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Current State for June 2-3, 2018

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On this edition of Current State: Michigan teachers who say they are leaving the classroom because they cannot afford to remain in the profession; PBS President & CEO Paula Kerger talks about why more Americans are tuning into public media for news content and the network's expanding education role; perspective on an MSU alum who will help pick the next president; and the return of "Ondas en Espanol" host Tony "El Chayo" Cervantes. 

Education reporter Kevin Lavery reports on revolving door of Michigan Teachers

Reginald Hardwick interviews PBS President & CEO Paula Kerger

Serving Up Science correspondent Sheril Kirshenbaum makes the Mexican stew Pozole

Reginald Hardwick interviews Chronicle of Higher Education reporter Jack Stripling about UVA president Teresa A. Sullivan

Karel Vega reports on the return of Tony "El Chayo" Cervantes. You can listen to "Ondas en Espanol" on AM870/FM 105.1 WKAR NewsTalk - Saturdays & Sundays 8:00-10:00 a.m. & 6:00-8:00 p.m.

Jamie Paisley reports on 40 years of Saper Galleries in East Lansing

Peter Whorf previews 90.5 Classical's New Release of the Month

Kevin Lavery is a general assignment reporter and occasional local host for Morning Edition and All Things considered.
As managing editor, Karel Vega supervises news reporters and hosts of news programming, and is responsible for the planning and editing of WKAR's news content.
Serving Up Science host Sheril Kirshenbaum is a history buff, science writer, and curious foodie.
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