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Ever-Growing Past Confounds History Teachers

Jonathan Rees faces a persistent problem: The past keeps growing. He teaches U.S. history and, like many teachers, every few […]

Stanford’s Next Lesson: Free Online Courses For Credit And Degrees?

As Stanford, Harvard and other top American universities digitize more courses for free public consumption, will students one day be […]

First Year Without Controversial Class In Ariz. Ends

The Supreme Court is expected to rule soon on Arizona’s tough new immigration law soon, but there is another controversial […]

How Much Does The Government Spend To Send A Kid To Public School?

On average, it costs $10,615 to send a kid to public school for a year. (That’s federal, state and local […]

Title IX At 40: What Has Changed, And What’s Next

Saturday is the 40th anniversary of Title IX, which, although almost nobody anticipated it then, resulted in women’s gaining the […]

Anti-Bullying Case: Students Ordered To Hit 6-Year-Old, Police Say

A kindergarten teacher who allegedly forced students to strike a boy accused of being a bully will lose her job, […]

A Single Dad And His Unlikely College Roommate

In 1996, Wil Smith enrolled as a freshman at Maine’s Bowdoin College. At 27, he had recently finished serving in […]

Hard Lessons Follow Rocky Start For Chicago Teacher

Tyrese Graham is a second-year science teacher at John Marshall Metropolitan High School on the West Side of Chicago. When […]

Friend Your Students? New York City Schools Say No

English teacher Eleanor Terry started a Facebook page last fall for the High School for Telecommunication Arts and Technology in […]

Medical Marijuana 101: You Can’t Smoke That On Campus

Medical marijuana is legal in 16 states, and that number is expected to grow. But these state laws put colleges […]

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Millions Now Listening Will Never Die

Our post-punk show, Millions Now Listening Will Never Die, is hosted by the legendary Jon Mooneyham. Jon is also an adjunct teacher at the Academy of Contemporary Music at the University of Central Oklahoma. He played guitar in the Flaming Lips back in the day and has met and interviewed practically every band alive.

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