NPR - Education Facing Loss Of Accreditation Over Finances, Women's HBCU Raises Millions 2019-02-17T17:22:00.000000000-05:00 Bennett College, a historically black women's college, could lose accreditation due to financial instability. President Phyllis Worthy Dawkins tells NPR's Michel Martin how the school raised millions. How I Made It: A 'Rap Dad' on Hip-Hop and Fatherhood 2019-02-17T12:57:19.000000000-05:00 Growing up in the 80s and 90s, Juan Vidal looked for life guidance in the lyrics of his favorite hip-hop icons. Episode #1908 2019-02-17T12:56:02.000000000-05:00 Our broadcast show for February 15, 2019. Former Teacher Blames Education Policymakers For Atlanta Cheating Scandal 2019-02-16T17:07:00.000000000-05:00 Shani Robinson was one of 11 Atlanta teachers convicted of altering standardized test results in 2015. In None of the Above, she pleads her innocence — and points a finger at systemic failure. To Move Forward, Parkland Shooting Survivor Leaves Marjory Stoneman Douglas 2019-02-16T17:07:00.000000000-05:00 It's been a year of struggle for Parkland school survivor Annabel Claprood. One year after the mass shooting, she's no longer at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Universities Scour Yearbooks After Northam 2019-02-16T08:15:00.000000000-05:00 After the controversy over a blackface photo in Ralph Northam's medical school yearbook, universities are reviewing their yearbooks for material that could be considered racist or offensive. Ph.D. Student Breaks Down Electron Physics Into A Swinging Musical 2019-02-16T08:14:00.000000000-05:00 John Bohannon, founder of Science magazine's "Dance Your Ph.D." contest, presents the 2018 winner, Pramodh Senarath Yapa. He won over judges with his choreographic rendition of some chaotic electrons. Denver Teacher Strike Ends; Chicago Designer Revamps School Uniforms 2019-02-16T07:00:22.000000000-05:00 Also in this week's education roundup, a new study suggest that a high-crime neighborhood can have an effect on student attendance. Tony Salvador: How Does Bias Affect How We Listen? 2019-02-15T09:34:06.000000000-05:00 Experimental psychologist Tony Salvador says we often hear only what we want to hear. He asks us to move beyond selective listening and be open to hearing all ideas — even ones we don't agree with. Federal Watchdog Issues Scathing Report On Ed Department's Handling Of Student Loans 2019-02-14T11:20:00.000000000-05:00 The department's own inspector general says student loan companies aren't following the rules, and that the government isn't doing enough to hold them accountable.