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Siouxland Public Media/Sheila Brummer

A school year started with uncertainty.  Will cases spike with children back in the classroom?  How will parents be able to navigate changes that might emerge with the need to protect the community?  

One thing as a parent you might notice is the excitement for students to return class and their friends. 

Siouxland Public Media's Sheila Brummer discovered that while driving her seven-year-old to school for the first time since March 13th.  

Check It Out: Freakonomics

Aug 25, 2015

Humans are curious creatures, and I’m sure you’ve wondered about the mysteries of the world around you from time to time. Perhaps you’ve wondered if dealing drugs is actually a lucrative job. Or, why did the American crime rate rise in the 1960s and 70s, but drop in the 90s? Does what you name your child affect his or her chance of getting a job someday? Does “eating local” actually help the environment? Why are so many animated movie characters voiced by celebrities?