The Conversation: Friday, May 26th, 2017
Changes Coming to Education Policy; New Head of Hawaii GOP; Alice in Wonderland Gets a Modern Makeover
ESSA replaced No Child Left Behind almost 18 months ago. DOE Assistant Superintendent Tammi Chun gives an update on the act’s implementation.
Intro Music: Enola Gay by Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark
Outro Music: Get Away by Yuck
Requiem for the Living: Susan McCreary Duprey
Dan Forrest is a young composer who specializes in choral works. His Requiem for the Living has been performed by choirs around the world.
Intro Music: Warning Sign by Talking Heads
Outro Music: Requiem for the Living Interlude by Dan Forrest
It was supposed to last 50 years, but after only 18 a Maui complex for low-income tenants will revert to market rate. All because of a loophole.
Outro Music: Your Touch by The Black Keys
New Chair of Hawaii Republican Party: Shirlene Ostrov
The Republican Party of Hawaii elected a new party chair this month. Shirlene Ostrov is a retired Air Force Colonel and Mililani resident who served as an interagency and legislative liaison.
Intro Music: Thousands Are Sailing by The Pogues
Outro Music: Westworld by Japancakes
When Lewis Carroll placed his Alice in a Wonderland where nothing made sense, he created a character, and a situation, that could be adapted to any period of history.
Intro Music: In A World of My Own by Jhene Aiko
Outro Music: Yes I Do (Merry-Go-Round) by The Psychedelic Furs