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Illinois School Looks to Tech Tools to Teach

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Mass. Weighs Legislation on Twins in Classrooms

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Kansas School District Provides Free Laptops

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Obama, Clinton Campaign in Early Primary States

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Calif. Teachers May Get Racial Sensitivity Training

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Inclusion the Latest Trend in Educating Disabled

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