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Foreign Policy Analyst Turzanski On Hagel Resignation: ‘Obama Wants To Demonstrate He’s Making Changes’
Foreign policy analyst Ed Turzanski criticized the Obama administration for their handling of the resignation of Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, suggesting politics played a major role in the decision.
Many studies have shown that reading consistently to kids is the strongest factor in a child’s later reading success.
The United States fails to do right by most low-income students who excel in school. Now, there may be a turning point.
The Rhode Island School of Design in particular is spearheading a national initiative to incorporate art and design – calling it STEM to STEAM.
A new study indicates that the quality of communication with toddlers is of much greater importance than the number of words.
For children like Gus, an autistic 13-year-old who loves to chat, Siri is more than a diversion.
Chris discussed the latest on the battle against ISIL in Iraq and Syria, New York Time Columnist Paul Krugman’s defense of President Obama, and the Catholic Church’s recent statements on homosexuality. He talked to Dr. John Nagl at 7:00 and Eagles General Howie Roseman at 8:20.
Thousands of kids in San Francisco are benefiting from the Kindergarten to College program where every student gets a Children’s Savings Account.
With Ebola and Enertovirus making headlines every day, it’s hard not to be concerned. A free event opens to the public later this month on Penn’s campus that will explore things like how viruses evolve and spread.
Rutgers-Camden Law Professor: Pedophilia Is A Mental Disorder And Should Be Treated Early To Avoid Child Sexual Abuse
Dom Giordano spoke with Rutgers-Camden law professor Margo Kaplan on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about an editorial she wrote in The New York Times calling for pedophilia to be classified as a disorder, not a crime.
Chris Stigall spoke with Penn Professor of Medicine Dr. Jason Karlawish on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about an op-ed he had published in the New York Times on aging and the role of medicine in our lives as we grow older.
Teaching has long been dominated by women. And now, increasing the number of African American and Latino teachers is a higher priority than bringing men into the field.
Teachers are applauding an evaluation system started by two 23-year-old grads from Yale.
Communities in Schools brings a site coordinator trained in education and social work into schools with predominantly poor kids. Attendance has improved in most cases.
The nation is short on doctors but some schools are expanding admissions and changes are afoot to make educational debt more manageable.