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The college admissions and bribery scandal revealed that some were taking advantage of a system meant to help students with disabilities. Ryan Johnson for NPR hide caption

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Why The College Admissions Scandal Hurts Students With Disabilities

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This Mentoring Program Is Taking A Different Approach To Help Students With Reading

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Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and Sen. Ted Cruz announced their proposal for Education Freedom Scholarships on Thursday. The scholarships would allow students to attend private schools or take part in apprenticeships, among other things. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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A man walks amid rubble in the Syrian town of Douma in April 2018. A report out Sunday confirmed that a chemical attack early that month was one of hundreds since the start of the Syrian civil war. Hassan Ammar/AP hide caption

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A demonstrator outside Hollenbeck Middle School in Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, flashes a friendly smile to passersby. Roxanne Turpen for NPR hide caption

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Under Rainy Skies, Los Angeles Teachers Take To The Picket Lines

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