Broadcast times for “Staying Afloat”

In case you have not seen the comments added to the earlier post regarding the televised report on the ferry system, it will be broadcast this week. Here’s the information. Thanks to Jessica Gao who passed it along.

You can watch for Staying Afloat: Challenges facing Washington State ferries on Tuesday, September 27th at 7:00pm & 10:00pm. It will re-air on Wednesday at 6:00pm, right before our weekly program The Impact at 7:00pm. On The Impact, we’ll have a special edition with reaction to our ferries report with ferry district lawmakers and David Moseley. You’ll also be able to watch at ferriesstayingafloat.org.

Thank you to everyone who help contribute to this report. I conducted 27 interviews over two months, most of which made it into the final piece. It aims to be a broad overview, serving as an educational piece for a general audience. Once it’s up on our website, it can be embedded onto other sites for viewing.
Thank you again.
Best,
Jessica Gao
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Susan Brooks-Young has been involved in the field of instructional technology since 1979. She was one of the original technology users in the district where she taught and has continued to explore ways in which technology can be used to facilitate student learning. She has worked as computer mentor, technology trainer, and technology curriculum specialist. Prior to establishing her own consulting firm, Susan was a teacher, site administrator, and technology specialist in a county office of education in a career that spanned more than 23 years. Since 1986, she has published articles and software reviews in a variety of education journals. She is also author of a number of books which focus on how school leaders can implement the NETS*A Standards. Susan works with educators internationally, focusing on practical technology-based strategies for personal productivity and effective technology implementation in schools. Susan and her husband live on Lopez Island, WA.

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