Scholar Initiative Supports College-Bound Former Prisoners

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Activists Fear Reversal Of Strict Rules On Campus Sexual Assault

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A case before the Supreme Court questions what public schools' responsibilities are to students with disabilities. Zach Gibson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Supreme Court Considers How Schools Support Students With Disabilities

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Betsy DeVos, picked by President-elect Donald Trump for education secretary, speaks during the USA Thank You Tour last month in Grand Rapids, Mich. Don Emmert/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Education Secretary John B. King Jr. at NPR headquarters in Washington. King has worked to protect kids, especially those who have been traditionally marginalized — children of color, English language learners, students with disabilities and those living in poverty. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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How English Came To Be The Dominant Language In Science Publications

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Using Social Media, Students Aspire To Become 'Influencers'

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Michelle Obama delivers her final remarks as first lady during a Jan. 6 ceremony at the White House honoring the 2017 School Counselor of the Year. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Michelle Obama's Emotional Farewell: 'The Power Of Hope' Has 'Allowed Us To Rise'

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Natalie Arroyo is a senior "Aggie," one of 600 New York City public school students enrolled in a specialized, four-year agriculture program at John Bowne High School in Queens. She plans to become an agriculture educator after college. Lela Nargi for NPR hide caption

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