This episode features a guest host (Mike Rogers) interviewing Dr. Uhl about why he started the podcast, what he's learned, and what's ahead.
Dr. Uhl interviews the dynamic 3rd grade teacher at St. Margaret Mary School in Omaha, Nebraska. Known as "Barb from Nebraska" on Twitter, Barb is able to cultivate an active social media presence while practicing innovative teaching practices at her school school.
Dr. Mary Chase of Creighton University explores the role of Catholic universities in society and in supporting our Catholic school systems.
Fr. James Martin shares his thoughts about America, the Church, and innovations in education.
Dr. Uhl interviews the dynamic Aussie Jonathan Doyle, founder of the "Going Deeper" faith formation series for Catholic educators.
Dr. Uhl interviews the co-founder of the Seton Partners, a Catholic philanthropy group who supports blended learning and other innovative programs.
Dr. Uhl interviews Dr. John James from Saint Louis University about their Billiken Teaching Corps and other innovative Catholic education programs. Dr. James shares his philosophy on Catholic education as the "heart" of the faith.
Dr. Uhl interviews the Executive Director of the St. Labre Indian School network, Curtis Yarlott. Located in southeast Montana, the schools serve students tuition-free from the Northern Cheyenne and Crow reservations.
Dr. Uhl interviews Dr. Martin Scanlan of Boston College about outreach to Hispanic Catholics, the development of the two-way immersion model, and other ways to understand this "sacred" educational enterprise.
Dr. Uhl inteviews Anna Larriviere, the long-time superintendent of Catholic schools for the Diocese of Lafayette (LA). They discuss the changing demands of the job of principal and the challenges moving forward.
Dr. Uhl inteviews Dr. Kevin Baxter, the dynamic superintendent of elementary and secondary Catholic schools in Los Angeles. Dr. Baxter shares his thoughts on the future of Catholic schools and what's working in Los Angeles.