Should The NFL Police The N-Word?

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Will President's Initiative Be A 'Game-Changer' For Young Men Of Color?

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Mind The Gap (Year): A Break Before College Might Do Some Good

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Community Colleges Missing The Mark For Men Of Color

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Teachers Unions Mobilize To Delay The Common Core

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De'angelo Rollins got into a fight with a fellow student at their middle school in Bryan, Texas. He was sent to the principal's office — and, later, adult criminal court. Laura Isensee/KUHF hide caption

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Fed Up With Zero Tolerance In Schools, Advocates Push For Change

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Michelle Obama eats lunch with school children at Parklawn Elementary School in Alexandria, Va., in 2012. The first lady unveiled new guidelines Tuesday aimed at cracking down on the marketing of junk food to kids during the school day. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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View of central crossing of the central hub island, one of dozens of man-made islands envisioned by Rice University architecture students. The islands would serve as a floating city for oil workers off the coast of Brazil. Rice School of Architecture hide caption

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A College Project That Imagines A Floating City For Oil Workers

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Students walk past the Phi Kappa Theta fraternity house at San Diego State University after news that a student had died there on April 20, 2012. Sandy Huffaker/Getty Images hide caption

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The Business Of Frats: Shifting Liability For Trauma And Injury

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Students attend graduation ceremonies at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Two-thirds of college students now graduate with debt, owing an average amount of $24,000. Butch Dill/AP hide caption

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Duke: $60,000 A Year For College Is Actually A Discount

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Standardized tests are an important consideration for admissions at many colleges and universities. But one new study shows that high school performance, not standardized test scores, is a better predictor of how students do in college. Amriphoto/iStockphoto hide caption

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College Applicants Sweat The SATs. Perhaps They Shouldn't

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Survey: Students' Personal Data Are At Risk

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