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From Mozart To Mr. Rogers: Literacy, Music And The Brain

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Administrators at Phillips Exeter Academy prep school admit they mishandled a recent case of sexual assault, and say they will hire a new staff member to deal with future allegations. Jim Cole/AP hide caption

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When the school year ends, lower-income families can't afford the costs of summer — and kids fall behind in learning. LA Johnson/NPR hide caption

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Summer Isn't Always A Vacation For Families Who Can't Afford It

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Elie Wiesel speaks at Vermont's Middlebury College in 2002. The Holocaust survivor, Nobel laureate and author died July 2 at the age of 87. Jordan Silverman/Getty Images hide caption

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