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Robert Bobb Has His Hands Full Fixing Detroit Schools

Detroit's Public Schools have suffered from low attendance and thus low graduation rates for years. Host Michel Martin talks with Detroit Public Schools Emergency Financial Manager Robert Bobb about plans to get the city's schools back track.

Robert Bobb Has His Hands Full Fixing Detroit Schools

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Colleges See Booming Growth Of International Students

The number of international students in the U.S. continues to rise despite the recession, especially those from China. Host Michel Martin talks about this with Rahul Choudaha, associate director of Innovation and Development at World Education Services.

Colleges See Booming Growth Of International Students

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Arts & Life

Father-Son Comedy Duo Does Reality TV

Host Michel Martin speaks to Internet comedy sensation Kevin Wu and his father Michael Wu. Kevin has had 100 million hits on his videos. They are contestants on this season's Amazing Race.

Father-Son Comedy Duo Does Reality TV

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Thursday

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Magazine Lists Best Companies For Working Mothers

What are the best employers for families hoping to strike that perfect work-home balance? Host Michel Martin runs down Working Mother Magazine's 25th annual list of the 100 Best Companies with Working Mother Media Group President Carol Evans.

Magazine Lists Best Companies For Working Mothers

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Wednesday

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The Story Behind America's Great Migration

Host Michel Martin talks with Isabel Wilkerson, author of “The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story America's Great Migration.” Wilkerson’s book explores the great migration of Blacks from the Jim Crow South to Northern locales in the US.

The Story Behind America's Great Migration

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Tuesday

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Florida Families Grapple With Foreclosures

Host Michel Martin talks with Paul Reyes, author of Exiles in Eden: Life Among the Ruins of Florida's Great Recession. In his new book, Reyes details the devastating effects of the foreclosure crisis on Florida families.

Florida Families Grapple With Foreclosures

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Music Articles

In Your Ear: Gospel Music Newcomer Brian Courtney Wilson

Gospel singer Brian Courtney Wilson shares with Tell Me More the music that's currently keeping him grooving. The songs include John Mayer's "Stop This Train," Mary Mary's "Seattle," and one of his all-time favorites, Soul legend Donny Hathaway's "Song For You."

In Your Ear: Gospel Music Newcomer Brian Courtney Wilson

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