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Coursera founders Andrew Ng and Daphne Koller are computer science professors at Stanford University. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption

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First-grade teacher Euginia Miller reads to her class at Avondale Elementary School in Birmingham, Ala. In this crucible of the civil rights movement, the city's schools are being reintegrated, as a handful of middle-class parents ignore the school district's poor reputation and enroll their kids in the city's public schools. Dan Carsen/WBHM hide caption

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New Wave Of School Integration In Birmingham, Ala.

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Nona Alberts (Viola Davis) and Jamie Fitzpatrick (Maggie Gyllenhaal) share a triumphant moment with Nona's son Cody (Dante Brown) and Jamie's daughter Malia (Emily Alyn Lind). Kerry Hayes/20th Century Fox hide caption

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Nov. 18, 2011: Occupy protesters get sprayed at University of California Davis. Thomas K. Fowler/AP hide caption

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