Going Back to School in Baghdad

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Today is the first day of the new school year in Baghdad. As Iraqis struggle to provide basic supplies and security at schools, some focus on redefining the role of education in an Iraq no longer dominated by a centralized, authoritarian regime. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports.

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