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Trump has been largely silent on higher education, but he has promised to work with Congress to reduce the cost of college.
A walkout at Montgomery Blair was joined by students from nearby schools.
There is a short and long answer to this.
After finding flags damaged or missing at a Veterans Day ceremony, some students held a sit-in to protect those that remained, and a debate erupted over patriotism and sacrifice in the United States.
The new chief executive of DeVry Education Group argues that for-profit colleges must work to demonstrate their value to students.
Frank Navarro, a high school teacher, was placed on paid leave after a parent complained about his teaching methods.
William Smith High School's approach is "strong collaboration among administrators, staff and students, plus investment in a school community marked by shared values and a desire to do meaningful, relevant work."
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