North Korea Agrees To Some Nuclear Talks; How America Treats Its Teachers, And What We Could Learn From Abroad; And What You Can Do To Stop The Oxfam Abuse Scandal From Happening Again
On today's show:
- Kevin Martin, the President of Peace Action, joins to discuss what he sees as a victory with North Korea after North and South Korea announce they are holding a formal summit next week for the first time in 11 years.
- To discuss the state of American education in compared to other developed countries, we’ll talk with Linda Darling-Hammond, professor emeritus of education at the Stanford Graduate School of Education, president and CEO of the Learning Policy Institute, and education advisor to Barack Obama's presidential campaign.
- Paula Donovan of the Code Blue Campaign, which aims to end impunity for sexual exploitation and abuse by U.N. personnel, joins us to discuss the impact of the revelations within the larger context of international development aid and whether or not it’s possible to pressure change through applied ethical donations.