The debate on whether a small Massachusetts town should build a new library.
A follow up to a story about online classrooms and the company called Udacity. Mark Finney, a professor, wrote in to make the case for in-classroom learning and personal interaction with students.
Dick speaks with two sisters, Briallen Hopper (left) and Johanna Hopper, who have different thoughts about the value of a college education.
A story from the Blunt Youth Radio Project about the rules at Maine's Long Creek Youth Development Center, which include no note passing.
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