Right to Education, Sound of Trustworthiness, Better Conversation

The Matt Townsend Show
  • Feb 21, 2018
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Constitutional Right to Education (19:41) Derek Black is a Professor of Law at the University of South Carolina School of Law. His areas of expertise include education law and policy, constitutional law, civil rights, evidence, and torts. The focus of his current scholarship is the intersection of constitutional law and public education, particularly as it pertains to educational equality and fairness for disadvantaged students. Although a public school education is something every student in America is entitled to, it is not a constitutional right. Would this make a difference in America’s educational standards?  Derek Black explains. Sound of Trustworthiness (1:08:00) Pascal Belin, Ph.D., is a professor at Glasgow University and head of the Voice Neurocognition Lab and author of multiple published papers. Hello. A simple word that we say all the time. But in one word our character is judged or we judge those around us. The sound of trust in our voices is an important aspect of our person because we don’t want to associate with someone that might deceive us. Pascal Belin and his team looked to see how much power a simple word affects our trust. Better Conversation (1:53:15) Brian Willoughby, Ph.D., is an assistant professor in the School of Family Life at Brigham Young University. Dr. Willoughby's research focuses on young adult dating and relationship patterns. Dr. Willoughby is the co-author of the book "The Marriage Paradox" Dr. Willoughby discusses how to have a better conversation with loved ones. Show More...