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In this post, English Language Learners explore Valentine’s Day traditions and choose the correct word to complete several sentences before expressing what they would tell a special someone in honor of the holiday.
Black students and their allies are demanding change. Seven from colleges and universities around the country discuss the problem, their protests and themselves.
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The school system is investigating whether students were kept on the rolls after enrollment dropped.
Almost all of the reactions I’ve heard have been positive, as early confusion morphed into understanding.
School to review PR about claims that beverage benefits football players on “concussion-related measures.”
Education activists and parents say threats of sanctions from the U.S. Education Department won't deter them.