Every Senior Applied To College At This Washington, D.C., High School

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Wisconsin Pushes University Free Speech Bill

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Kelly Blake, agricultural education teacher at Fleming School, learns how to protect herself from an attack with the help of local police officer Graham Dunne. Jenny Brundin/Colorado Public Radio hide caption

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These Teachers Are Learning Gun Skills To Protect Students, They Say

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In D.C., A Politics Camp For Girls

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Eighth graders Cristian Munoz (left) and Clifton Steward work on their Chromebooks during a language arts class at French Middle School in Topeka, Kan. Both students were eligible to bring the devices home this summer. Scott Ritter/Courtesy of French Middle School hide caption

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Sam Marsenison, 18, stands among classmates after accepting his high school diploma in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Zak Bennett for NPR hide caption

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How It All Turned Out: A Kindergarten Story, 13 Years Later

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A replica of Anne Frank's diary is displayed at the Indianapolis Children's Museum in Indianapolis. Michael Conroy/AP hide caption

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75 Years Later, Anne Frank's Diary Still Has Much To Teach

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Federal Officials Turn To Private Law Firms To Chase Student Loan Debtors

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Robots move racks of merchandise at an Amazon fulfillment center in Tracy, Calif. When a robot finds its storage unit, it glides underneath, lifts it up and then delivers it to a worker. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Online Retail Boom Means More Warehouse Workers, And Robots To Accompany Them

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Many of the challenges the teachers and administration work on with homeless children are social skills techniques for managing stress, anxiety and feelings. Here, students in Shelly Fryer's class take time for play. Katie Hayes Luke for NPR hide caption

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Students in Tijuana walk toward the U.S. border early in the morning on May 2. Teachers in San Diego estimate that about 1,000 students cross from Tijuana into San Diego every day to go to school. Jonathan Levinson for NPR hide caption

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For Some Students, Getting An Education Means Crossing The Border

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It's clear the Wilbers take real pride in the quality — and sustainability — of their wild catch. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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In This Alaska Family, Life Lessons Are Passed Down On The Water

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Yale graduate student instructors (from left) Kelly Goodman, Robin Canavan and Gwen Prowse block an intersection in downtown New Haven, Conn., on May 11, to protest what they say is the university's inaction on sexual harassment. Local 33-Unite Here hide caption

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At Yale, Protests Mark A Fight To Recognize Union For Grad Students

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