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After Wildfires Destroyed Their Homes, Students Find Healing Help At School

Clark Howe, 12, and his family lost their Santa Rosa, Calif., home and nearly all their possessions to the Tubbs Fire. While he found it hard to talk about the fire, it's also been really helpful to do so, and he can't believe the support he has received from his community.Lauren Migaki/NPRhide caption

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How A Deregulated Internet Could Hurt America's Classrooms
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How A Deregulated Internet Could Hurt America's Classrooms

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If A School Becomes A Shelter In Puerto Rico, Where Do Students Learn?

Lilian Garcia braids Melody Vasquez's hair while Garcia's daughter Jaohnliz plays with her dog, Fanny, inside Liberata Iraldo, a middle school in Rio Grande, where they sought shelter after Hurricane Maria.José Jiménez-Tirado for NPRhide caption

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If A School Becomes A Shelter In Puerto Rico, Where Do Students Learn?

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What A Tax Overhaul Could Mean For Students And Schools
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What A Tax Overhaul Could Mean For Students And Schools

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School Voucher Programs Should Be Clear About Disability Rights, Report Says
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School Voucher Programs Should Be Clear About Disability Rights, Report Says

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This Nun Has Been Fighting For Migrant Kids For 45 Years

Sister Ann Kendrick (center) of the HOPE Community Center in Apopka, Fla., rallies with Hispanic immigration policy demonstrators from various groups in front of Orlando City Hall in 2012.Joe Burbank /Orlando Sentinel/MCT via Getty Imageshide caption

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