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Education Segments From NPR and PBS

Sick of words and looking for something interesting to listen to or watch? Check out these two recent NPR and PBS segments:

"At a high school in Baltimore, two teachers take very different approaches to the start of a new semester. It's a chance to make a fresh start for some teachers, but also a confusing time, as new schedules upend their routines." (A New Semester At Northwestern High0)

Over on PBS, check out Teaching Entrepreneurship: Watch as inner city high school students launch their own soda company, and hear why some say entrepreneurship education is "the civil rights issue of our time."

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