DeVos Protests In Denver; House To Make Cuts To Education

Hundreds of protesters greet Education Secretary Betsy DeVos this week in Denver, where she addressed the American Legislative Exchange Council.Ann Marie Awad/CPRhide caption

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Betsy DeVos Speech Greeted By Protesters She Calls 'Defenders Of The Status Quo'

Hundreds of protesters hold signs and chant at a rally in front of the Colorado State Capitol in Denver. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is scheduled to deliver a speech to the American Legislative Exchange Council, or ALEC, which backs school choice policies coast to coast.Ann Marie Awad/CPRhide caption

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Betsy DeVos Speech Greeted By Protesters She Calls 'Defenders Of The Status Quo'

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Say Goodbye To X+Y: Should Community Colleges Abolish Algebra?
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Say Goodbye To X+Y: Should Community Colleges Abolish Algebra?

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Art Studio Helps Adults With Disabilities Turn Their Passion Into A Career

Artist Imani Turner works on a watercolor piece inspired by the solar system. "Art creates opportunities for all of us to learn about ourselves," says Tony Brunswick, the executive director of Art Enables. "We really believe in the power of art."Beck Harlan/NPRhide caption

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Uproar Over Education Department Officials' Approach To Campus Sexual Assault

Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos testifies during a hearing before the Labor, Health and Human Services, Education and Related Agencies Subcommittee of the House Appropriations Committee May 24, 2017 on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.Alex Wong/Getty Imageshide caption

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Kids Struggling With Addiction Need School, Too, But There Are Few Options
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Kids Struggling With Addiction Need School, Too, But There Are Few Options

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Why 18 States Are Suing Education Secretary Betsy DeVos

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos testifies before the Senate Appropriations Committee on Capitol Hill June 6, 2017 in Washington, D.C. DeVos testified on the fiscal year 2018 budget request for the Education Department.Win McNamee/Getty Imageshide caption

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A Transgender Child Faces Growing Up

Q Daily, 11, said he'd prefer not to grow up. But he is now on the cusp of middle school, adolescence and facing his changing body. And for a transgender child, this time of life is particularly complex.Jennifer Hsu/WNYChide caption

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A Transgender Child Faces Growing Up

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