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Dr. Seuss Birthday Bash

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Saturday, February 28th at the Scranton Cultural Center

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Arthur: Fountain Abbey

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An all-new, Downton Abbey-inspired episode of ARTHUR

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Young Classical Artists Competition

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Sponsored by the Bloomsburg University chapter of the National Association for Music Education

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Working Class: 100 Years of Hands-On Education

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Chronicles the rich, challenging history of Pennsylvania College of Technology

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French Creek

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One of the most ecologically important waterways in the country

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Dauphin County Conservation District

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Great ideas to reduce the amount of contaminants in local streams

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Invasive Species of Fish

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Using technology to combat the threat of aggressive and damaging species of fish

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Stewards of the Lower Susquehanna

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Here in Pennsylvania, we are stewards of North America's largest fresh water estuary

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Weinberg Memorial Library Green Team

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A group of University of Scranton faculty & students promoting sustainable initiatives

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No Child Left Inside

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Encouraging parents to let their kids "turn off, step out and tune in"

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Artist of the Week

Artist of the Week

Calls attention to high school students who excel in the study of the arts

Scholastic Scrimmage

Scholastic Scrimmage

Quiz show that challenges students from WVIA’s school districts about all academic disciplines

NPR Education News

When College Plans Washed Away With Hurricane Maria

As Puerto Rico students settle into high school on the mainland — one big question emerges: What happens to my...

D.C.'s School For Young Boys Of Color Tackles Mistrust Between Students And Police

Washington, D.C., has created a new, all-boys public school designed specifically for the district's young men of...

School Trip To D.C. Canceled Over Fears Of Mass Shooting

NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro asks Superintendent Jim Powell of Ohio's North Ridgeville City Schools why he canceled the...

To Tax Or Not To Tax University Endowments

NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks to Grinnell College President Raynard Kington about the proposed excise tax on...

If Parents In Taiwan Are OK With Their Kids' Sex Ed Class, Why Are Others So Upset?

Despite being one of the first places in Asia to recognize same-sex unions and require schools to teach sex...

Sam Kass: Can Free Breakfast Improve Learning?

16 million children face hunger in the U.S., which can prevent them from performing well in school. Chef Sam Kass...

Wendy Troxel: Does High School Start Too Early?

Sleep expert Wendy Troxel says teens are sleep-deprived because of early school start times that cater to adults...

How Mass Shootings Are Forcing Schools To Re-Evaluate Safety

Teachers are learning how to protect their students from the possibility of a school shooting. That can include...

Native American Students Fight Discrimination By Celebrating Their Heritage

A new survey found that nationwide, three-quarters of Native Americans believe there is discrimination against their...

In Chinese Cities, Migrants' Work Is Welcome. Their Children Are Not

A private school in Beijing caters to children whose parents have moved to the city for work. Moving from place to...