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: New Orleans Schools After Katrina

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WATCH: New Orleans Schools After Katrina

10 years ago, Hurricane Katrina flooded New Orleans and prompted a controversial state-led experiment in public education. In today's citywide system of charter schools, test scores and grad rates are up. But is New Orleans really a model for urban school reform?

Oct 26th, 2015 | 0 comments | 14,327 Views
Duration: 8:08 min
WATCH: Whole Brain Learning

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WATCH: Whole Brain Learning

Can brain science improve teaching in public schools? For a growing number of educators that's a no-brainer - yes! Cute puns aside, you won't want to miss the surprising techniques of one teacher on the cutting edge.

Jul 6th, 2015 | 0 comments | 14,138 Views
Duration: 6:26 min
WATCH: Did Ohio’s Guarantee Work?

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WATCH: Did Ohio’s Guarantee Work?

2 years ago, Ohio passed 'The 3rd Grade Reading Guarantee.' Did it work?

Apr 21st, 2015 | 0 comments | 16,019 Views
Duration: 8:15 min
WATCH: Rural Schools in McDowell County - Part 2

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WATCH: Rural Schools in McDowell County - Part 2

In West Virginia’s McDowell County, parents and caregivers often lack the support necessary to raise happy, healthy children. In the second of his two part report, John Tulenko looks at new programs that offer a ray of hope.

Feb 4th, 2015 | 1 comment | 23,205 Views
WATCH: Rural Schools in McDowell County - Part 1

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WATCH: Rural Schools in McDowell County - Part 1

McDowell County, WV, is a hard place to be a kid. The former coal mining community is the poorest in the state, with the highest rates of drug overdose, suicide, and heart disease. A new initiative, which includes the teacher union, is trying to turn this around.

Feb 3rd, 2015 | 2 comments | 27,202 Views
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