The producers of In Focus with Martin Sheen have announced an upcoming report on how charter schools are bringing new ways of educating students to American classrooms.
In Focus Martin Sheen PBS is an independently produced television series airing in markets around the country on public television. The program is hosted by the legendary Martin Sheen, who is about to embark on his second half-century in American entertainment. Mr. Sheen has developed a reputation as one of Hollywood's most respected actors during a career that includes more than 60 film appearances.
This spring, In Focus Martin Sheen is bringing the very best in America's educational system to public television audiences. This new report will highlight how innovative teaching methods that are already showing results in charter schools around the country can help improve classroom performance for all students. Educators will be telling Breakthroughs their stories about how new approaches to teaching are helping students become excited about learning, which translates to better results on standardized tests and report cards.
The producers of In Focus with Martin Sheen are hoping to debut the new report in April. Viewers can find air times and dates by checking their local listings. For more information about the reports or to offer other ideas related to this topic, In Focus with Martin Sheen can be reached through the show's official website at infocusptv.com or on Facebook at facebook.com/InFocusMartinSheen.
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