Cooler Classrooms; Honolulu Jazz Quartet; "Losing Is Good For You"; Vietnam War Reporting
It’s Friday, September 27 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation
Corey Rosenlee is a 15-year nationally certified social studies teacher from Campbell High School. He is one of the organizers of the Hawaii Teachers Work to the Rules Movement and is leading the latest quest to cool schools so kids can focus on learning in a healthy environment.
John Kolivas is the founder and bassist for the Honolulu Jazz Quartet, which is performing a "Tribute to its Mentors” Saturday night at Studio 909 in Honolulu.
Ashley Merryman is half of the The New York Times bestselling duo who produced NurtureShock and this year released TOP DOG. Together they have won nine national awards for their reporting. Ashley Merryman's work has appeared in Time, Newsweek, The Washington Post and her latest OP ED “Losing is Good For You” was in the New York Times this week.
Beverly Keever is the author of “Death Zones and Darling Spies: 7 Years of Vietnam War Reporting,” a memoir of her years as a Vietnam War reporter.