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Life After Labor Day

From: RadioActive Youth Media
Series: RadioActive
Length: 14:55

Today's show thinks ahead to once summer vacation is (gasp) over. Hosts Chetan Chandrashekhar and Katherine Sims discuss education. A group of students want youth to have more of a say in public education policy. Plus, find out what makes Montessori schools unique and hear why homeschooling is on the rise. Read the full description.

Kendrick_and_emma_small Today's show thinks ahead to once summer vacation is (gasp) over. Hosts Chetan Chandrashekhar and Katherine Sims discuss education. A group of students want youth to have more of a say in public education policy. Plus, find out what makes Montessori schools unique and hear why homeschooling is on the rise.

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