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This School District Asked Real Estate Agents To Help Rekindle Its Reputation

Real estate agents, knowingly or not, can sway families' opinions on schools. So, school officials in Pasadena, Calif., decided to ask agents to help build a better district image.

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In Lebanon, Syrian Refugees Met With Harassment And Hostility

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