Husband and Wife Use ‘Smart’ Classrooms to Teach Policy-Making at 2 Universities

January 18, 2002

In the world of public policy, American University and Cleveland State University are separated by more than a few hundred miles: Public-policy students at American usually train for careers in the federal government, while most of their Cleveland State peers plan to work on local or state levels. Using videoconferencing technology, a husband-and-wife team aims to expose students at both institutions to opposite ends of the policy-making spectrum.