Education We've been to school. We know how education works. Right? In fact, many aspects of learning — in homes, at schools, at work and elsewhere — are evolving rapidly, along with our understanding of learning. Join us as we explore how learning happens.

With financial aid declining, many college students can't afford to eat, studies show, even though about 40 percent are also working. Nearly 1 in 4 college students are parents, which can add to their financial stress. franckreporter/Getty Images hide caption

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New Documents Released As Part Of Discrimination Lawsuit Against Harvard

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Students in India have begun to engage in creative activities as a part of newly launched program by the Delhi government to shift emphasis onto mental health well-being. Courtesy of Bhaskar Sharma hide caption

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To Focus On Students' Emotional Well-Being, India Tries 'Happiness Classes'

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Former Student On USC Doctor Abuse Allegations

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Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is proposing new rules to the Borrower Defense program. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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DeVos To Make It Tougher For Defrauded Students To Seek Debt Relief

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James Kirchick: Who Benefits From Unrestricted Free Speech?

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Worker Esperanza Yanez gives a cow a full physical. She says she's learned to spot a sick cow just by looking at it. Esther Honig/Harvest Public Media hide caption

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Students Argue Literacy Is A Right In Lawsuit

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Trying To Get Your First Job? There's A Class For That

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Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos issued new guidance last fall on how campuses should handle accusations of sexual assault. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Trump Administration Defends Campus Sexual Assault Rules

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