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Hyderabad, India: One in a Billion

Season 2 Episode 204 | 26m 00s

Earl Bridges and Craig Martin travel to Hyderabad, India to meet up with Harish Mamtani, who runs a school that helps poor students. They also visit historic places, exploring India’s ancient history, and taste the best street food in Hyderabad. Later, in a top-rated American private school, Harish explains why private education in India is a necessary supplement to India’s public education.

Aired: 01/06/22
Distributed nationally by American Public Television
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