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When School Vouchers Don't Offer Much Of A Choice

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Lessons From The Nation's Oldest Voucher Program

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Reed is honored at Jupiter Middle School of Technology's Honor Roll Breakfast in Jupiter, Fla. Reed was among about 80 students who received a special honor for getting straight A's. Zak Bennett for NPR hide caption

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For Families With Special Needs, Vouchers Bring Choices, Not Guarantees

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Indiana's School Choice Program Often Underserves Special Needs Students

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Hungarian Law Could Close Central European University Founded By George Soros

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Fidget spinners come in different colors from a lot of different companies, but the basic one has three prongs centered around a circle with barrings in the middle. Raquel Zaldivar/NPR hide caption

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Can't Pay Your Student Loans? The Government May Come After Your House

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In Tribute, Students Elect Dead Classmates Prom King And Queen

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Richard Spencer, a white nationalist who claims to have coined the term "alt-right," speaks at the Texas A&M University campus in Dec. 2016. The number of campus visits made by white nationalist leaders like Spencer looking to connect with students personally has increased. David J. Phillip/AP hide caption

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As White Supremacists Push Onto Campuses, Schools Wrestle With Response

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Teachers rallied at the Statehouse in Indianapolis in 2011 to protest Gov. Mitch Daniels' attempts to curb collective bargaining, implement merit pay and create a voucher system that would send taxpayer money to private schools. Darron Cummings/AP hide caption

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The Promise And Peril Of School Vouchers

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