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Students at Westlake High School in Waldorf, Md., participate in an interactive digital conversation with historian Kenneth C. Davis about late 19th and early 20th century American history on Thursday. The school uses a state of the art "telepresence center" for students to connect with experts all over the world. NPR/Celeste Headlee hide caption

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Teaching 2.0: Is Tech In The Classroom Worth The Cost?

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School Calvin Harris
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This summer Paris will start dimming its streetlights, though major landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower, will not be affected. Mike Hewitt/Getty Images hide caption

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Turning It Down: Cities Combat Light Pollution By Going Dim

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City of Blinding Lights U2
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Luis Guzman and Adam Sandler in Paul Thomas Anderson's Punch Drunk Love. Anonymous/AP hide caption

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The Movie Alex Karpovsky Has 'Seen A Million Times'

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Swing Zero 7
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Jamaica Kincaid, author of numerous works of fiction and nonfiction, lives in Vermont. Kenneth Noland/Farrar, Straus and Giroux hide caption

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Time Rules In Jamaica Kincaid's New Novel, 'See Now Then'

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Margaret Bonds in 1956. Born in Chicago in 1913, Bonds became one of the first African-American female composers to gain recognition in the United States. Carl Van Vechten/Wikimedia Commons hide caption

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At 100, Composer Margaret Bonds Remains A Great Exception

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Whole World in his Hand Jubby's Jass Band
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