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PBS & NPR Roundup: Education News For Your Ears (& Eyes)

news hour pbs.jpgBy this point of the week, maybe listening to an education story in the background would be easier than reading one. Here are a few interesting audio and video segments from the past week:

New Orleans Struggles to Revamp Public Education PBS
From last night's NewsHour.

Accused Teacher Denies Surfing for Porn at School NPR
The saga continues.

When a Story Tells Truths, Sources May Suffer NPR
Finding the news in a Baltimore school -- without costing anyone their job.

Opting Out of College for a Blue-Collar Life NPR
Are too many kids being pushed into college?

Writing Seminar Spawns Book Deals NPR
NYT columnist Sam Freedman shows the young'uns (and the rest of us) how to do it.

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