Prompted by his upbringing and life experiences, Dr. John Hodge has dedicated his career to advocating for impoverished children and their families. On a recently released episode of Keystone Education Radio, podcast host Annette Stevenson and Dr. Hodge discuss factors in closing the achievement gap, the role guardians play in developing resilience, the shift to higher order thinking, the SAME approach to education, and how educators and school leaders can help develop a culturally inclusive school. 

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