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I am often asked to speak about issues of women in education and the workplace, leadership, and care work as well as to provide feedback on educational policy initiatives related to change efforts.

 

The following are links to some of these events:

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Public Scholarship & Media

2021

Phillips Exeter Academy Interview

Anderson, J. (2021, April 1). Gender Matters: The Unique Challenges Facing Women in Education [Audio Podcast Episode]. In the Harvard EdCast

Radio Boston, WBUR How the Pandemic has Tipped the Balance Between Work and Motherhood.

New England News Collaborative Skipped Classes, Teacher Shortages, Mental Health Concerns: How Schools Are Taking On Pandemic Challenges.

2020

The New York Times. (2020, March 19).  I Refuse to Run a Coronavirus Homeschool

UCONN Magazine. (2020, June 10). Our Defining Moments

Radio Boston, WBUR, With Schools to Close for Remainder of Academic Year, How Are Educators And Parents Coping?

Where We Live, Connecticut Public Radio. The Challenges of Online Learning.

Rosen, M. (2020, April 7). To Homeschool, or Not to Homeschool? That is the Question. [Audio podcast]. In Rediscovering Play

Srour, K. (2020, April 8). Engaged Compassion Through the Uncertainty of COVID-19. [Audio podcast]. In The Illuminate Podcast.

Weiner, J. (2020, April 28.). How to Run a Home School that Works for You. [Audio podcast episode]. In Good Kids: How Not to Raise an A**hole.

Francois, C., & Weiner, J. (2020). Accountability during school closures: moving from external to internal. CPRE Brief

2019

The Neag School of Education at the University of Connecticut. (2019, March 12). The Experience of Black Female Principals

The Neag School of Education at the University of Connecticut (2019, January 23). Visit to Middle East Marks Enduring International UConn Partnership

2017

The CT Mirror. (2017, December 11). Massachusetts is like Connecticut, but does a better job educating the poor

The CT Mirror. (2017, March 9). UConn researchers say CT’s chief education reform plans lack coherence

AERA Educational Change Special Interest Group. (2017 May) Q&A with Dr. Jennie Weiner in the Lead the Change Series