Freedom Friday

It's Freedom Friday, and you're still not free, but hopefully you'll be a bit closer after an hour with Chris Stewart, CEO and Chief Advocate for EdPost, and Sharif El-Mekki, CEO for Center for Black Educator Development. 

Building the Black Educator Pipeline

Ed Post and the Center for Black Educator Development combine forces to deliver the essential podcast on developing a strong Black educator pipeline to ensure our students have the representation they deserve. 

Always Learning

The podcast where curiosity never retires and knowledge is always in session. Engaging with thinkers, creators, and educators who remind us that our capacity to learn is boundless. Let's not forget that learning is not confined to youth; it's a lifelong journey.

Across Colors

Across Colors is a limited series from Ed Post on how parents and educators from across the country are pushing to make schools better and more equal places for children to learn and grow. Hosted by Tanzina Vega.

Teach the Babies 

Season one of Teach the Babies with Dr. David J. Johns examines the impact of one arguably among the most consequential Supreme Court cases, Brown vs the Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas.  As we acknowledge the 70th anniversary of the first Brown decision we’re still grappling with questions about the effects and impact of Brown.

Ed Post Conversations

We’re tired of the same old ideas in education, and so are you. Our diverse range of guests bring fresh ideas and stories that challenge, surprise and inspire.

School Disrupted

School Disrupted is a ground-breaking podcast by Spelligent that challenges the flaws of the one-size-fits-all education model. Hosted by Toni Barton, this first of its’ kind series features thought-provoking conversations with prominent educators, caregivers, and students to discuss the untold reality of our current schooling system and how it is failing students who don’t “fit in a box” or are unique in ability.


Podcast Recaps


The Politics of Building a Black Educator Pipeline (Dr. Elizabeth Todd-Breland)

Dr. Elizabeth Todd-Breland, author of A Political Education: Black Politics and Education Reform in Chicago Since the 1960s, and Associate Professor of History in Black Studies at the University of...

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E13: Educators Targeted by Partisan Attacks Can Now Get Help (Ft. Heather Harding)

Partisan attacks on public education and educators are on the rise. Heather Harding of the Campaign for Our Shared Future tells us how her organization is stepping up to defend teachers,...

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S1E7: They Carried Us: Black Women Who Built the Black Teacher Pipeline

Join host Shayna Terrell of the Center for Black Educator Development as she highlights the voices of the Black Women leaders who built and continue to build the Black Teacher Pipeline. In this...

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E12: Post Pandemic Reading Recovery For Young Learners (Ft. Susan Lambert)

Curriculum and assessment company Amplify found that while young students are recovering academically from pandemic school closures, the youngest learners have yet to regain the grounds they lost....

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S2E38: African-American Studies Is Not Just for Higher Education (ft. Dr. Ifetayo Flannery)

Dr. Ifetayo Flannery, Assistant Professor and Chair of Undergrad Chair of Africology and African American Studies at Temple University helps us better understand the difference between Africology and...

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E11: Industry Partners Bring Career and Technical Education Into the 21st Century (Ft. Cory Torppa)

Skyrocketing college costs have sparked a renewed interest in career and technical education. Kalama, Washington's award-winning carpentry teacher and district CTE director Cory Torppa joins Ed Post...

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