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English Learners Were Hurt The Most When Texas Limited Special Education

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13 Reasons Why Not: Michigan Teens Talk Honestly About Suicide

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College Access Index Shows Shrinking Levels Of Economic Diversity

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Nicole Boykins is principal at Crocker College Prep in New Orleans. The pre-K through eighth grade school is one of five schools in a program to better serve children who've been exposed to trauma. Clarence Williams/WWNO hide caption

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When Schools Meet Trauma With Understanding, Not Discipline

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Pankaj Rayamaji speaks through his trusted walkie-talkie to a teacher inside. Rayamaji is the director of logistics and operations at Columbia Heights Education Campus in Washington, D.C. LA Johnson/NPR hide caption

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Hall Passes, Buses, Lunch Duty: What If The Principal Could Focus On Achievement?

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Free Speech Advocate On The State Of College Campuses

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Stefani McCoy, seated in the center of the front row, was a high school dropout. After going back to school and completing her college degree, she joined the Peace Corps and went to Namibia to help fellow dropouts. Courtesy of Stefani McCoy hide caption

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Hillary Clinton returns Friday to the commencement stage at Wellesley College, where, in 1969, she was the first student to speak to a graduating class. Darren McCollester/Getty Images hide caption

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Local Haines politics has gotten pretty intense lately. A group of Haines residents is trying to recall half of the borough assembly. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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What It's Like To Live In A Small, Rural, Politically Divided Town

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