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California Lawmakers Consider Abortion Pills On Campus

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Tension Over Shooting Sports In Schools

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New Generation Of Mortuary Students Represent Industry Changes

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David Coleman, CEO of the College Board, which administers the SAT, announced on Tuesday that the company's "adversity score" was being abandoned and replaced by a new tool that provides information about a student's socioeconomic background. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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College Board Drops Its 'Adversity Score' For Each Student After Backlash

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The Scientific Debate Over Teens, Screens And Mental Health

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Privacy Experts Say The Trade-Offs Of Tech To Track Kids In School Aren't Worth It

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Robert Cameron will serve as the next student loan ombudsman at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, headquartered in Washington, D.C. Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Elizabeth Warren Slams Student Loan Watchdog Appointment As 'Outrageous'

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What If You Could Change Your Child's Future In One Hour Every Week?

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Howard University Receives Donation From NBA Star To Start Golf Team

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Robert Cameron, New CFPB Student Loan Watchdog, Is A Former Industry Executive

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New Research Casts Doubt On Connection Between Smartphone Use And Teen Mental Health

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