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A high-school senior writes about the agony of answering questions about herself -- in college-application essays that are supposed to be insightful, disarming, surprising, and erudite -- over and over and over.
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The president uses his final State of the Union address to make clear he will press Congress and his successor to continue unfinished pieces of his education agenda.
Conservative justices on the U.S. Supreme Court appear open to overruling a key precedent that lets public-employee unions collect fees from non-members for collective bargaining.
Advocates sound off on the first of two hearings how federal officials should go about coming up with rules to implement the Every Student Succeeds Act.
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