Reports by John Tulenko

 

 

John D. Tulenko has been part of Learning Matters since its inception in 1995. Since then, he has produced much of the company's back catalog of documentary features and reports. He currently produces and serves as correspondent for the education stories aired on the PBS NewsHour.

In addition to multiple awards from the Education Writers Association, John has received two Emmy nominations for his work on two television reports for PBS NewsHour: Disappearing Dropouts (2005) and Turnaround Specialist (2007). Additionally, he received the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award in 2000 for the documentary School Sleuth.

 

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WATCH: The State of Preschool

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WATCH: The State of Preschool

What does quality preschool look like? What'll it cost? And what can taxpayers expect in the way of a return? In this report, experts discuss the current state of preschool.

Apr 1st, 2014 | 1 comment | 4,645 Views
Duration: 7:22 min
WATCH: Skills Gap

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WATCH: Skills Gap

Businesses in one Chicago suburb have identified broad skills— problem solving, observation, listening comprehension, and facility with numbers— they say predict success on the job. Is this what schools are teaching?

Jan 22nd, 2014 | 0 comments | 2,994 Views
Duration: 8:23 min
WATCH: The Training Gap

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WATCH: The Training Gap

Teachers often get very little training on how to teach students to read. We visit an innovative public school in Hartford, CT that may serve as a model for the rest of the nation.

Oct 15th, 2013 | 3 comments | 11,812 Views
Duration: 7:07 min
WATCH: App Camp

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WATCH: App Camp

GenTech NYC, a free summer program in tech entrepreneurship, provides the skills needed to succeed in the tech sector.

Oct 8th, 2013 | 0 comments | 2,734 Views
Duration: 9:20 min
WATCH: The Language War in New Britain

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WATCH: The Language War in New Britain

New Britain, CT has eliminated bilingual education, in favor of a new 'English Immersion' model that promises higher literacy levels. Is this controversial program working?

Jul 18th, 2013 | 2 comments | 4,212 Views
Duration: 10:17 min
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