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We explore an effort to offer every student a personalized curriculum.
This October is â€śOdd-toberâ€ť on WXXI-TV, with an all-new Odd Squad one-hour special and the return of Halloween-themed family favorites from various PBS KIDS series.
In the 1940s, British headmaster Kurt Hahn set up a wilderness school to teach the skills young men needed to survive World War II: leadership, persistence, working together.
The longest war in American history is drawing to a close. Now, those serving are coming home, and many hope to use higher education to build better lives.
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