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Katie Couric and the Sesame Street Muppets help families cope with death, presenting strategies that are child-appropriate and useful for the whole family.
This new documentary chronicles one manâ€™s post-9/11 quest to challenge the deep problem of Holocaust denial in the Arab world.
Could the teachers unions be protecting so many poorly performing teachers that they are failing the whole educational system?
Growing Greener Schools takes a look at green education and engaging students in green schoolyards and gardens, transportation, recycling, stewardship and more.
Mayor Bob Duffy and Rochester City School District Board President Malik Evans will meet at WXXI studios to answer questions regarding mayorial control of city schools. Watch it online!
Rochester City School Superintendent Jean-Claude Brizard presented his plan to reconfigure schools to the school board.
WXXI will host a live televised forum Thursday, April 1 at 8:00pm on Mayor Robert Duffy's proposal to take over control of Rochester City Schools.
The New York State Education Department released its report on High School Graduation Rates locally.
The Center for Governmental Research will conduct a survey of 2,000 Rochester residents to get their opinions on the possibility of Mayor Duffy taking control of Rochester City Schools.
Former Assistant Secretary of Education Diane Ravitch once supported "No Child Left Behind," but now she is openly critical of the policy.
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