The video from The Philanthropist debate has been edited into chapters so you can now skip around to each speaker:
William Schambra starts things off.
Tom Fontana describes the making of the show.
Ian Wilhelm puts the show in context.
Steve Gunderson explains why the Council on Foundations is concerned about the show.
The Q&A session with the audience.
And below, I argue that the show will spur interest in philanthropy.
Last week I asked for a Tactical Philanthropy reader to step up and edit video of The Philanthropist debate so that readers could skip around between speakers rather than watch the whole two hour video from beginning to end.
So we all owe a round of applause to reader Mark Basnage for offering his help. Mark leads the MakeKnowledge project, a nonprofit effort to develop tools to support K-12 teachers’ professional development, and rethink the way we interact with curricula. He also blogs about the landscape of K-12 education at Unstuck-Ed.