AirTalk for October 22, 2014

U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan is in Southern California as part of a trip aimed at strengthening the partnership between the federal government and district leaders. Also, one or more shooters entered the Parliament building in Ottawa, Wednesday morning. Then, in his new book, “The Innovators: How a Group of Hackers, Geniuses, and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution," Walter Isaacson explores the past 150 years of technological advancements.
DUNCAN 001

Benjamin Brayfield/KPCC

Find an archived Episode:

Recently on AirTalk

AirTalk for June 17, 2002

The Last American Man; Strange Myths and Curious Legends on the City of Angels

AirTalk for June 14, 2002

Dr. Percy Clark, Superintendent, Pasadena Unified School District; FilmWeek

AirTalk for June 13, 2002

CityBeat with New Times L.A. Columnist Jill Stewart; Earnings Mobility for Lower-Wage Workers; The Changing Role of Fatherhood in America

AirTalk for June 12, 2002

ID Cards for the Undocumented; Health Dialogues: Lifestyle Drugs

AirTalk for June 11, 2002

The 1st Amendment and the Protection of Children; Sunset Boulevard; Xaviera Hollander

AirTalk for June 10, 2002

Why Do Teens Smoke?; Not By Accident