Police Arrest Tennessee Elementary School Students Over Off-Campus Fight
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Yale Defies Student Calls For 'Calhoun' Name Change
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What To Do When You're Stuck On A College Waitlist
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When A Resume Of Failures Becomes A Recipe For Success
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Brigham Young Students Claim University Punished Rape Victims For Reporting
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The Millers sit in the living room of their home in a Philadelphia suburb. They are part of an ongoing lawsuit, which argues that Pennsylvania has neglected its constitutional responsibility to provide all children a "thorough and efficient" education. Emily Cohen for NPR hide caption

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Struggling School Districts Find Little Help In Pennsylvania
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As Law School Applicant Pool Shrinks, Student Bodies Diversify
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A social studies class at Campton Elementary School in Wolfe County, Ky. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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Kentucky's Unprecedented Success In School Funding Is On The Line
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Karen English has taught in the Revere, Mass., schools for 36 years. Kirk Carapezza/WGBH hide caption

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How Massachusetts Became The Best State In Education
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Inside Livingston Junior High School in Sumter County, Ala. The state does not send extra dollars to districts that serve low-income kids. Dan Carsen/WBHM hide caption

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'Why Can't Our Kids Go To School Together?' Asks Board Member In Alabama
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Maurice Ashley, a chess grandmaster and the first African-American to hold that title, talks with his son, Jayden. Carolyn Cole/LA Times/Getty Images hide caption

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(The Latest) Corruption Charges In Detroit's Struggling Schools
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Pablo Ramirez, left, with his family in Los Angeles. Since moving to San Francisco for college, Pablo has become less tolerant when he notices racial slights directed against his family. Adrian Florido/NPR hide caption

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Racial Awakening, Pride And Fear: One Latino Perspective On 'The Obama Effect'
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Tiffany Anderson (right), superintendent of the Jennings School District in north St. Louis County, Mo., performs crosswalk duty every morning to save the district money. Tim Lloyd/St. Louis Public Radio hide caption

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Why Did The Superintendent Cross The Road? To Save Money For Her Schools
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