End of School Year: Needs of Wisconsin Public School, then Teens and S...
As the school year comes to an end, we speak with Wisconsin’s top educator Dr. Jill Underly. She joins us to talk about the financial needs of the state’s K-12 schools as reflected in Governor Evers proposed biannual budget.
Then, we talk with Emily Vogel about how teens use and are impacted by social media. She is an author of a new report by the Pew Research Center that shares results of in-depth survey of American teens and their parents about social media use.
Dr. Jill Underly is the State Superintendent of Public Instruction. She was elected to the position in 2021. Dr. Underly has a deep background in public education, since 1999, she has worked in all facets of public education: at the college level, but also at both the state and district levels as a teacher and administrator.
Emily A. Vogels is a research associate working on internet and technology research at Pew Research Center. Much of her recent work has focused on teen’s digital lives, the tone and tenor of online discourse and the digital divide.
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