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Ask an MIT professor your questions about climate change science, policy, and technology. We know you get it: climate change is happening and is impacting Americans now. But we also know you have questions -- and want a straight-forward answer, without the technical details, rhetoric, or hype. Join us for a jargon-free explainer on climate change science with our guest expert, MIT's Prof. Noelle Selin. We'll answer questions like:How bad is climate change, really?What's in store for the future? What…

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Ask MA's Director of Remote Learning about PreK-12 remote education and issues of equity during COVID. Register   About this Event Remote learning has initiated difficult and important conversations about access, opportunity and existing inequities within the Massachusetts education system. And you probably have questions about how the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) is rising to the challenge at this crucial moment. Join us for an intimate conversation with our guest expert Jackie Gantzer to discuss how Massachusetts…

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The Electric Grid: Now + In the Future

April 27 @ 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Ask our MIT expert your questions about where electricity comes from, what we've learned from the Texas outage + how U.S.energy is changing.Are you kinda curious about the electric grid? If so, this introductory event is for you. In two hours, you’ll get all your questions answered about where our electricity comes from, what we learned from the Texas power grid outage, and how things are changing to deal with affordability, pollution and climate change. Join our virtual Q&A with…

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Who Decides Your Political Opinion?

May 26 @ 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Ask our expert your basic questions about the psychology behind our political opinions -- and why it matters in today's democracy. How did you become liberal/conservative? What primarily influences what you think about social issues? How can we think critically and be well-informed as voters -- or do we really need to be? What shortcuts do we take (or should we avoid) when we make political decisions? How is this way of doing things affecting democracy? Join Civic Series in…

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