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Are NOLA Schools Failing Students With Disabilities?

In New Orleans, 9 in 10 children attend charter schools. But parents and activists say the city's nearly all-charter system is failing many children with disabilities.

Cinco canciones populares argentinas (5 Popular Argentinian Songs), for voice and piano, Op. 10 [Triste] Kim Kashkashian and Robert Levin
Siete canciones populares española (7 Popular Spanish Songs), for voice & piano, G. 40 [Nana]
Cadenza on the Night Plain: Cadenza: Cello The Kronos Quartet
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Mike Myers is the roving village public safety officer serving southwest Alaska villages including Manokotak. Like many officers in rural Alaska, Myers doesn't carry a gun and often doesn't need one. Martin Kaste/NPR hide caption

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Officer's Death Raises Safety Concerns For Alaska's Unarmed Law Enforcement

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Distant Street Lights Codes in the Clouds
Look Back, Look Up Codes in the Clouds
Trylon Yaron Herman Trio
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Sunni tribesmen train on the outskirts of Ramadi, Iraq, on Nov. 16. Legislation authorizing a force of Sunni fighters drawn from Anbar province itself — modeled on the U.S. National Guard — has yet to be passed. Ali al-Mashhadani/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Despite A Massacre By ISIS, An Iraqi Tribe Vows To Fight Back

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Compassion Rahim Alhaj
Oak Rahim Alhaj

Neil Gaiman, left, and Ursula K. Le Guin attend the 2014 National Book Awards, where Le Guin was recognized, on Wednesday in New York City. Robin Marchant/Getty Images hide caption

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'Redeployment,' 'Age Of Ambition' Win National Book Awards

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Flow Bram Weijters
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Freezing Bram Weijters
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You're Gonna Tempt Me Chris Dundas/Arild Andersen/Bendik Hofseth/Patrice Heral
Great Pacific Garbage Patch Waltz Chris Dundas/Arild Andersen/Bendik Hofseth/Patrice Heral
A Go Go John Scofield
The Last Broken Heart (Prop 8) Christian Scott
The Eraser Christian Scott

Olmo Maldonado (center) returned to his hometown of McAllen, Texas, despite the low employment rate for millennials. Hansi Lo Wang/NPR hide caption

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Despite Low Employment, Millennials Hold Key To Reviving South Texas

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Here Comes the Meter Man The Meters
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Going Out (Rest In Beats) St. Mic
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