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More Audio and Video Coming Your Way

By Alexander Russo — February 17, 2007 1 min read

Little by little, step by step, there’s more education-related audio (and video) that you can listen to or watch on your computer:

Eating Disorders on America’s College Campuses John Merrow
In this exclusive video podcast, we take a look inside America’s college campuses, where eating disorders may affect up to 20% of its students.

The Problem with Praise NPR (On Point)
Challenges, self-esteem and our children. New findings say too much praise may be a problem for the kids.

Who’s Afraid of the New Economy? NYT (David Brooks)
A group of Democratic economists and strategists (The Third Way) are taking on the rising neopopulists (like John Edwards).

KBIA News (Missouri) Education Week
Listen to Governor Matt Blunt read from The Giving Tree ... hear from Columbia Schools Superintendent Phyllis Chase ... and learn about plans for a new Catholic high school.

In addition, the Education Intelligencer recently has been doing little video sketches (search below for his first, “NCLB Make Sun God Angry,” and Sheman Dorn has been dabbling, too. Then of course, there’s the Gadfly Show.

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