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  • QB Jr.

    QB Jr.

    Mid-Michigan middle school students compete in this companion to the popular QuizBusters series. Matt Ottinger hosts.

  • Latest on Ride Services, Covered California, Tiffany Shlain

    Latest on Ride Services, Covered California, Tiffany Shlain

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    Companies like Uber and Lyft have transformed the transportation ecosystem over the past five years. But all this growth has spurred controversy. in the middle of open enrollment for the second year of the Federal Affordable Care Act. How's it going and what lies ahead? The series "The Future Starts Here" explores the positive and negative impact of technology.

  • Egyptian court clears Mubarak in 2011 protest deaths

    Egyptian court clears Mubarak in 2011 protest deaths

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    An Egyptian court on Saturday dismissed charges that ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was responsible for killing hundreds of demonstrators during the Arab Spring uprising in 2011. For more on the ruling and its importance, Samer Shehata, an associate professor of Middle Eastern politics at the University of Oklahoma joins William Brangham.

  • Hedrick Smith Interview

    Hedrick Smith Interview

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    Meet Hedrick Smith, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, former correspondent for PBS Newshour, and author of "Who Stole the American Dream." Smith has had a front row seat to the most important moments of our day, and his new book examines the changing tide for the American middle class.

  • Codey: Later Start Time Benefits Middle and High Schoolers

    Codey: Later Start Time Benefits Middle and High Schoolers

    video.pbs.org/video/2365378518

    Sen. Richard Codey has introduced a bill that would study starting middle and high school days after 8:30 a.m., which he says will reduce absenteeism and tardiness while increasing grades.

  • Special Edition

    Special Edition

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    A KET-produced current events program for upper-elementary and middle school students. Missy Johnston hosts a fast-paced round-up of headlines for the week and presents a series of questions to test students' understanding.

  • Episode 2703

    Episode 2703

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    Charm in the Middle: Smith Island is the perfect getaway for peace, quiet, and genuine Chesapeake charm! Out of Time: Once expected to replace Fort McHenry, Fort Carroll now sits nearly forgotten in the mouth of the Patapsco River; overgrown and a refuge for colonial nesting birds. Parker's Last Stand: Uncovering a pristine War of 1812 Battlefield beneath a quiet Kent County farm.

  • Episode 4: Natural Resources

    Episode 4: Natural Resources

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    It's survival mode for Erick and the Uncharted crew this week as they navigate the choppy waters that make up the Upper and Middle Ocoee river. The Upper Ocoee consists of the modified Olympic course, which was constructed for the 1996 Centennial Olympics, so it's anything but a relaxing joy ride...especially with camera and sound equipment in your raft!

  • Episode 607 Hosted by Castle High School and Roosevelt High

    Episode 607 Hosted by Castle High School and Roosevelt High

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    Kapaa Middle School's profile of the youngest, and only female, fire knife dancer on Kauai; Maui High School's story about a mother's courageous battle with ALS and how her daughter's school undertook the Ice Bucket Challenge in her honor.

  • Bridges to High School & ASU Outreach & Autism Pilot Program

    Bridges to High School & ASU Outreach & Autism Pilot Program

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    Learn about Bridges to High School, a family-focused intervention program that engages students in middle school to stay on an academic track. ASU offers many outreach programs to help future students consider postsecondary education as a primary goal. Also, find out about a new app-based pilot program that may help rule out or diagnose autism.

  • Is incitement to blame for growing Middle East violence?

    Is incitement to blame for growing Middle East violence?

    video.pbs.org/video/2365371828

    Judy Woodruff talks to Dennis Ross of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy and Shibley Telhami of the University of Maryland about what's behind the recent escalation of violence in Jerusalem.

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