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'Fearless' Oberlin Ad Campaign Draws Skeptics
Student Loan Crunch May Have Lasting Impact
Bush Backs Legislation to Safeguard Student Loans
School District Awaits Children of Polygamist Sect
Students Compete in Poetry Recitation Contest
Will Calif. Schools Survive Budget Cuts?
Bill Lets Fla. Schools Teach Evolution Alternatives
Nebraska Class Had Predicted Genocide in Rwanda
Antioch College May Shut its Books Forever
Text-Message Shorthand Invades Schoolwork
Belgian Students Retrace Teen Shooter's Steps
W.Va. Teacher Keeps Politics out of Science Class
Shakira Lobbies Congress on Education for Poor
'Wings of Defeat': Kamikaze Stories, Told in Person
Ga. Program Pays Low-Income Students to Study