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How Repealing Net Neutrality Could Affect Schools' Internet Access

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Lilian Garcia braids Melody Vasquez's hair while Garcia's daughter Jaohnliz plays with her dog, Fanny, inside Liberata Iraldo, a middle school in Rio Grande, where they sought shelter after Hurricane Maria. José Jiménez-Tirado for NPR hide caption

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A Lyft driver places a company emblem on his dashboard Jan. 31, in San Francisco. Lyft announced it's offering education benefits, a move aimed at recruiting and retaining drivers in its competition with Uber. Kelly Sullivan/Getty Images for Lyft hide caption

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In Effort To Court Drivers, Lyft Offering Education Discounts

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Children stand at attention on the first day of school in Hong Kong in 2015. Education is increasingly becoming a political battleground. Philippe Lopez/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Worries Grow In Hong Kong As China Pushes Its Official Version Of History In Schools

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How The GOP Tax Bill Would Affect Community Colleges

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How The House And Senate Bills Affect Higher Ed

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Children in the mountain town of Orocovis returned to school two weeks ago after a two-month pause following Hurricane Maria. The school doesn't have electricity, so it lets out at 12:30 p.m. Ryan Caron King/WNPR hide caption

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What A Tax Overhaul Could Mean For Students And Schools

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School Voucher Programs Should Be Clear About Disability Rights, Report Says

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D.C. City Council Considers Keeping Suspended Students In School

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