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Condoleeza Rice Makes the Case for Arts in Education

Jeffrey Brown sat down with former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice and former New York City Schools Chancellor Joel Klein to to ask both leaders about the role of arts in education at a time when arts classes are often one of the first targets for cuts at many schools. Both are known for supporting the arts, and Rice is an accomplished pianist in her own right.

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Monday on the NewsHour, Hamas fires rockets into Israel, prompting an air strike after hundreds of Palestinians are wounded in clashes with Israeli police.
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On this edition for Sunday, May 9, the U.S. looks for ways to expand COVID-19 vaccinations as demand plateaus.
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On this edition for Saturday, May 8, India’s COVID-19 surge continues as it hits southern states.
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Friday on the NewsHour, a sharp drop in the number of new jobs raises questions about the future of the economy and concerns about the labor force.
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Thursday on the NewsHour, the Republican party weighs punishing Liz Cheney for decrying "The Big Lie" of a stolen election.
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May 5, 2021

Wednesday on the NewsHour, "PBS NewsHour" looks at the implications of the Biden administration's decision to lift COVID-19 patent protections in order to help other countries in need.
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Tuesday on the NewsHour, "PBS NewsHour" talks with the surgeon general as the U.S. inoculation effort shifts focus to the community level — to rural areas and younger Americans.
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Monday on the NewsHour, India struggles to handle a second wave of COVID-19 as many question the country's leadership during the pandemic.
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On this edition for Sunday, May 2, COVID-19 continues to devastate India while vaccination sites struggle with low supply.
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