- What's right, and wrong, with Minnesota schools
Minnesota's public schools are serving students better than schools in most of the nation, and one author has specific plans for improvement.9:06 a.m.
Jim Lenfestey: Former editorial writer for the Star Tribune and author of a Mpls.St. Paul Magazine series on education reform.
- The new Libya
Libya is making a political and economic comeback, after years of being shunned as a promoter of terrorism. Some question whether the U.S. should hold the country up as an example of successful international diplomacy.10:06 a.m.
Michele Dunne: Editor of the Carnegie Endowment's Arab Reform Bulletin, and visiting assistant professor of Arabic at Georgetown University. Formerly a specialist at the State Department and White House on Middle East affairs, she is author of "Libya: Security is Not Enough," a Carnegie Endowment Policy Brief.
Ronald Bruce St John: Libya scholar at the International Relations Center. He has served on the International Advisory Board of the Journal of Libyan Studies and The Atlantic Council Working Group on Libya. He is also the author of "A Historical Dictionary of Libya."
Mohamed Eljhami: A Libyan-American democracy activist whose brother is currently a political prisoner in Libya.
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