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The Barbershop View: School Law Enforcement, Black Lives Matter And Hillary Clinton

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The Changing Role Of Police In American Classrooms

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Oliver Elementary School in Birgmingham, Ala., where Ann Marie Corgill taught until Friday. The recent Alabama Teacher of the Year says she quit her job after being told she wasn't highly qualified to teach fifth grade. Google Maps hide caption

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A screenshot from a video made by a Spring Valley High School student on Monday, Oct. 26, shows Senior Deputy Ben Fields trying to forcibly remove a student from her chair after she refused to leave her high school math class, in Columbia, S.C. CBS This Morning via YouTube hide caption

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Chefs Kerry Heffernan and Tom Colicchio pose for a photo at Bearnaise, a Capitol Hill restaurant, on Tuesday before setting out for a day of lobbying lawmakers. Kris Connor/Getty Images hide caption

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Pennsylvania Schools Short On Funds As Budget Stalemate Continues

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Mentor Antwon Cooper (left) helps student Julius Barne, 15, during a group activity in a history class. Jun Tsuboike/NPR hide caption

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For At-Risk Kids, Mentors Provide Far More Than Just Homework Help

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Zanele Themba (on the left with the pink backpack strap) admires American teens because they "know what they want and go for it." She's posing with classmates from the Sapphire Secondary School who participated in a model U.N. in Johannesburg. Courtesy of Youth@SAIIA hide caption

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Will STEM Education Be The Child Left Behind?

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A student shows off his lost tooth to his classmates. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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Forcing Schools To Hit The 'Reset' Button

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Spring Valley High School in Columbia, S.C., was the scene of a disturbing arrest Monday, setting off a flurry of online comments and outrage. Google Maps hide caption

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