Today on Boston Public Radio:

  • Boston Public Schools has named three finalists for the job of district superintendent. Joining Boston Public Radio to share his analysis was Paul Reville, former state secretary of education and a professor at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education, where he also runs the Education Redesign Lab.
  • Environmentalist and author Bill McKibben discussed his new book, "Falter: Has The Human Game Begun To Play Itself Out?"
  • National security expert Juliette Kayyem told listeners what to expect from the release of the Mueller report tomorrow. Kayyem is on the faculty of Harvard’s Kennedy School and a CNN analyst.
  • Should the government allow people to file their taxes for free? Shirley Leung, the Boston Globe's interim dditorial page editor, weighed in. Then we opened up the lines and asked listeners for their thoughts.
  • Does the animal kingdom have its own judicial system? Sy Montgomery, a journalist, naturalist, and author of "How to Be A Good Creature: A Memoir in Thirteen Animals," explained.
  • WGBH executive arts editor and "Open Studio" host Jared Bowen discussed the play "American Moor" and other notable arts and culture events around town.