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Why More Than A Million Teachers Can't Use Social Security

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100 Top Colleges Vow To Enroll More Low-Income Students

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How Oklahoma Parents Are Dealing With Teacher Walkouts

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Arizona teachers and education advocates march in front of the Arizona Capitol highlighting low teacher pay and school funding in Phoenix. Ross D. Franklin/AP hide caption

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Walkouts And Teacher Pay: How Did We Get Here?

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