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By Monica Brady-Myerov, Founder and CEO (Listenwise)
Public radio journalists inform listeners every day about national and world events. But a former public radio reporter discovered that such reporting can also have lasting educational value for students from elementary school to high school.
By Leigh Giangreco
An employment discrimination lawsuit against NPR is moving to federal court this month. Plaintiff Kevin Langley, who is Black, alleged in a complaint filed in D.C. Superior Court in October that the nonprofit and his supervisor engaged in age discrimination by denying him promotions and stalling his career path.
By Julian Wyllie, Reporter
Tonya Mosley is stepping down from her position at the end of January as co-host of Here & Now, a nationally distributed radio program produced by WBUR in Boston. Mosley Mosley will become a correspondent for the program.