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Houston School Superintendent Says A Lot Of Work Ahead To Open Schools

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What You Should Know About The New Summer SAT

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Alex Williams (right) trains younger cadets to sky-dive. Williams started at the Air Force Academy at what he calls "the young but old age of 20" after serving in an Air Force honor guard for two years. Tom Kimmell/Courtesy of The Hechinger Report hide caption

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An Air Force Cadet At 25: A Sign Of The Times In Higher Education

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Federal Judge Finds Racism Behind Arizona Law Banning Ethnic Studies

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Paul Miller Loved Teaching Math So Much That He Did It For Nearly 80 Years

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Do Laptops Help Learning? A Look At The Only Statewide School Laptop Program

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Five Years In, What's Next For DACA?

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