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In this April 30, 1974, file photo, Linda Brown, right, and her two children pose for a photo in their home in Topeka, Kan. Brown, the Kansas girl at the center of the 1954 U.S. Supreme Court ruling that struck down racial segregation in schools, died March 25 at age 75. AP hide caption

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Maria Rocha, a third-grade teacher at the KIPP Esperanza Dual Language Academy in San Antonio, came to the U.S. from Mexico when she was 3 years old. Katie Hayes Luke for NPR hide caption

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Nearly 9,000 DACA Teachers Face An Uncertain Future

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Sister Ann Kendrick (center) of the HOPE Community Center in Apopka, Fla., rallies with Hispanic immigration policy demonstrators from various groups in front of Orlando City Hall in 2012. Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel/MCT via Getty Images hide caption

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Sisters Darianne, 16, and Yerianne Roldán, 17, moved from Puerto Rico to Orlando with their family for school. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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'A New Reality': Students And Teachers From Puerto Rico Start Over In Florida

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Yara Ramos is a veteran teacher from Camuy, Puerto Rico. She arrived in Orlando with her four children, still ambivalent about her career. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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Interviews At The Airport: Teachers From Puerto Rico Find New Schools In Orlando

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Members of the audience listen as Education Secretary Betsy DeVos speaks during the White House Summit on Historically Black Colleges and Universities at the White House yesterday. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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Trump, And Most Black College Presidents, Absent From Annual Meeting

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Demonstrators on the campus of Metropolitan State University of Denver protest President Trump's decision to end the DACA program. Tatiana Flowers/AP hide caption

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Here's What 2 Big College Systems Think Of The End Of DACA

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Paul Miller shares a joke with his grandson, Max. They play poker together, but as a numbers guy, Miller is hard to beat. LA Johnson/NPR hide caption

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Paul Miller Loved Teaching Math So Much That He Did It For Nearly 80 Years

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Protesters hold signs and chant at a rally for DACA in Washington, D.C. LA Johnson/NPR hide caption

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Five Years In, What's Next For DACA?

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Inside the National Teachers Hall of Fame there are decades-old typewriters, ditto machines, toys, textbooks and curriculum guides. Courtesy of National Teachers Hall of Fame hide caption

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There's a National Teachers Hall of Fame? Who Knew?

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

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The team from Honduras at the FIRST Global Challenge in Washington, D.C. Liam James Doyle/NPR hide caption

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What Really Happened At That Robotics Competition You've Heard So Much About

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Sam Marsenison, 18, stands among classmates after accepting his high school diploma in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Zak Bennett for NPR hide caption

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How It All Turned Out: A Kindergarten Story, 13 Years Later

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