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ULM Teaching Program (2011)

Louisiana: The State We're In



Genre: News, Public Affairs

Place Covered: Monroe, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana

Copyright Holder: Louisiana Educational Television Authority

Date Issued: 2011-04-22

Duration: 00:06:14

Subjects: Education | TEACHERS | HIGHER EDUCATION | University of Louisiana at Monroe


  • Whinham, Charlie Host
  • Sanford, Shauna Host
  • Lincoln, Sue Reporter
  • Fontenot, Jodie Editor
  • Sardino, Alberto Interviewee
  • Scott, Margo Speaker
  • Etzel, Jennifer Interviewee
  • Lemoine, Sandra Interviewee
  • Jackson, Tiffany Interviewee
  • Reighney, Mary Speaker
  • Gibson, Beverly Flowers Interviewee
  • Dawson, Christella Interviewee
  • Hanks, Karari Interviewee
  • Webber, Robert Interviewee


This segment from the April 22, 2011, episode of the series “Louisiana: The State We’re In” features Sue Lincoln’s report on the Master of Arts in Teaching Program (MAT) at the University of Louisiana at Monroe (ULM), one of the state’s top teacher training programs. Lincoln reports that the program is designed for professionals who are changing careers and that the students are required to complete a school-year internship as a teacher in an area school. Lincoln interviews: MAT students Alberto Sardino, Margo Scott, and Jennifer Etzel; Dean Sandra Lemoine of the ULM College of Education; Tiffany Jackson, a MAT Counselor; Dr. Beverly Flowers Gibson, a ULM Professor; Dr. Christella Dawson, the Assistant Principal at Neville High School; Karari Hanks, a MAT program graduate; and Dr. Robert Webber, the Superintendent of the Ouachita Parish Schools. Hosts: Charlie Whinham and Shauna Sanford