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Dyslexia: The Learning Disability That Must Not Be Named

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Is College Worth It? Recent Grads Share Their Experiences

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How Science Is Rewiring The Dyslexic Brain

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Millions Have Dyslexia, Few Understand It

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Chacoda, an Atlantic harbor seal at the New England Aquarium, is so good at vocalizing that he can mimic his teacher, Kathy Streeter, when she says, "How are you?" Gabrielle Emanuel/NPR hide caption

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How To Teach A Sea Lion Who's Fussy About Grammar

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Student Cierra Valentine (left) studies with friends and her son Jeremiah on the lawn at Wilson College in Chambersburg, Pa. Ryan Smith/Courtesy of Wilson College hide caption

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When The Students On Campus Have Kids Of Their Own

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Margaret Feldman helps students (from left) Al Nagib Conteh, 17, and Devin Butler, 18, as they work through their FAFSA applications. Conteh's father, Ahmed Conteh (back), is there to help his son through some of the harder questions. Mayra Linares/NPR hide caption

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Hey Students, Applying For College Aid Is Easier! (But Still Hard)

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Students of the segregated Hoover and 17th Street schools in Westminster, Calif., pose for a school photo. Gonzalo Mendez Jr., one of the Mendez kids, was in this class. Shereen Marisol Meraji /NPR hide caption

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Here's What Students Are Saying About The Election Results

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