- Changing the world, one Rhythm, Rhyme and Result at a time (SoundCloud, January 6, 2010)
- New School (Bay State Banner, March 5, 2009)
- That’ll Learn Ya (The Phoenix, August 26, 2008)
- NPR “Here & Now” (April 18, 2008)
- HipHoponomics, Part III (The New York Times Freakonomics blog, December 7, 2007)
- Kids’ Use of Earbuds Worries Hearing Experts (NPR Morning Edition, April 26, 2007)
- KFBK Radio, Sacramento, CA
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Just last week, before we read poems about world religions aloud, I asked students what we needed to remember to be good public speaker. One student raised his hand and said, “Public speaking, don’t be freaking…”! At this prompt, other students’ hands shot into the air and we were able to recall each tip from the song. Amazing!... read more.
I’ve heard LOTS of attempts to combine rap/hip hop with educational themes. This is THE BEST I have heard... read more.
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