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In Mexican Border Town, A Pop-Up School For Migrant Children

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Millions Of Young People Take To Streets To Combat Climate Change

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Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg (center) marches with other young climate activists last week outside the White House in Washington, D.C. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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A Rising Generation Asserts Itself On Climate Change

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Lecturer At The University Of Cambridge Makes Literary Dream Discovery

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Young Political Activists Caught Up In Russia's Criminal Justice System

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Colorado City Eyes Solution To Local News Desert: Libraries

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María Fernanda Papa, 16, wanted to continue the dance education she'd begun back home in Venezuela. She's now enrolled at a school run by Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida in North Miami Beach. Patricia Laine Romero/Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida hide caption

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The Next Stage: How Young Venezuelan Artists Continue Their Studies In The U.S.

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Colleges Could Do More To Help Student Parents Pay For Child Care, Watchdog Says

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How To Teach Future Doctors About Pain In The Midst Of The Opioid Crisis

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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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New Generation Of Mortuary Students Represent Industry Changes

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All the portraits hanging on the wall inside the Louis Bornstein Family Amphitheater at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston on June 12, 2018 were of men, nearly all white. The portraits have since been removed. Pat Greenhouse/Boston Globe via Getty Images hide caption

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Academic Science Rethinks All-Too-White 'Dude Walls' Of Honor

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Teaching To Protect The Hopi Language

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Propaganda spread by hate groups on social media is pervasive. Writer Joanna Schroeder hopes other parents will teach their young sons to recognize such hateful content. Loungepark/Getty Images hide caption

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How One Mom Talks To Her Sons About Hate On The Internet

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This Red Oak Tree Has Its Own Twitter And It Shares Insight About Climate Change

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Graduate Students Are Increasingly Shouldering The Country's Student Debt

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Texas To Require High School Graduates To Apply For College Financial Aid

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People light candles during a prayer and candle vigil organized by the city, after the recent shooting at a WalMart in El Paso, Texas. Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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From Pain To Purpose: 5 Ways To Cope In The Wake Of Trauma

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From Auto Mechanic To Doctor

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Luce (Kelvin Harrison Jr., center) is an athletic and popular star student in director Julius Onah's film, based on J.C. Lee's play. Jon Pack/NEON hide caption

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Is This Star Student A Saint Or A Sociopath?: 'Luce'

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Teachers carry placards as they walk a picket line outside South High School early Monday in Denver. A new lawsuit alleges students with disabilities will be harmed by the strike. David Zalubowski/AP hide caption

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