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Education Secretary Betsy DeVos testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., in December. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Education Dept. Unveils Fix For Student Loan Program's 'Bureaucratic Nightmare'

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Democratic senators are demanding that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, led by Kathleen Kraninger, do its job supervising the student loan system. Alex Wroblewski/Reuters hide caption

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An FBI affidavit that lays out the case against Charles Lieber includes what federal prosecutors say is a contract between the Harvard researcher and a university in China. U.S. Attorney's Office/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Eastern Flex Academy is an experimental program in Lansing, Mich. Kevin Lavery/WKAR hide caption

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High School Starts At 3 p.m. For These Michigan Students

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Trump Travel Ban Expansion Could Affect HBCUs

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Johns Hopkins Sees Jump In Low-Income Students After Ending Legacy Admissions

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Scooter Norton, captain of the Washington-Liberty High School's Rocket League team, says before the team was playing to improve, but now they have a goal in mind. Kisha Ravi/NPR hide caption

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As Esports Take Off, High School Leagues Get In The Game

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At Michigan High School The Day Starts At 3 p.m. And Ends At 8 p.m.

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Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Montana Case About Tax Credits For Religious Schools

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Many Americans who get overwhelmed by student loan debt are told that student debt can't be erased through bankruptcy. Now more judges and lawyers say that's a myth and bankruptcy can help. Mitch Blunt/Getty Images/Ikon Images hide caption

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Myth Busted: Turns Out Bankruptcy Can Wipe Out Student Loan Debt After All

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Randi Weingarten, of the American Federation of Teachers, says the message of her organization's lawsuit is clear: "Protect the students of the United States of America — not the for-profit [schools] that are making a buck off of them." Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call Inc via Getty Images hide caption

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Teachers Union Lawsuit Claims DeVos 'Capriciously' Repealed Borrower Protections

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Philadelphia Teachers Sue Over Hazardous Buildings

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As Esports Take Off, High School Leagues Get In The Game

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Peking University in Beijing is one of the Chinese institutions that have adopted new charters emphasizing party loyalty. TPG/Getty Images hide caption

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Chinese Universities Are Enshrining Communist Party Control In Their Charters

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