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A 'Ragged School' Gives U.K. Children A Taste Of Dickensian Destitution

The East End of London was once synonymous with Dickensian squalor. Now it's prime real estate. A tiny museum in the back streets shows schoolchildren what life was like in the past.

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An Afghan Military Interpreter Finds Footing In The U.S. Gig Economy

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A 'Ragged School' Gives U.K. Children A Taste Of Dickensian Destitution

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Teachers Sarah Lindenberg and Kara Cisco chat with Kelly Brown, the BARR coordinator at St. Louis Park. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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How More Meetings Might Be The Secret To Fixing High School

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Kacey Musgraves On Trusting Emotion At The 'Golden Hour' Of Her Life

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