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.
This program looks at what it would take to improve American teaching on a wide scale.
As the school season begins, WXXI-AM 1370 brings listeners radio documentaries that address important issues in education.
In June 2014, the Sunni militant group ISIS declared that it had established a new caliphate spanning territory in Syria and Iraq. Since then, the region under its control has expanded
Demand for wildlife products like ivory and rhino horn has skyrocketed in recent years, and terrorists and other criminal groups are taking advantage.
How Europe and the U.S. are dealing with violent extremism, especially in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo attack as well as the recent shooting in Garland, Texas.
America Abroad Media produces programming that promotes the free exchange of ideas, fosters critical thinking, and empowers self-governing citizens worldwide.
The 62nd Met Opera Radio National Council Grand Finals Concert, hosted by soprano Angela Meade, who was also the guest artist
In the last episode of State of the Re:Union, the team brings you a collection of our favorite stories from the road.
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