Tuesday on the NewsHour, Jeffrey Brown goes to Indiana to talk to the curators, artists and patrons involved in the transformation at the Indianapolis Museum of Art.
When New York filmmaker Annie Nocenti became the first teacher at Cine Institute, Haiti’s only film school, two years ago, she was excited to see what her students would capture. Last Tuesday, her students faced their most challenging test when a powerful earthquake ravaged the island.
Gwen Ifill speaks with John Merrow for an update on efforts to reform Washington, D.C.’s troubled public school system. Continue reading
The flu season might start earlier than expected, complicating efforts to distribute an H1N1 vaccine before people are infected. Betty Ann Bowser reports. Continue reading
Jeffrey Brown speaks with a Chicago Sun-Times reporter about the recent murder of a high school student in Chicago’s south side and the increase in gang violence throughout the Windy City. Continue reading
As students head back to high schools and colleges across the country, an essay in the September issue of Harper’s Magazine declares that, “Education in America today is almost exclusively about the GDP.”