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The Opportunity Institute’s founders, and many board members, are Democrats with ties to the Clintons.
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U.S. marshals arrested a Houston man over a $1,500 student loan that was almost 30 years old. Then the story gets complicated.
After weeks of turmoil at Mount St. Mary's University, trustees reach out to campus community to gather information.
One of the biggest funding bumps in the school system’s budget would go to non-traditional high schools.
In a letter to Sen. Al Franken, Google says it doesn't target ads to students, but does track some K-12 student data.
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