UNC-Chapel Hill continues to deal with repercussions of a high-profile scandal involving phony classes designed to help keep athletes eligible for competition. Jane Shaw of the Pope Center for Higher Education Policy discusses fallout from that scandal during the next edition of Carolina Journal Radio.

Terry Stoops discusses the work of an Academic Standards Review Commission that’s looking into replacing Common Core in North Carolina. Management consultant Paul Slobodian labels various competing factions in the state’s education reform debate.

Historian Larry Schweikart discusses his movie “Rockin’ The Wall,” which focuses on rock music’s influence in ending the Cold War. Plus you’ll hear highlights from a recent legislative discussion about the future stability of North Carolina’s Medicaid program.