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I don’t listen to a lot of live radio anymore. Instead, I tend to listen to a lot of podcasts. I can find content specific to my area and take it with me on the go. Here is a great … Continue reading
My friend and Colleague Daniel Schneider added his voice to an NPR podcast on public teaching in Arizona. Dan and I have worked together at Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Talented Youth program. Check out the podcast interview here.
A few weeks ago, I posted an article about a potential exhibit at the Smithsonian Museum – a collection of artifacts from looted shipwreck. The topic has created a lot of discussion and debate over the role that museums serve in … Continue reading