Public Good
with Shannon Moore and Stephen Hurley
Shannon D. Moore (University of Manitoba) and Stephen Hurley explore how we can protect the idea that public education is, in fact, a public good. Great guests, multiple perspectives and tools that will help us mobilize the conversation in our own communities.

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2.4 “Parental Rights” Special Series: Parental Rights As A Smokescreen for Privatization with Heather Ganshorn

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In the fourth and final episode of a four part mini series about “parental rights”, Stephen and Shannon speak with Heather Ganshorn from SOS Alberta.

Heather Ganshorn is the Research Director for Support Our Students Alberta, a…

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2.3 “Parental Rights” Special Series: Public Values in Public Schools with Dr. Wayne Journell

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In the third episode of a four part mini series about “parental rights”, Stephen and Shannon speak to Dr. Wayne Journell.

Dr. Journell is Professor of Social Studies Education and Associate Chair of the Department of Teacher…

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2.2 “Parental Rights” Special Series: “Rights language is inherently divisive.” with Dr. Lauren Bialystok

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In this second episode in a four part mini series about “parental rights”, Stephen and Shannon speak to Dr. Lauren Bialystok.

Professor Lauren Bialystok is an Associate Professor at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education…

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2.1 “Parental Rights” Special Series: “The status of the parent is almost like a moral alibi” with Dr. Jen Gilbert

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In this first episode in a four part mini series about “parental rights”, Stephen and Shannon speak to Dr. Jen Gilbert.

Dr. Gilbert is Professor and Chair of the Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning (CTL). Dr. Gilbert’s…

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Special Series E4- Public Conversations About Privatization-Resistance

Through this four episode special series of Public Good, Stephen and Shannon speak to presenters from a SSHRC funded symposium, Public Conversations About Privatization: Rejecting the Marketization of Public School Systems in Canada. The symposium,…

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Special Series E3: Public Conversations About Privatization-Resistance

Through this four episode special series of Public Good, Stephen and Shannon speak to presenters from a SSHRC funded symposium, Public Conversations About Privatization: Rejecting the Marketization of Public School Systems in Canada. The symposium,…

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Special Series E2: Public Conversations About Privatization-Provincial Privatization

Through this four episode special series of Public Good, Stephen and Shannon speak to presenters from a SSHRC funded symposium, Public Conversations About Privatization: Rejecting the Marketization of Public School Systems in Canada. The symposium,…

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Special Series E1: Public Conversations About Privatization-Ideological Motivations

Through this four episode special series of Public Good, Stephen and Shannon speak to presenters from a SSHRC funded symposium, Public Conversations About Privatization: Rejecting the Marketization of Public School Systems in Canada. The symposium,…

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1.18 “You only critique what you love” with Dr. Gillian Parekh

In our eighteenth episode, Stephen and Shannon are joined by Dr. Gillian Parekh.

Dr. Parekh is an Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair in Disability Studies in Education (Tier 2) within the Faculty of Education at York. Gillian is…

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1.17 “They get tired of trying to exist in a place that really wasn’t created for them to thrive” with Dr. Tiffany Prete

In our seventeenth episode, Stephen and Shannon are joined by Dr. Tiffany Prete.

Dr. Apooyak’ii, Tiffany Prete (nee Hind Bull) is a member of the Kainai (Blood Tribe) of the Siksikasitapi (Blackfoot Confederacy), located in the Treaty 7 area. She is…

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Host

Shannon D. M. Moore

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Manitoba

Shannon D.M. Moore is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education at The University of Manitoba. Prior to joining the faculty, Shannon was a social studies and English teacher in the public school system in British Columbia for 19 years. Shannon is a public education advocate, and a founding member of People for Public Education Manitoba (@PublicEdMB). Moore’s research interests include media and digital literacies in the social studies classroom, the impacts of online learning on teachers and teaching, and the impacts of neoliberalism on public education.

Stephen Hurley

Chief Catalyst voicEd Radio Canada

Stephen Hurley has spent nearly 40 years as an educator. He has experience as a classroom teacher, a curriculum consultant, a teacher educator and a policy observer. As the founder and chief catalyst at voicEd Radio, Hurley is passionate about nurturing stronger relationships between education research, practice and policy.