Affirmative Action in NEO, "The Fixers" and a Women's Air Race

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The U.S. Supreme Court recently upheld a race-consious admissions program at the University of Texas. What effect will the ruling have on Ohio colleges? State Impact Ohio education reporter Michelle Faust joins The Sound of Ideas to discuss that and other education topics, including dropout prevention. Plus, a look at Cleveland's successes and challenges through the eyes of a documentary filmmaker. And, a historic female air race team from Kent State University talks about their cross country flight. Join us.

 

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The Sound of Ideas - The History & Challenges HBCU's Face

Guests: 

-Michelle Faust, State Impact Ohio Reporter, ideastream

-Kate Sopko, Lead Artist of The Fixers

-Naudia Loftis, 17-year-old in Kinsman

-RA Washington, Entrepreneur, Writer and Musician

-Jaila Manga, Flight Technology Major, Kent State University

-Carissa Marion, Flight Instructor and Alumna, Kent State University

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State Education Roundup

Jun. 29, 2016
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The Sound of Ideas

Documentary: The Fixers

Jun. 29, 2016
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Credit: Kent State University
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Women Air Race

Jun. 29, 2016
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