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May 10, 1990 | TRACY SHRYER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Live, from the bottom of Lake Ontario, it's . . . Jason and the sunken 19th-Century schooners. It's not MTV or even a cartoon, but this "Jason" show has had tens of thousands of select schoolchildren glued to the tube for more than a week and their teachers don't seem to mind a bit.
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May 10, 1990 | TRACY SHRYER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Live, from the bottom of Lake Ontario, it's . . . Jason and the sunken 19th-Century schooners. It's not MTV or even a cartoon, but this "Jason" show has had tens of thousands of select schoolchildren glued to the tube for more than a week and their teachers don't seem to mind a bit.
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February 6, 2003 | Jenifer Ragland, Times Staff Writer
There is no telephone system on Anacapa Island. The nearest electrical line is 12 miles away. But on this remote landscape, a rocky plateau encircled by the aquamarine sea, middle school students are giving science lessons, in real time, to more than 1 million of their peers around the world. The Jason Project, a multimedia science education program founded by Robert D.
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