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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When School is Home: The Crisis In Green Bay, Wisconsin

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When School is Home: The Crisis In Green Bay, Wisconsin

Schools seem to be stepping in to fill the role of home. In Green Bay, WI the number of homeless students—504—is at an all-time high. Can schools do it all?

Apr 8th, 2009 | 6 comments | 8,528 Views
Duration: 8:09 min
Economic Recession and Schools: The Program

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Economic Recession and Schools: The Program

Peekskill, New York is a working-class town that's been devastated by the economic recession. President Obama's stimulus package could help, but how much?

Feb 9th, 2009 | 1 comment | 8,163 Views
Duration: 6:15 min
WATCH: Higher Ed, Higher Costs

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WATCH: Higher Ed, Higher Costs

How is everyone involved handling the rising economic pressures of paying for college? This two-part series examines that question and more.

Dec 8th, 2008 | 4 comments | 8,374 Views
WATCH: The Turnaround Specialist Series

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WATCH: The Turnaround Specialist Series

This four-part series follows one former superintendent turned principal's ambitious reform efforts at one urban middle school in Richmond, Virginia.

Nov 15th, 2005 | 2 comments | 14,492 Views
Disappearing Dropouts

Disappearing Dropouts

Disappearing Dropouts

Today there’s a new trend in GED classes: they're increasingly filled with teenagers. In some states, more than half the students taking the GED test are teens.

Nov 30th, 2004 | 0 comments | 3,179 Views
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