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VUToday: Tuesday - March 31, 2015


NPR All Things Considered (National) interviewed Barbara Stengel, professor of the practice of education, regarding the use of lead teachers in multiple classrooms in an effort to close the achievement gap, yet keep great teachers from leaving for administrative jobs.

KSHB (Kansas City, Mo.) and KTAZ-Telemundo (Phoenix) reported that experts at Vanderbilt University Medical Center advise protection for eyes in the spring, because of windy conditions which can dry out or blow debris into the eyes.

WKRN, Channel 2, WSMV, Channel 4, WTVF, Channel 5,  WZTV, Channel 17, WBIR (Knoxville), and WATN (Memphis) reported that sentencing has been delayed once again for two former Vanderbilt football players convicted of rape in January.


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