- Newsmaker: Gap in SAT Test Scores Widens - The racial divide in education seems like a chasm, according to results from SAT testing around the US. After marked improvement in the 1990s, disparities between whites and minorities are greater than ever. Tanya Shevitz, of the San Francisco Chronicle explains that gender, economics and cultural bias playing a role too.
- Reporter's Notebook: Stars Aligned Favorably for School of Astrology - The Astrological Institute has received national accreditation, making it the first accredited school of astrology in the country. Founder Joyse Jensen introduces us to the school's curriculum, and shares her passion for the stars, cosmic energy cycles and horoscopes.
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