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Thinking About Returning To College? A Guide For Taking The Leap

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'You Need To Act Now': Meet 4 Girls Working To Save The Warming World

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Elizabeth Warren says if elected president, she would use a little-known provision that allows the U.S. education secretary to erase student loan debt without going to Congress. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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Canceling Student Debt Is Easier Than It Sounds

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Laugh, Cry And Gasp Along With The Best Viral Classroom Moments of 2019

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In this March 2018 photo, protesters fill Pennsylvania Avenue during the March for Our Lives rally in support of gun control. The student-led demonstration was one of the motivations for a new Fairfax Schools policy giving students one day off per year for protests. Jose Luis Magana/AP hide caption

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The new Trump administration rule makes it harder for states to waive the requirement that adults work at least 20 hours a week in order to receive their Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program — or SNAP — benefits. Some low-income college students could be affected. Danny Moloshok/AP hide caption

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Graduate students marched on Kerr Hall, where the administration offices reside, to deliver their demands to the chancellor on Nov. 7. Watching in the foreground, with their backs to the camera, are Chancellor Cynthia Larive and Executive Vice Chancellor Lori Kletzer. Courtesy of University of California, Santa Cruz graduate students hide caption

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