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Ohio Case: The 'Rosa Parks Moment' For Education?

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Bunker Hill Community College in Boston started offering graveyard-shift courses on Sept. 2, 2009, to help accommodate an unprecedented boost in enrollment attributed to the struggling economy. Josh Reynolds/AP hide caption

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Howard University Rethinks Academic Legacy

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Howard University officials are looking to make adjustments to their educational offerings. Some students and faculty are unhappy about the proposed changes. Kevin Coles/Flickr hide caption

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An ROTC member opens an American flag on the field prior to the start of a college football game. President Obama asked in his State of the Union address for renewed partnership between ROTC recruiters and schools. Scott Halleran/Getty Images hide caption

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Are U.S. Schools Really Falling Behind China?

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'Ni Hao?' Sasha Obama Speaks Chinese To Hu Jintao

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