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Teaching High School Students About Sexual Assault Through Literature

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A High Schooler Reacts To Kavanaugh And Ford Hearings

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At Shiru Cafe in Providence, R.I., students "pay" for coffee, but not with money. Chaiel Schaffel /Rhode Island Public Radio hide caption

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Del. Ariana Kelly stands outside the Maryland House of Delegates in Annapolis, Md. She introduced a new state law to require that consent be taught in sex ed classes. Brian Witte/AP hide caption

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Should We Teach About Consent In K-12? Brett Kavanaugh's Home State Says Yes

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5 Things To Encourage Brain Development In Your Little One

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Can Schools Use Federal Funds To Arm Teachers?

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The U.S. Department of Education unveiled the My Student Aid app to help make the 2019-'20 FAFSA application process easier. Cameron Pollack/NPR hide caption

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Need Help Paying For College? There's An App For That

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The Colorado School of Mines has started the world's first Space Resources degree program. Professor Angel Abbud-Madrid conducts an online class from his offices in Golden, Colo. Dan Boyce for NPR hide caption

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Space Mining — Learning How To Fuel An Interplanetary Gas Station

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Krista Holland (right) and Regina Wooten, another Wilmington principal, pose with toys Holland brought to a Chapel Hill shelter. Lisa Philip/WUNC hide caption

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When Florence Hit Her School Community, This Principal Stepped Up

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Students Whose Families Are In The Grips Of The Opioid Epidemic Get Help At School

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Private D.C. School Talks To Students About Healthy Relationships

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Loan Forgiveness Denial; Puerto Rico Schools After Maria; DeVos Calls For Free-Speech

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Data Shows 99% Of Applicants For A Student Loan Forgiveness Program Were Denied

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