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Why Foster Care Students In Seattle Are Beating The Odds

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Four-year-old Leo Griffin leaves a Chicago protest against the alt-right movement held to remember the victims of violence at a rally in Charlottesville, Va. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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The Biggest Education Stories Of 2017 And 2018

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Why School Field Trips Are Causing Controversy In Denmark

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McNally Smith College of Music is closing at the end of its current semester, in a move that was announced via email. McNally Smith College / Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Why Teens Find The End Of The World So Appealing

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