David Stokes has a recurring spot on McGraw Milhaven's KTRS radio program.
In this appearance, Stokes and the host discuss topics such as Stokes' eldest son's first day of kindergarten, the latest with
Ellisville (where movement towards a recall election was responded to
with an attempt to change the city charter), the actual results of the
recent election that seemed to have been decided by one vote, and the
recent editorial proposing that the Sheriff in St. Charles be appointed
rather than elected.
Rose Wilder Lane's 1943 book The Discovery of Freedom was a landmark work in free-market thought, influencing generations of scholars to come. The Show-Me Institute's editor, Eric D. Dixon, appeared on the Columbia radio show hosted by institute supporter Steve Spellman on KOPN 89.5 FM to talk about Lane's book and her wide-ranging legacy as a touchstone of the modern freedom movement.
ACE Learning Centers is a private company that contracts with districts in the Kansas City and Saint Louis area to serve at-risk students. The program operates with low costs, but produces results that often exceed those of the districts within which they operate. This podcast features an interview with Chris LeGrand, who works at the ACE center in Riverview Gardens, a district just north of Saint Louis City.
On Feb. 18, the Show-Me Institute proudly presented featured speaker Dr. Jay Greene in conjunction with the Kansas City Public Library. His presentation, “Which Education Reforms Are Most Likely to Succeed,” is part of our successful continuing series with the library, “What Works in Urban Education.”