Get Schooled: Student Stories from Across KY
Get Schooled amplifies and elevates the stories and voices of students so that they can have agency in our education system. Get Schooled is a youth-led podcast produced by the Kentucky Student Voice Team.
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Ten Minute Take: Beyond the Gates, Exploring the Wealth Disparity in the United States' Most Prestigious Universities
In this episode of 10 Minute Takes from Get Schooled, junior Aiden Vilo explores wealth disparity in the United States' most prestigious Universities, the Ivy Leagues.
The Uncertainty of Post-High School Plans: How Has My K-12 Education Prepared me for Life After High School?
In this episode of "Get Schooled," the first of a mini-series on college applications, The Kentucky Student Voice Team tackles the question, how has my K-12 education prepared me for life after high school? Interviewer Kira Pusateri is joined by William Brody Marcum and Zackary Wadsworth as they compare their vastly different educational experiences across the state of Kentucky.
Ten Minute Take: A Smarter Generation Needs Better Equity In Education
In this episode of 10 Minute Take from Get Schooled, Lafayette High School Junior Anopa Francis Musoni give his thoughts on educational equity and it's effects on education.
Ten Minute Take: Your Grades Do(nt) Define You
In the first 10 Minute Take from Get Schooled, Macalester College freshman Emma Nesmith gives her thoughts on grades and the culture around them.
Where do we draw the line: Assessing student autonomy
In this episode of "Get Schooled" The Kentucky Student voice team tackles the current state of student autonomy in Kentucky schools through a combination of research, storytelling, and discussion. Listen to Esha Bajwa, Aiden Vilo, and Kira Pusateri talk through their personal experiences with student autonomy in their schools as well as Sara Falluji's assessment of the legality of common policies put in place.
SCOTUS Case + New AP's
In this bite-sized episode, Executive Producer Emma Nesmith is joined by KSVT's Connor Flick for a run down on recent education events.