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Refugees Claire Mukundente and Edward Murinzi share the lessons they've learned since coming to the U.S. LA Johnson/NPR hide caption

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Living In America 101: When Refugees Arrive, What Do They Need To Learn?

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What The People Who Read Your College Application Really Think

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Screen Time Reality Check — For Kids And Parents

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Navajo students at Crystal Boarding School in New Mexico sing traditional songs in class. Carrie Jung/KJZZ hide caption

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Native American Education: What Will It Take To Fix The 'Epitome Of Broken'?

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The content of monthly book boxes varies, but most come with a book or sometimes even a few, plus book-specific or reading related extras. Mayra Linares/NPR hide caption

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The Classroom Where Fake News Fails

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Students: Colleges Are Tracking You Online. It Can Help You Graduate

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Alabama Admits Its High School Graduation Rate Was Inflated

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A welcome sign at the city limit of Gardendale, Ala. The city is trying to break away from the larger Jefferson County School System to form its own system. Mark Almond/WBHM hide caption

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This Mostly White City Wants To Leave Its Mostly Black School District

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Colin Ozeki, a high school student with autism, is on track to graduate this year from Millennium Brooklyn High School with an advanced diploma. Amy Pearl/WNYC hide caption

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Getting Students With Autism Through High School, To College And Beyond

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Advice From Parents On Screen Time And The Digital World

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