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Former North Carolina Governor Bev Perdue shares her thoughts on early childhood education and the policy challenges that lie ahead.
Important evaluations like MDRC’s Foundations of Learning demonstration shed light on “what works” in improving early childhood programs and evaluate the benefits and costs of such initiatives.
Newt Gingrich on what he learned from the campaign trail, what to expect from Republicans over the next few years, and what he would do if he were Speaker of the House today.
The Director of the Violence Inquest for Solutions and Alliance (VISA) discusses the slow process of changing the culture of gun violence
Policy Radio | Richard M. Daley on his partnership with the University of Chicago and the City of Gary, IndianaApr 23rd, 2013 | By Chicago Policy Radio
This week, Julie Cooper speaks with former Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley about his partnership with the University of Chicago and the City of Gary, Indiana.
Does putting more cops on the street help to reduce crime?
The former Chairman and CEO of Chicago-based Excelon, John W. Rowe discusses the future of energy production, pricing, and policy.
Policy Radio | Special Edition: Derek Eder, Juan Pablo Velez, and OpenGov Hackers on Open Data and Civic-Minded ApplicationsApr 1st, 2013 | By Chicago Policy Radio
This week, Julie Cooper ventures out to OpenGov Hack Night for a special edition of Chicago Policy Radio.
Can social and cognitive skills developed through in-school and after-school programming help reduce violence?