The pandemic has exacerbated an already alarming teacher shortage across the U.S., with many educators burned out and rethinking whether to stay in the profession; we explore the issue and solutions. A pair of behavioral scientists also explain what “noise” is in professional judgment and why it affects everything from criminal justice to medical treatments. Plus, the latest in the nation’s political landscape, including plans by Democrats to expand voting as Republicans push for limits in GOP-led states.
- Ken Rudin’s Political Junkie podcast host and longtime political journalist Ken Rudin with the latest in the U.S. political landscape
- EdSource Senior Reporter Carolyn Jones on the challenges facing schools as pandemic restrictions loosen up, including the teacher shortage happening across the country and in California
- Nobel Prize-winning psychologist and Daniel Kahneman and professor of strategy and business policy at HEC Paris Olivier Sibony discuss their new book "Noise: A Flaw in Human Judgment," what to do when professionals don't agree, and navigating human judgment