StuCon Radio: Faculty

kpfthouston_sticky should be coming up soon I hear. But StuCon Radio is still running strong! Check out the second episode of the year!

  1. Go to
  2. Search “Letters and Politics”
  3. Find the one that says “Thursday, March 3, 2016 4:30 pm”
  4. Click to Play/Download the MP3!

3/3/16 4:30 pm

Dylan Anderson (Carnegie, 2017), Sean Atar (Energy, 2017), Janet Asante (DeBakey, 2017), and even our host Isabella Jarosz (HSPVA, 2017) weighed in on the hot topic of school faculty. The four discussed student-teacher relationships, which range from wonderful empathy to blatant unfairness and favoritism. They explored how their teachers handled reconciling a system of numbers with a network of human connections in the classroom, and their freedom to teach with the district’s demands. How different are student-teacher relationships at different schools, among different people, and in college versus high school? Hear how these students answer these questions.


1 thought on “StuCon Radio: Faculty

  1. I try to catch your program. I am a retired librarian and love what you are doing. I thought quite a bit about what some of you said regarding faculty. I do think most teachers really care deeply about their students. Some teachers fail to communicate this and perhaps some students fail to pick up the cues. However, it should be part of every teacher’s mission to communicate this essential information to students. Have you considered the topic of equity for a future discussion? That might be interesting.

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