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A new Florida state law allows parents, and any residents, to challenge the use of textbooks and instructional materials they find objectionable via an independent hearing. Gulfiya Mukhamatdinova/Getty Images hide caption

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New Florida Law Lets Residents Challenge School Textbooks

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Nationwide, Teachers Supplement School Supplies With Their Salaries

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Malala cuts a birthday cake in the shape of a book at a restaurant in Dohuk. The youngest Nobel laureate turned 20 on July 12 in Dohuk,€“ five years after she was shot in the head by a Taliban gunman in Pakistan. Jane Arraf/NPR hide caption

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For Malala, Now 20, Birthdays Are Best Spent With Girls Who Dream Big

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The Ongoing Battle Between Science Teachers And Fake News

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Pittsburgh Summer Camp Introduces Refugees To U.S. Culture

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'LA Times' Investigates The Double Life Of A Med School Dean

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Teachers With Student Debt: These Are Their Stories

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College Tuition Grows At Slowest Pace In Decades

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"Restorative justice" is gaining popularity as a way to handle campus sexual assault cases. The approach is a therapeutic intervention aimed at healing, rather than a trial to decide guilt and punishment. Stuart Kinlough/Ikon Images/Getty Images hide caption

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After Assault, Some Campuses Focus On Healing Over Punishment

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Meet The 5 New Inductees Of The National Teachers Hall Of Fame

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