E2: Education Isn’t Going to Sell Itself

Nov 2, 2022 5:59:12 PM

Episode Summary

We like to think issues we deem important should just sell themselves. But they don’t. Truth is, we have to make people care which means telling a compelling story. Chris Stewart talks with Nat Kendall-Taylor, Chief Executive Officer at the FrameWorks Institute.

More on Frameworks Institute: https://www.frameworksinstitute.org/person/nat-kendall-taylor/

More on Ed Post Conversations: https://www.edpost.com

Original Music: Ayanna Jacobs-El

Show Contributors
  • Chris Stewart
  • Nat Kendall-Taylor


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