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Robert Cameron will serve as the next student loan ombudsman at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, headquartered in Washington, D.C. Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Elizabeth Warren Slams Student Loan Watchdog Appointment As 'Outrageous'

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What If You Could Change Your Child's Future In One Hour Every Week?

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Nearly 60,000 public school students in El Paso, Texas, begin school on Monday. Mallory Falk/KERA hide caption

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'This Is Not Going To Be Easy': El Paso Students Start School In Shooting's Aftermath

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People cycle past a building at Peking University in Beijing in 2016. The university hosts Yenching Academy, a prestigious graduate studies program. Thomas Peter/Reuters hide caption

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American Graduates Of China's Yenching Academy Are Being Questioned By The FBI

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Students perform in The Little Mermaid, the sixth-most popular musical in the 2016-2017 school year. R. Bruhn /Courtesy of Educational Theatre Association hide caption

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The Most Popular High School Plays And Musicals

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NPR sent photographers to locations across the country to document the stark differences between school districts right next to each other. This is what they saw. Preston Gannaway/Talia Herman/Alex Matzke/Elissa Nadworny/Jesse Neider/Photo collage by LA Johnson/NPR hide caption

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This Supreme Court Case Made School District Lines A Tool For Segregation

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Wyoming Valley West High School in Plymouth, Pa. Officials with the school district are not responding to several offers to settle debt students accrued from not paying for cafeteria meals. Courtesy of Luzerne County hide caption

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Offers Pour In To Cover Pa. Students' Meal Debt, But School Officials Not Interested

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The courthouse in Luzerne County, Pa., where officials this month sent letters to parents who had unpaid cafeteria debt, threatening to take parents to court if the obligations were not settled. John Greim/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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Don't Have Lunch Money? A Pennsylvania School District Threatens Foster Care

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Beyond 'Good' Vs. 'Bad' Touch: 4 Lessons To Help Prevent Child Sexual Abuse

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'I'm Drowning': Those Hit Hardest By Student Loan Debt Never Finished College

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