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No Child Left Behind

The Department of Education has announced new guidelines for "No Child Left Behind", the program aimed at closing achievement gaps in American public schools. We'll talk about the effectiveness of the current program and what the...

Monday, Apr 11 11 a.m. (ET)

Joan Klingel Ray, “Jane Austen 101″

Jane Austen is an 18th century novelist whose work inspires shelves of scholarly literary criticism as well as passionate devotion by ordinary readers. Diane and her guest discuss why the world loves Jane Austen.

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