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Lessons From The Nation's Oldest Voucher Program

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The Promise And Peril Of School Vouchers

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DeVos Commencement Speech Draws Protests

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The Idea Was To Keep Kids Safe After School. Now They're Chess Champions

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Actress Katherine Langford (left), who plays Hannah, a high school student who kills herself after enduring much bullying, and actress Alisha Boe (Jessica) sit in the counselor's office on 13 Reasons Why. Beth Dubber/Netflix hide caption

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Elite Prep Schools Experiment With 'All-Gender' Dorms

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Under Trump Budget, Nearly 2 Million Kids May Lose After-School Care

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This Islamic School Helps Students Build Their American And Muslim Identity

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Schools Will Soon Have To Put In Writing If They 'Lunch Shame'

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