Thibault got his start in public radio hosting Morning Edition for member station WFDD in Winston-Salem. Sleep-deprived and eager to learn a new language, he left the North Carolina Piedmont for Taiwan in 2007 where he spent several years reporting on cross-Strait issues for NPR, the Financial Times, and Billboard Magazine. He also repeated low-intermediate Mandarin classes more times than he’d care to admit. After a few years in Asia, Thibault headed to France, where (fortunately) he already spoke the local language. He worked for the international broadcaster France24 as an expert guest and multimedia producer. Now happily married, Thibault is glad to find himself reporting for QUEST and Climate Watch, where he is finally putting his biology degree from Brown University to good use.
About 200 Latino immigrant parents gathered at San Francisco’s Sanchez Elementary School Thursday night to ask city and school district officials for a moratorium on new school programs, pending a comprehensive solution to what they say is a crisis in teaching immigrant students. Audio: Latino immigrant parents dissatisfied with SFUSD (KQED) “We don’t want [our … Continue reading Latino Immigrant Parents Call For Moratorium on SFUSD Programs, Closing Achievement Gap →