Hosted by Merced County Superintendent of Schools Lee Andersen, “Issues in Education” is a show that highlights a specific area affecting education, and brings community leaders together to discuss the issue.
Filmed and produced by METV, and aired on METV channel 97, the show is shot live-to-tape with Andersen as the host and a 3-member panel that address issues regarding education.
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In this episode of Issues in Education, 2009 Merced County Teacher of the Year Susan Neu and Livingston Union School District Superintendent Henry Escobar discuss the Dual Language Academy class Susan teaches at Selma Herndon Elementary School in Livingston. The class gives students the opportunity to learn equally English and Spanish.
In this episode of Issues in Education, UC Merced Service Learning Team Get S.E.T. (Science, Engineering and Technology) faculty mentor Dr. Christopher Viney and team leader Oceane Stanek talk with Issues in Education host Lee Andersen about the team’s structure and what they’re doing to help Merced County students better understand math and science.
In this episode of Issues in Education, Lt. Andre Mathews with the Merced Police Department and Albert Flores with the Merced Multiagency Gang Tast Force talk with Lee Andersen about Merced's gang proplem and what groups like the Merced Community Violence and Intervention Task Force are doing to help curp the problem.