First, we talk with an academic and Amish education advocate about the legacy of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that lets Amish parents withdraw children from schooling. Then, we hear form a UW-Madison psychology professor about her research on what it means to smile.
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Wisconsin v. Yoder turns 50
Fifty years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of three Old Order Amish members in Wisconsin v. Yoder, allowing parents to withdraw their children from public school beyond eighth grade. We speak with a professor and an Amish education advocate about the legacy of the Supreme Court ruling.
Smiling: Science and cultural interpretations
Ever wonder what a stranger means, when they smile at you on the street? A UW-Madison psychology professor takes us inside her research lab to share the science behind the smile.
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