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When A 4-Day School Week Might Cost More Than It Saves

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Attending a new charter school, Jann Peña has had to get used to wearing a uniform daily and being in class an hour and a half later each afternoon. Here, he watches classmates during a group project. Julienne Schaer/The Hechinger Report hide caption

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In 2008, President George W. Bush addressed his No Child Left Behind act. Congress now appears ready to overhaul the law, which is the nation's most important federal education act. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Goodbye, No Child Left Behind

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U.S. Colleges See A Big Bump In International Students

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Hey, New Teacher, Don't Quit. It Will Get Better

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