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Lilian Garcia braids Melody Vasquez's hair while Garcia's daughter Jaohnliz plays with her dog, Fanny, inside Liberata Iraldo, a middle school in Rio Grande, where they sought shelter after Hurricane Maria. José Jiménez-Tirado for NPR hide caption

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If A School Becomes A Shelter In Puerto Rico, Where Do Students Learn?

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School Voucher Programs Should Be Clear About Disability Rights, Report Says

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Ballou High School, in Washington, D.C.'s Southeast quadrant, is located in one of the city's poorest neighborhoods and has struggled academically for years. An investigation by WAMU and NPR has found that the school's administration graduated dozens of students despite high rates of unexcused absences. Tyrone Turner/WAMU hide caption

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What Really Happened At The School Where Every Graduate Got Into College

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Yerianne Roldán and Zuleyka Avila are both seniors at Colonial High School in Orlando, scrambling to readjust their plans for college. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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For Many Puerto Ricans, College Plans Washed Away With Hurricane Maria

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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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Two Years After A Violent Altercation At A S.C. High School, Has Anything Changed?

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When The Focus Is On The Student, Not The Class

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