While the Supreme Court debates nudity on old episodes of NYPD Blue, research shows we have a much bigger problem with kids and TV
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What do an old-school game designer, the NCAA chief and Maggie Gyllenhaal have in common? They’re all on TIME’s list of the 12 education activists to watch in 2012. Those named to TIME’s 11 for ’11 made waves last year, and …
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