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The Call-In: Teaching And School Funding

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Teachers Walk Out In Colorado

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Meet The Man On A Quest To Upend 1 Corner Of The Student Loan Industry

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Teachers In Arizona And Colorado Walk Out To Protest Working Conditions

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The digital marquee outside Highland Arts Elementary School in Mesa, Ariz., seen at the start of class Wednesday, warns of the effects of the teacher walkout on Thursday. Matt York/AP hide caption

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NPR/Ipsos Poll: Most Americans Support Teachers' Right To Strike

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Robert Hartmann meets with his tutor, Sandy DeLuck, at the public library in Winterport, Maine. Hartmann reads at about a first-grade level. Melissa Block/NPR hide caption

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Casting Aside Shame And Stigma, Adults Tackle Struggles With Literacy

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Garret Morgan (center) is training as an ironworker near Seattle and already has a job that pays him $50,000 a year. Sy Bean/The Hechinger Report hide caption

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High-Paying Trade Jobs Sit Empty, While High School Grads Line Up For University

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On Tuesday, California State University, Fresno, announced that no disciplinary action would be taken against Randa Jarrar, pictured last year, over her controversial tweets about Barbara Bush. Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP hide caption

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Brian Bowen recently declared for the NBA draft, despite not having played a game in college due to eligibility problems. An NCAA commission is recommending the NBA allow talented high school players to be drafted. Bowen is seen here playing for La Lumiere School in January 2017. Gregory Payan/AP hide caption

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