- Teaching the 'art of arguing'
Essays are good, but new research says interaction, argument and debate are how students really learn. From school-age kids to adults, hear how "argumentative reasoning" could change your outlook on everyday life.9:06 a.m.
Dr. Deanna Kuhn: Professor of Psychology and Education at The Teacher's College at Columbia University.
Dr. Gerald Graff: Professor of English and Education at the University of Illinois.
- The case against Libya
President Obama's speech to the nation last night defined America's role in Libya. But how will NATO's plan impact the six-week long uprising against Moammar Gaddafi?9:45 a.m.
Michael Hirsh: Chief Correspondent for National Journal
- The business of college athletics
March Madness is upon us again, and millions of Americans are glued to their screens as college basketball teams vie to win the multi-billion NCAA tournament. But as the business of big-time college athletics grows, many continue to wonder if the athletes playing the games should be paid.10:06 a.m.
Lowell Bergman: Correspondent for PBS Frontline. His new documentary Money and March Madness looks at the economics of NCAA Tournament.
Allen Sack: Director of the Institute for Sports Management at the University of New Haven and author of "Counterfeit Sports."
Andrew Zimbalist: Professor of economics at Smith College and an author of several books on the business of sports. His most recent book is "Circling the Bases."
You can follow Kerri Miller on Twitter at @KerriMPR
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