Thursday, Aug 27 12 p.m. (ET)

“Shaping the City” with Roger Lewis

With so much development taking place in Montgomery County, it's often hard to predict what any given neighborhood will look like tomorrow. But planners there are busy looking 50 years into the future -- sketching out and moving ahead with...

Thursday, Aug 27 1 p.m. (ET)

The “Golden Age” of American Education?

Education reformers are grappling with difficult, ideologically charged questions. But how much of today's debates over student assessment, teacher pay, and the role of the federal government are really new? We examine the history of education debates in America.

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