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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Birth control access roils Philippines amid population boom

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Birth control access roils Philippines amid population boom

The Philippines has a high birth rate caused partly by limited access to contraception.

Birth control access roils Philippines amid population boom

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Can online courses replace a campus education?

Are MOOCs the future of higher education or the vehicle of its demise?

Can online courses replace a campus education?

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Colleges emphasize student 'stickiness' to boost graduations

A high dropout rate at public universities prompted Tennessee to change school funding.

Colleges emphasize student 'stickiness' to boost graduations

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Entertainment and activism of ‘Orange Is the New Black’

Piper Kerman joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss the American justice system and the show.

Entertainment and activism of ‘Orange Is the New Black’

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Explore higher education's future with Hari Sreenivasan

Innovative approaches that are changing the way higher education works around the nation.

Explore higher education's future with Hari Sreenivasan

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Grad rates double after reinvention of Chicago City Colleges

Cheryl Hyman, chief of City Colleges of Chicago, is reshaping her school system.

Grad rates double after reinvention of Chicago City Colleges

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Group wants to turn student borrowers into activists

One group hopes to turn Wisconsin’s student borrowers into a powerful voting bloc.

Group wants to turn student borrowers into activists

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How will ALS ice bucket challenge money be spent?

Thousands have dumped ice water over their heads to raise money to battle ALS.

How will ALS ice bucket challenge money be spent?

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Marcus and Gerson on the Islamic State threat

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Marcus and Gerson on the Islamic State threat

Journalists Ruth Marcus and Michael Gerson analyze the week's political news.

Marcus and Gerson on the Islamic State threat

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Online university skips class to be more accessible

Giving credit based on competency at the student's own pace.

Online university skips class to be more accessible

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Turning parents into teachers to fight the ‘summer slide’

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Turning parents into teachers to fight the ‘summer slide’

Fighting summer learning loss by enlisting parents as partners to help teach children.

Turning parents into teachers to fight the ‘summer slide’

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What Kurdish forces lack in fight against Islamic State

Why has the Peshmerga army in Iraq fallen back against the Islamic State?

What Kurdish forces lack in fight against Islamic State

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