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Stanford Has Most Sexual Violence Cases Under Review, U.S. Agency Says

Just before the Brock Turner case sparked fresh outrage, a federal agency issued its latest list of inquiries into how such cases are handled on U.S. campuses. Stanford tops the list, with five cases.
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Apps That Aim To Give Parents 'Superpowers'

A new wave of educational technology focuses on building family connections. Here's a look at two new approaches.
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The Civil Rights Problem In U.S. Schools: 10 New Numbers

Black and Hispanic students are disproportionately suspended, expelled and have unequal access to education, according to the latest Civil Rights Data Collection survey.
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SafeTrack To Affect D.C. Students 'Tremendously,' Both In Summer And Fall

More than 8,500 students use Metro to get to and from school. How will SafeTrack delays hit schools in the weeks and months ahead?

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Coding While Black: Hacking The Future Of The Tech Industry

Silicon Valley has a diversity problem, with many tech companies employing a tiny number of African-Americans in key jobs. In Atlanta, black techies are working to diversify the industry's future.
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Green Eggs, Ham And Metaphysics: Teaching Hard Ideas With Children's Books

Stories that are great for learning to read can teach all kinds off things — from philosophy to financial literacy.
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Trump Presses Case That 'Mexican' Judge Curiel Is Biased Against Him

Donald Trump intensified his attacks on the federal judge presiding over fraud lawsuits against Trump University — saying Indiana-born Gonzalo Curiel is biased against him because "he's a Mexican."
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Politics In Real Life: The Struggle To Pay For College

Loans and grants often aren't enough to cover all the expenses of a college education. For many students the struggle to afford school means long work hours and even skipping meals.
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High School Suspensions Cost the Country $35 Billion Annually, Report Estimates

Suspended students more often drop out of school, says the report from UCLA's Civil Rights Project. And that imposes broad social costs.
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Asian American Groups Target Top Ivy League Schools For Racial Discrimination

A coalition of Asian American groups filed a federal complaint asking for an investigation into Yale, Brown and Dartmouth for alleged racially discriminatory practices in college admissions processes.

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