Education We've been to school. We know how education works. Right? In fact, many aspects of learning — in homes, at schools, at work and elsewhere — are evolving rapidly, along with our understanding of learning. Join us as we explore how learning happens.

Rowers paddle down the Charles River near Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass., on March 7, 2017. Charles Krupa/AP hide caption

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Does Harvard Treat Asian-American Applicants Unfairly? The Case Goes To Trial

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Can Schools Use Federal Funds To Arm Teachers?

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A drawing by the same child whose home in Raqqa was destroyed by ISIS depicts the family's rebuilt house. Greg Dixon/NPR hide caption

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In Syria, A School Helps Children Traumatized By War

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Saleem Abbas, a 17-year-old from northern Pakistan, sits front and center in his Chinese language class taught by Nayyar Nawaz at Pakistan's National University of Modern Languages. Saiyna Bashir for NPR hide caption

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In Pakistan, Learning Chinese Is Cool — And Seen As A Path To Prosperity

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Juan Pablo Romero (right), founder and director of Los Patojos, talks with current student Christopher Alvarado, who participates in the construction and maintenance of the new campus during the mornings in Jocotenango, Guatemala. James Rodriguez for NPR hide caption

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Seeds Of Maya Genius Grow In A New Kind Of School

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