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Where's The Color In Kids' Lit? Ask The Girl With 1,000 Books (And Counting)

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Why Science Teachers Are Struggling With Climate Change

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Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders speaks during a town hall at the University of South Carolina. Sanders promotes the idea of free college education for all. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Fact-Check: Bernie Sanders Promises Free College. Will It Work?

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Students get fitted for violins at Downer Elementary School in San Pablo, Calif. The school offers a free music program called Sound Minds. Talia Herman for NPR hide caption

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A Symphony's Big Challenge: Lift A Tough School Through Music

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Zariah Garner, age 9 of Flint, rests on a stack of water as National Guard members and civilians carry cases to vehicles. Brett Carlsen/Getty Images hide caption

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