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Texas Gov. Greg Abbot hosts a recent roundtable discussion with victims, families and friends affected by the Santa Fe, Texas, school shooting that killed 10 people earlier this month. People with ties to other recent mass shootings were also invited. Drew Anthony Smith/Getty Images hide caption

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Sam Oozevaseuk Schimmel, 18, has grown up in both Alaska and Washington state. He is an advocate for Alaska Native youth. Kiliii Yuyan for NPR hide caption

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The Conflicting Educations Of Sam Schimmel

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Preschools In Ghana's Capital Challenge Call-And-Response System

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What Gun Violence Protesters Can Learn From 1968's Chicano Blowouts

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People mourn last week at a makeshift memorial in memory of the victims killed in a shooting at Santa Fe High School in Santa Fe, Texas. Students resumed classes at the school today. Loren Elliott/Reuters hide caption

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USC President Steps Down After A Series Of Scandals

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New Jersey Attorney General On Investigating For-Profit Colleges

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Several hundred faculty had signed a letter saying University of Southern California President C.L. Max Nikias had "lost the moral authority to lead." Richard Vogel/AP hide caption

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From Oprah To Rex Tillerson: Commencement Speeches For The Class Of 2018

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Why Is Undergraduate College Enrollment Declining?

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