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Practice Makes Possible: What We Learn By Studying Amazing Kids

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MacArthur 'Genius' Angela Duckworth Responds To A New Critique Of Grit

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Forget The LSAT. This Law School Will Accept Your GRE Scores

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President Obama jokes with his daughter Malia as they walk to board Air Force One from the Marine One helicopter, leaving Chicago en route to Los Angeles. The White House announced Sunday that Malia will take a year off after high school and attend Harvard University in 2017. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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A Nobel Laureate's Education Plea: Revolutionize Teaching

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Graduate workers rally in 2014 at Columbia University for the ability to unionize. Tiffany Yee-Vo/Graduate Workers of Columbia-UAW hide caption

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Are Grad Students Employees? Labor Board To Again Weigh In

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Students chat, nap and take notes in this 14th century lecture by Henricus de Alemania, painted by Laurentius de Voltolina. Laurentius de Voltolina/Wikimedia Commons hide caption

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Shane Satterfield, a roofer who owes more than $30,000 in debt for an associate's degree in computer science from one of the country's largest for-profit college companies that failed in 2014, holds his diploma in Atlanta. "I graduated in April at the top of my class, with honors," says Satterfield. "And I can't get a job paying over $8.50 an hour." David Goldman/AP hide caption

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A Path 'To Debt Relief' For Defrauded Corinthian Students

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Students listen as President Obama speaks at Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) in Brooklyn in 2013. Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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Turmoil Behind The Scenes At A Nationally Lauded High School

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Katie Plas, a junior petroleum engineering major at Marietta College, studies before class. Maddie McGarvey for NPR hide caption

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How Low Oil Prices Are Changing Career Plans At An Ohio College

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