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Book remembers 'shot heard round the world'

Book remembers 'shot heard round the world'

10/02/11 08:00PM

Today marks the 60th anniversary of what is commonly referred to in baseball as "the shot heard round the world." On October 3, 1951, pitcher Ralph Branca gave up a home run in the bottom of the ninth inning to Bobby Thompson. Branca joins Morning Joe... watch

Is book on Obama White house a 'drive-by...

Is book on Obama White house a 'drive-by shooting'?

10/02/11 08:00PM

Ron Suskind's newest book on the Obama Administration, "Confidence Men," is still making waves in Washington, and financier Steven Rattner says that parts of the book don't all square with his experience at the White House. The Morning Joe panel also... watch

Live from the Bronx Charter School for Excellence

Live from the Bronx Charter School for Excellence

09/30/11 01:13PM

This morning we came to you live from Bronx Charter School for Excellence, deep in the heart of the Parkchester and Morris Park neighborhoods. The school is free public charter school that serves 440 students, and in the 2011-2012, the school's 3rd-6th graders achieved a combined 93.5% proficiency level in English Language Arts and Mathematics. That's pretty darn good.During the episode, we explored how the school has dramatically improved academic results and created a culture of excellence that serves as a successful model for schools across the nation. read more

Did op-ed on 'Chris Christie's big problem' cross the line?

09/30/11 10:09AM

Morning Joe spent a lot of time discussing education in America while at the Bronx Charter School for Excellence this morning.But one of the other topics of the morning was about Eugene Robinson's op-ed on Gov. Chris Christie's weight.You could argue that this is none of my business, but I disagree. Christie’s problem with weight ceased being a private matter when he stepped into the public arena — and it’s not something you can fail to notice. Obesity is a national epidemic whose costs are measured not just in dollars and cents but also in lives. read more

How leadership helped NY school perform

How leadership helped NY school perform

09/29/11 08:00PM

Chairwoman of the board for the Bronx Charter School for Excellence Joyce Frost joins a special edition of Morning Joe, and shares some of the best practices that helped the 7-year-old school rise to become the highest-performing in the state. watch

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