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Department Of Education Finds Texas Violated Special Education Law

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Congress Changed 529 College Savings Plans, And Now States Are Nervous

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Training For The Olympics Is Hard Enough. Try Doing That While Earning A Degree

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Without enough students to fill up its classrooms, Gaspar Vila Mayans elementary, a public school seated in a low-income area in San Juan, is facing the possibility of closure. Lauren Migaki/NPR hide caption

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School Closures Loom In Puerto Rico As Enrollment Shrinks After Maria

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Why Foster Care Students In Seattle Are Beating The Odds

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The Biggest Education Stories Of 2017 And 2018

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