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New Study Finds That 4.2 Million Kids Experience Homelessness Each Year

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Education Secretary Betsy DeVos (right) toured public schools in Puerto Rico this week with Puerto Rico Secretary of Education Dr. Julia Keleher (left) and Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló (second from left). Courtesy of the Puerto Rico Department of Eduaction 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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Is The F-Word Ever OK In The Classroom?

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