Whose Choice? Student Experiences and Outcomes in the New Orleans School Marketplace

Co-Host Karran Harper Royal and Pyramid Director D.J. Markey discuss a recent report Whose Choice? Student Experiences and Outcomes in the New Orleans School Marketplace by Frank Adamson, Channa Cook-Harvey, and Linda Darling-Hammond from the Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education (SCOPE) at Stanford University

Co-Author Frank Adamson joins Karran and D.J. for this discussion.  The report is found here

Air Date 3/22/16

 

Special Education Lawsuit Update

Co-hosts, Karran Harper Royal  and Lynne Farlough discuss the status of the Special Education  Lawsuit that was filed in 2010 and settled in 2015.

Air Date 1/12/16

Effective Communications

Pyramid Director DJ Markey and Lynne Farlough discuss effective communications skills between him and school.

Air Date September 8, 2015

Katrina Ten Year Commemorative Special One Hour Show

Special one hour special. As New Orleans commemorates the 10 year mark since hurricane Katrina destroyed 80% of our city, we’ve reached  out to some of the  parents who were Pyramid parents prior to Katrina.  Our guests are Beryl Eugene, Vanessa Naquin and Katie Jones.

Air Date:  August 25, 2015

Knowing Your Rights

Karran and Lynne discuss parent rights under the federal special education law and charter school law. At Pyramid we always say, “if you don’t know your rights, you don’t have any.”

Air Date:  August 11, 2015