Great on the historical view, sometimes not as thorough on current situation
Recent episode on Fed Jackson Hole meeting and teacher pay reflects the best and worst of the podcast. Wonderful explanation of how the Fed meeting at Jackson Hole originated and how it became so important. Wonderful, insightful discussion that you cannot find elsewhere. Pretty poor discussion on US teacher pay and unions as it failed to consider/discuss that pay is not based on performance just tenure and the inability to control overall costs where increases in education funding often end up increasing administrative employees rather than actual teachers. They took a very complicated situation and just took a very progressive sound bite position.
ttt993399 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/27/22
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