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"PBS Teachers" Expanded Site Launches

There is a lot of really godawful content and cluttered webdesign out there online for teachers, who as a result are rightly suspicious about what they're usually being offered. But maybe the new PBS Teachers site will be the exception. Just launched today, the site has a nice, clean look -- with video and blogs up top where they shold be -- along with free lesson plans, local and national educator resources, teacher professional development, all that stuff. Check it out. Let me know what you think.

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