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The essayist Bob Brody found out a lot about his father at the Central Institute for the Deaf in St. Louis -- as well as about how education for the hearing-impaired has progressed since the Great Depression. He writes: 'CID is still here after 103 years. And, at least as far as I’m concerned, and as long as deaf students are still learning in these classrooms, my father is still here, too.'

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They are community schools -- and here's how they meet the needs of their students.

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The ACT refused to release hundreds of student test scores because schools gave the exam on the wrong day. The state's lieutenant governor got angry.

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A teacher's annual roundup.

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“I wept because I felt the blows, I felt the bullets, I felt the tears,’’ speaker Myrlie Evers, the 84-year-old widow of slain NAACP member Medgar Evers, told the crowd gathered outside the museum in the snowy courtyard for opening ceremonies.

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Mayor Rahm Emanuel has now tapped his fourth leader of the Chicago school district.

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A Q&A with the author of a provocative book that takes a deep look into the history of racism in children's literature and assesses where things are today.

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If it happens, it will come at the expense of students and federal student aid programs.

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Several hundred thousand students have been affected.

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"'They’ll have everything you need,' a new colleague had written. 'You really don’t need to bring anything.' And so I was surprised when, five days before school started, I walked into a completely empty classroom.

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