris should be lauded for hosting a show that deals with issues like education policy with more nuance than any other show on television. I was lucky enough to be part of Chris' panel on Saturday, where we discussed racial and socioeconomic segregation of schools, teachers' unions, and other crucial topics. Here are some clips.

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One thought on “Discussing Educational Inequality With Chris Hayes

  1. Hemant

    What a refreshing conversation on a subject most of the other talk shows completely ignore. I work at an affluent suburban high school and, as great of a school as it is, the lack of real class/racial diversity means the students are graduating with some really glaring blind spots as they head to college.

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