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Olympia Della Flora: Can Small Classroom Tweaks Help Kids Better Cope With Emotions?

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Liz Kleinrock: How Can We Broach Hard Conversations In The Classroom?

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Thomas Curran: How Can We Teach Kids To Accept Imperfection?

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Jacqueline Woodson: What Is The Hidden Power Of Slow Reading?

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New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced a plan on Wednesday to provide free tuition in all of the state's 29 public colleges and universities. The proposal still needs the approval of the state legislature. Susan Montoya Bryan/AP hide caption

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From 1st Phones To Online Porn: Answers To Your Screen Time Questions

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Richard Stallman, pictured in 2015, resigned from his posts as president of the Free Software Foundation and visiting scientist at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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MuralNet CEO Mariel Triggs installs broadband equipment on the Havasupai reservation. Tribal members Travis Hamibreek and Ophelia Watahomigie-Corliss can see the Wi-Fi signal on their phones. Laurel Morales/KJZZ hide caption

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Most Isolated Tribe In Continental U.S. Gets Broadband

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Actress Felicity Huffman and her husband, actor William H. Macy, arrive for her sentencing hearing Friday at the John Joseph Moakley United States Courthouse in Boston. Nic Antaya/The Boston Globe via Getty Images hide caption

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Finding Meaning At Work: How We Shape And Think About Our Jobs

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To Prevent School Shootings, Districts Are Surveilling Students' Online Lives

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Colleges Could Do More To Help Student Parents Pay For Child Care, Watchdog Says

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Alex Lafargue takes his son, 9-year-old Alongkorn, to his new school. Alongkorn's former charter school was closed for having low test scores. Emily Kask for NPR hide caption

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Closing A Failing School Is Normal, But Not Easy, In Charters-Only New Orleans

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