Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg weighs in on the Constitution, FORA.tv shares tips for live streaming on Twitter at OpenCo, Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates puts Common Core, and much, much more this week on FORA.tv.
Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates hosts Embrace the Common Core. In K-12 education, there is nothing more controversial than the Common Core State Standards, nationwide targets in English and math. Has the federal government sabotaged our schools? Or will the Common Core raise the bar? Watch September 9
Carmel Martin from the Center for American Progress and Fordham Institute president Michael Petrilli will argue for the motion; Washington Post blogger Carol Burris and AEI scholar Frederick Hess will argue against.
National Journal presents Through the Ceiling: Empowering Women in 2014 and Beyond, a series of conversations on the evolving role of women in leadership. Find out how women in Washington working across the aisle to advance common sense solutions for all Americans. Watch September 10
Featured speakers include Sen. Amy Klobuchar, Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, American Beverage Association CEO Susan Neely, and more.
Atlassian co-founders and co-CEOs Scott Farquhar and Mike Cannon-Brookes are joined by President Jay Simons to share what’s on the horizon for Atlassian and its extraordinary customers. Watch September 10
The Atlantic presents An American Town Hall: New Orleans. Between the rise of American natural gas, the shift to cleaner and greener technologies, and dangerous unrest in other energy-rich parts of the globe, U.S. energy policy is rapidly evolving. What trade-offs do our state and local officials–many of them up for election this November–face in charting the way to a smart and stable energy future? Watch September 10
Keynote speakers include Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana Jay Dardenne and Mayor of New Orleans Mitch Landrieu.
It’s a common lament: with teachers guided by strict standards and students becoming rapidly disengaged, the American school system is struggling. What’s the solution? The Atlantic presents Technologies in Education, a conference exploring new tools that have the potential to revolutionize the way our students learn and the way our teachers teach. Watch September 11
Keynote speakers include Representative Anna Eshoo, Lucien Vattel CEO of GameDesk, and White House “Science Czar” John Holdren.
Live from NewCo San Francisco, FORA.tv CEO and President Blaise Zerega presents Live Streaming Video on Twitter. Watch September 12
Live video is one of the most powerful ways to reach new audiences for conferences, sporting events and news. With Twitter’s increased emphasis on video, live video tweets–as well as on-demand media–can exponentially multiply viewership. Zerega will show FORA.tv’s techniques and case studies to deepen branding, increase engagement and achieve rapid-fire distribution for online video.
The Constitutional Sources Project (ConSource), The Institute for Constitutional History at The New-York Historical Society, and The George Washington University School of Law host a conversation between Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and historian Maeva Marcus, a GW law professor and director of the Institute for Consitutional History. Watch September 12