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Congress Considers Making College More Accessible To People In Prison

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When A Mexican American Student Group Voted To Change Its Name Controversy Ensued

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Virgin Island Schools Are Still Facing Challenges From Hurricanes Irma And Michael

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How Trump's Judicial Nominees Have Handled Questions On Brown v. Board Of Education

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Sylvia Hatchell, who has led the Tar Heels since 1986, did not address the allegations against her or the findings of the independent report. Robert Franklin/AP hide caption

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Jaclyn Schildkraut, associate professor of Criminal Justice at SUNY Oswego, leads a lockdown drill at Ed Smith Elementary School in Syracuse, N.Y., last month. Heather Ainsworth/Colorado Public Radio hide caption

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Indiana Teachers Stage Protests To Spotlight Low Wages

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Brigham Young University alumna Sidney Draughon (center) flew in from New York to join a protest against the Honor Code Office. Kelsie Moore/KUER hide caption

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A Rare Sight At Brigham Young University As Students Protest The Honor Code Office

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Actress Lori Loughlin and her husband, clothing designer Mossimo Giannulli (left), announced on Monday that they would plead not guilty to charges in the Justice Department's college admissions case. Here, they leave federal court in Boston earlier this month. Steven Senne/AP hide caption

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Georgetown Students Vote To Fund Reparations For School's Slavery Connections

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Students perform in Granite Bay High School's original production of Ranked. Yarcenia Garcia/Courtesy of Granite Bay High School hide caption

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A Dystopian High School Musical Foresaw The College Admissions Scandal

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