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    #85496 09/21/10 09:42 AM
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    Thought this may be of interest to some in this group.

    http://www.greatschools.org/stateofeducation/?cpn=20100921weeklysend

    The trailers for �Waiting for Superman� and education documentaries/movies that I hadn�t heard of are available here. I am particularly interested in seeing the already released �Two Million Minutes� in addition to �Waiting for Superman�.

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    NPR is supposed to be having a segment on "Waiting for Superman" this afternoon on All Things Considered.

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    This is only 13 minutes in length.

    http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=130020147

    Thanks for the tip Maryann. I kept going back to NPR as I drove all afternoon, but missed it on air.
    My apologies as I overlooked the earlier and interesting posts regarding this documentary. I don�t keep up here as I used to.


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