Reports by John Tulenko

 

 

John D. Tulenko is a Correspondent for the PBS NewsHour and senior producer at Learning Matters, a non-profit television production company founded in 1995.

In addition to multiple awards from the Education Writers' Association, John has received two Emmy nominations for NewsHour reports: Disappearing Dropouts (2005) and Turnaround Specialist (2007). Additionally, he has received the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award in 2000 for the documentary School Sleuth. His recent work has examined literacy in the early grades, bilingual education, workforce readiness, and other subjects in education.

 

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WATCH: Is After-School an Afterthought?

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WATCH: Is After-School an Afterthought?

Despite their best intentions, after-school programs may be overlooking the "elephant in the room."

Jul 29th, 2014 | 0 comments | 640 Views
WATCH: Providence TALKS

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WATCH: Providence TALKS

This spring, hundreds of "word pedometers" were given to low income families to track the conversations with their children. Then parents are coached how to grow their infants' vocabularies. Does it work?

Jul 11th, 2014 | 0 comments | 458 Views
Duration: 8:10 min
WATCH: New York’s Charter War

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WATCH: New York’s Charter War

An examination of New York City's "Charter War” - big spending and political ambitions lie at the root of this "education" battle.

Apr 24th, 2014 | 0 comments | 15,676 Views
Duration: 9:24 min
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 | 12,633 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 | 6,573 Views
Duration: 8:23 min
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