The broken-down Cobleigh Public Library bookmobile sits idle at a storage facility in Lyndonville, Vt. Supporters are raising money to put it back on the road. Herb Swanson hide caption

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The Final Chapter For A Trusty Bookmobile?
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Alyssa Rodemeyer, 16, talks about her younger brother Jamey at an anti-bullying rally in San Francisco. Jamey committed suicide in September 2011 after being bullied. More schools are looking for ways to combat bullying among students. Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP hide caption

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In Bullying Programs, A Call For Bystanders To Act
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A Teacher's Ultimatum Drives Student's Success
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Daniel Furbish works with a student during his class in Nashville, Tenn. Students learn to build bikes from donated parts. Kim Green/For NPR hide caption

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A Lesson In Sprockets Takes Students On A Trip
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Michael M. Krop Senior High School students chant during a rally demanding justice for Trayvon Martin, on Friday. Alan Diaz/AP hide caption

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Fla. Students 'Making A Stand' For Slain Classmate
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Alums Sue Law School After Failing To Find Work
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Alan Alda Asks Scientists "What Is A Flame?"
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How Should We Test Students' College Educations?
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Vanderbilt administrators and faculty field questions at a January 2012 town hall meeting on the school's controversial "all comers" rule. Many campus religious groups say aspects of the policy are discriminatory. Kevin Barnett/InsideVandy hide caption

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Vanderbilt Rule Rankles Faith-Based Student Groups
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In an undated photo, members of the Siletz tribe gather for the Siletz Feather Dance in Newport, Ore. The tribe is using digital tools to help preserve its native language. Courtesy of the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians hide caption

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Digital Technologies Give Dying Languages New Life
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Years Later, He Brought Her Passport Back
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Students at Gardena High School in Gardena, Calif., lined up for a security check before school in January 2011. Nick Ut/AP hide caption

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Cross Your Fingers, Med Students: Match Day Is Here
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Film Aimed At Getting Bystanders To 'Speak Up'
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Road Rage: As documented in Bully, the school bus is a prime venue for students who target other students for verbal and physical abuse. Weinstein Co. hide caption

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New Film Takes An Intimate Look At School Bullying
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