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Dr. Thomas J. Botzman

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Dr. Thomas J. Botzman - President of Misericordia University

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Mark Volk

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Mark Volk - President of Lackawanna College

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Dr. Mark Erickson

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Dr. Mark Erickson - President of Northampton Community College

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Dr. David Coppola

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Dr. David Coppola - President of Keystone College

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Sr. Anne Munley, IMH, Ph.D.

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Sr. Anne Munley, IMH, Ph.D. - President of Marywood University

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Honesdale vs. Montrose

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Honesdale vs. Montrose on this week's Scholastic Scrimmage

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Abington Heights vs. Susquehanna

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Abington Heights vs. Susquehanna in this week's Scholastic Scrimmage

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Joseph Campbell and The Power of Myth

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Beloved 1988 PBS series featuring mythologist and storyteller Joseph Campbell and Bill Moyers. Together, they explore the powerful influence of enduring myths on the choices we make and the ways we live

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Teachers Workshop from Pennsylvania College of Technology

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Explore opportunities to enhance your classrooms by using FREE public media resources 

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Valley View vs. Lakeland

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Valley View vs. Lakeland

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A Guide To Parental Controls For Kids' Tech Use

All the major tech companies offer parental controls — Apple is the latest. For parents, making the best of them can...

NYC Mayor On Diversity Problems With City's Elite Public High Schools

Steve Inskeep talks to New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio about his proposal to change how students are admitted to...

Virtual Advisers Help Out With College Admissions

Nearly 1 in 4 high-achieving, low-income students apply to college completely on their own. A nonprofit aims to help...

Changes Coming To AP World History Classes

The Advanced Placement World History course will no longer include precolonial civilizations. Scott Simon talks to...

What Teens Really Say About Sex, Drugs And Sadness

A new survey of America's youth offers more than a few surprises — and raises some important red flags.

More Colleges Go Test-Optional; Google Launches College Search Tool

Also in our weekly roundup of education news, the University of Chicago makes test scores optional for applicants.

Harvard Accused Of 'Racial Balancing': Lawsuit Says Asian-Americans Treated Unfairly

Harvard says it doesn't discriminate — and it notes that the suit is backed by the same activist who challenged the...

How A Dad Filmed His Early Days Of Fatherhood And Became A YouTube Star

Amid the cat videos and makeup tutorials on YouTube, millions of people have watched a dad interview his daughters...

Despite A Revamped Focus On Real-Life Skills, 'Home Ec' Classes Fade Away

Now called family and consumer sciences, courses suffer from few qualified teachers and declining enrollment. But in...

'Radio Dodo' Creates Bedtime Stories For Syrian Refugees

NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to Brigitte Alepin, the creator of "Radio Dodo," or Sleepytime Radio, a program that creates...