GUEST OVERVIEW: Carl Herman is a National Board Certified Teacher of US Government, Economics, and History (also credentialed in Mathematics), with an undergraduate degree from UC Berkeley in Global Development focused on ending poverty (1983), and an Ed.M from Harvard’s Graduate School of Education (1999). Herman has worked as a public education teacher since 1984. Two Los Angeles Mayors honored him as among the very best in Central L.A. among a population of ~10,000 teachers. Herman worked with both US political parties over 18 years up to two UN Summits for heads of state as a key volunteer with the citizen’s lobby, RESULTS, for US domestic and foreign policy to end poverty (1990 World Summit for Children and 1997 Microcredit Summit). He helped craft and deliver ~300 policy briefs for Members of Congress and other international professionals. Microcredit now reaches hundreds of millions of the poorest of the poor families, saving literally hundreds of millions of human lives. Herman has written ~1,000 public essays with ~50 million total page views since 2009, with 100+ appearances on television, radio, and podcasts. Herman presented economic papers at two international Claremont Colleges conferences (2012, 2015). His current work includes a 58-episode series over two years of challenging his NorCal public school district over their "health" "orders" (interview with Peggy Hall), and twice-weekly news analysis with Jim Fetzer and Joe Olson. He publishes on https://carlbherman.blogspot.com.
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