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It's A Smartphone Life: More Than Half Of U.S. Children Now Have One

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The NCAA has long argued that it was converting revenues, such as the $1 billion from the men's basketball tournament, into scholarships and other opportunities for students. Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images hide caption

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NCAA Plans To Allow College Athletes To Get Paid For Use Of Their Names, Images

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Nearly two-dozen U.S. senators are calling on Kathleen Kraninger, director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, to investigate a loan servicer called the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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23 Senators Demand Investigation Into Mismanagement Of Student Loan Program

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Chicago Teachers Strike Enters Its 8th Day On Monday

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Fourteen-year-old Jaysa Mellers speaks during the panel discussion among youth climate activists at the Drawdown Learn Conference. Courtesy of Omega Institute for Holistic Studies hide caption

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The judge said Education Secretary Betsy DeVos had violated an order to stop collecting loans owed by students who had been defrauded by Corinthian Colleges. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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Vital Federal Program To Help Parents In College Is 'A Drop In The Bucket'

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High school students at lunch in the University School of Milwaukee's cafeteria. Students are assigned seats, along with staff, to foster a positive school culture. Emily Files/WUWM hide caption

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Wisconsin School Breaks Up Lunchtime Cliques With Assigned Seating

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