Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) January 20, 2014
Most pundits and commentators would agree that public education in America has plenty of room for improvement. The nation’s public schools, in many cases, do a poor job of educating the country’s youth and preparing them for successful and productive lives. Producers for the In View series with Larry King (561-279-3550), an enlightening cable program, announced today that they will look for encouraging education stories to present on the TV program. Show producers such as associate producer Karla Sullivan, senior associate producer Joel Walters, associate producer John Patrick and associate producer Courtney Lovejoy will try to identify noteworthy schools and school districts across the country that have made significant progress in their efforts to improve the quality of education and prepare students for productive and fruitful adult lives.
Producers for In View hosted by Larry King look for upbeat and interesting stories of achievement, progress, advancement and innovation to present on the In View TV series (855-446-8439), which profiles academic institutions, medical facilities, corporations and professionals throughout the United States and Canada. In View series producers like associate producer Derrick Milhous, associate producer Diane Shandler, associate producer David Kent, associate producer Brian Cahill and associate producer Rachel Van Drake speak with leaders in many industries, as well as elected officials and public figures, to identify noteworthy stories to feature on the TV program. The In View Larry King producer team will look for schools, school districts and educators across America who have had success with various approaches and strategies, and will highlight some of their stories on the program.
The In View series hosted by Larry King aims to bring TV audiences across the country enlightening content about meaningful subjects that affect families, businesses and consumers nationwide. Check out the In View show’s official YouTube channel to watch some of the show’s programming.