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People visit a makeshift memorial outside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., where 17 students and faculty were killed in a mass shooting on Feb. 14.
A woman looks at 15 crosses posted on a hill above Columbine High School in Littleton, Colo. in remembrance of the 15 people who died during a shooting rampage at the school in 1999.
DCPS Chancellor Antwan Wilson has resigned amid ongoing graduation issues and after news emerged that he had improperly transferred his child from one highly desired school to another.
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When Dustin Gordon arrived at the University of Iowa, he found himself taking lecture classes with more people in them than his entire hometown of Sharpsburg, Iowa, population 89.
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While Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has in some ways made little progress on her signature issue — school choice — she spent much of her 12 months in office undoing work that she and many conservatives viewed as overreach by the Obama administration.
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