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Venezuelan Leidy Navarro (left) walks with her daughter Valentina Caceres back to their home in Ureña, Venezuela, after picking her up at school in Cúcuta, Colombia, in March. Juan Pablo Bayona/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Venezuela's Teachers And Students Skip School For Survival

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Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden addresses the Rainbow PUSH Coalition convention on Friday in Chicago. Biden defended himself after Sen. Kamala Harris criticized his past opposition to federally mandated busing in the '70s. Charles Rex Arbogast/AP hide caption

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University administrators say the FBI, whose headquarters are shown above, has urged them to monitor some Chinese students and scholars. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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FBI Urges Universities To Monitor Some Chinese Students And Scholars In The U.S.

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On Wednesday in Miami, Democratic presidential candidates take the stage during the first night of the Democratic presidential debate. Brynn Anderson/AP hide caption

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Presidential Contenders Make Higher Education Costs A Hot Button Issue

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Cathedral High School leadership in Indianapolis says Archbishop Charles Thompson issued "direct guidance" that the school fire a teacher in a same-sex marriage or forfeit its Catholic identity. Michael Conroy/AP hide caption

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Teach For America's Relationship With Charter Schools

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Dr. Marijuana Pepsi Vandyck graduated from Cardinal Stritch University in Wisconsin this month with a doctorate in higher education leadership. Courtesy of Marijuana Pepsi Vandyck hide caption

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Dr. Marijuana Pepsi Won't Change Her Name 'To Make Other People Happy'

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Oberlin College President On Bakery Case

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