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Research Shows Spanish Speakers Take Longer To Learn English. Why?

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Students perform in The Little Mermaid, the sixth-most popular musical in the 2016-2017 school year. R. Bruhn /Courtesy of Educational Theatre Association hide caption

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Students walk through an entrance above which is engraved "Stonewall Jackson" at Jackson Elementary School in Oklahoma City. Nick Oxford for NPR hide caption

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These Oklahoma City Schools Are Named For Confederate Generals ... Or Are They?

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Schools are closed and thousands of Houston-area families are living in temporary shelters as the city starts the recovery process after Hurricane Harvey. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Christine Garcia relaxes with her 8-year-old daughter Mia in the Channelview High School gym. It's been turned into an evacuation shelter for victims of flooding from Harvey. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Houston School Superintendent Says A Lot Of Work Ahead To Open Schools

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What You Should Know About The New Summer SAT

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Federal Judge Finds Racism Behind Arizona Law Banning Ethnic Studies

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Paul Miller shares a joke with his grandson, Max. They play poker together, but as a numbers guy, Miller is hard to beat. LA Johnson/NPR hide caption

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Paul Miller Loved Teaching Math So Much That He Did It For Nearly 80 Years

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Students Drive New Policies As K-12 Sexual Assault Investigations Rise

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The Cubist Revolution: Minecraft For All

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This School District Asked Real Estate Agents To Help Rekindle Its Reputation

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