Hedrick Smith

Join Talk of the Nation for a talk with Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and author Hedrick Smith. They'll discuss education reform and economic competition in the inner cities, particularly for students who do not choose to go to college. Guests: Hedrick Smith Author Rethinking America: A New Game Plan From the American Innovators: Schools, Business, People, Work (Random House 1995) Two-Time Winner Pulitzer Prize (1972 and 1974) Editor-In-Residence Foreign Policy Institute Johns Hopkins University Washington, D.C. Patricia Clark Director Oakland Health and Bio-Science Academy Berkeley, CA Listeners call in

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