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EOT 3/1: preview

From changes in history education to changes in banking systems, this week’s Eye on the Triangle is on it.

In VIP, Correspondent Michale Jones interviews Professor Holly Brewer and Superintendent of the Public Department of Instruction June Atkinson about changes to the Wake County history education curriculum, its advantages and its disadvantages.

In Community Canvas,  Correspondent Jacob Downey talked with Ryan Boyles,  an event coordinator for Ignite Raleigh.  The second Ignite Raleigh event is will take place this Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Lincoln Theater.  Fifteen participants will be sharing their ideas about topics ranging from 20 Little-Known Facts about Sex & Pleasure to Mayberry Modernism or Why the Triangle is America’s Hotspot for Way Cool Houses.

And this week’s Wolfpacker of the Week, Jen Halweil, is a senior in communication and engineering, who talked to EOT about her entrepreneurial project for responsible banking as a part of an international competition called Citizen Act.

Tune in tonight at 7 p.m. to hear about these topics and more!