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Op-Ed: Rage Simmering Among American Teachers

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Scrollworks offers music lessons and instruments for children, free of charge. Patrick Barry /State of the Re:Union hide caption

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Rhee talks to a student at a school in Washington, D.C. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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The PS22 Chorus Goes To The Oscars

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The Fisk University Jubilee Quartet in 1909, from left: Alfred G. King (first bass), James A. Myers (second tenor), Noah W. Ryder (second bass) and John W. Work II (first tenor). Courtesy of Doug Seroff hide caption

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Republican Gov. Scott Walker speaks at a news conference inside the Wisconsin State Capitol on Monday. Eric Thayer/Getty Images hide caption

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While the legislative process stalls, politics by other means continues in the streets and in the Capitol's hallways. Mira Oberman/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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