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Teacher Sarah Ross and students (from left to right) Ximena, age 4, Yareli, age 3, and Kendra, age 2 at the Indiana Migrant Preschool Center, a free preschool for migrant children ages 2 to 5. The school teaches students in English and Spanish with the goal of preparing migrant children for kindergarten, wherever it may be. Peter Balonon-Rosen/Indiana Public Broadcasting hide caption

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Schools Hustle To Reach Kids Who Move With The Harvest, Not The School Year

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Alice Callaghan watches as students practice their English at Las Familias Del Pueblos in Los Angeles. Morgan Walker for NPR hide caption

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After Nearly 2 Decades, Californians Revisit Ban On Bilingual Education

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National Science Test Scores Are Out, But What Do They Really Tell Us?

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What Are The Main Reasons Teachers Call It Quits?

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Texas May Be Denying Tens Of Thousands Of Children Special Education

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A new policy statement says kids as young as 15 months can learn from media when a caregiver is present and involved. TongRo Images Inc./Getty Images hide caption

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American Academy Of Pediatrics Lifts 'No Screens Under 2' Rule

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