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World events and more

This National Public Radio (NPR) World page allows users to listen to some NPR stories and to read the text of others. The site provides an excellent opportunity for social studies teachers to teach current events and for language arts
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This National Public Radio (NPR) World page allows users to listen to some NPR stories and to read the text of others. The site provides an excellent opportunity for social studies teachers to teach current events and for language arts teachers to have their students discuss broadcast journalism. Access to other NPR topics such as music, books, arts, and culture.

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