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Replay: Uptalk on Jeopardy

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Grandparents Who Parent

In this hour, we talk about the ways people support each other, and the meaning it can have for the supported—from parenting to mentoring to talking through traumatic experiences.  

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Marking Stories of Slavery

In this hour we look at how slavery is represented in the classroom and on historic sites.

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Secrecy in the “Sunshine Era”

  Electronic health records can save billions of dollars and increase patient safety. But in the United States, they can also put individual privacy at risk, more so than in …

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Landscapes of Longevity

Image via Landscapes of Longevity project Blue zones are areas of the world that have been identified as having the longest expected lifespans. Reuben Rainey and Asa Eslocker (University of Virginia) …

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Replay: The Future of Higher Education

In May of 2012, Harvard and MIT announced a partnership to provide free courses to anyone, anywhere, sparking an intense debate about the future of a bricks and mortar education. …

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Summer Melt and the Z-Degree

Bob Templin (Northern Virginia Community College) is president of one of the largest community colleges in the nation. He’s launched an innovative program that prepares the burgeoning population of Latino …

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Replay: First in the Family

Courtesy chadmill via Flickr Nearly a third of college students in the United States are first-generation—meaning their parents and grandparents didn’t go. For many of these students, entering academia can …

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Beyond the Books

Image courtesy United States Navy American teens spend approximately two million minutes in high school.  With Good Reason talks with Bob Compton about how kids in America, China, and India …

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The Future of Higher Education

In May of 2012, Harvard and MIT announced a partnership to provide free courses to anyone, anywhere, sparking an intense debate about the future of a bricks and mortar education. …

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Replay: The Legacy of Massive Resistance

In 1951 a group of African American students at Robert R. Moton High School in Prince Edward County, Virginia, organized a strike to protest the substandard school facilities provided for …

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