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Italy Takes Aim At Fake News With New Curriculum For High School Students

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Harvard At 200: Justices Look Back On Their Law School Days — And Beyond

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Alexa, Are You Safe For My Kids?

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Is The F-Word Ever OK In The Classroom?

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'Hidden No More': Encouraging Girls To Pursue STEM

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The Astronomers Monument in Griffith Observatory, Griffith Park, Los Angeles, Calif. shows Johannes Kepler in the center flanked by Isaac Newton, on the left and Galileo Galilei on the right. LeoRossi/Getty Images/iStockphoto hide caption

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Episode 2: 'They Can't Just Be Average'

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

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