This Episode - November 13, 2013 |
Frank Stoltze of public radio station KPCC, Lindsey Mastis of Feature Story News and PBS SoCaL's David Nazar examine a slew of political corruption cases that have rocked the Southland, including an Inland Empire politician caught taking a $2.3 million bribe. Rick's panel also discusses Gov. Jerry Brown's rising popularity and L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti's “Great Street” initiative.
Previous Episode - November 6, 2013
Rick looks at the challenges facing higher education with Tim White, chancellor of the world's biggest college system, Californa State University. OC Register education writer Scott Martindale tells Rick how technology is transforming coursework: What's a MOOC? And David Nazar goes to Cal State Northridge to find out what students like – and don't like – about their college education. What do they think of their job prospects and the cost of college?
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