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Officials with the U.S. Department of Education said recently that an Idaho school district violated federal law when it segregated elementary students into single-sex classrooms.
A New Jersey town's school board has adopted a medical marijuana policy that falls in line with recent legislation signed by Gov. Chris Christie.
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FBI officials say they believe Ohio State student was influenced by the Islamic State and radical clerics in an attack that has shaken the community.
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Investigators say Abdul Razak Ali Artan, the student who wounded 11 people at the university, may have been inspired by a Qaeda propagandist, or by the Islamic State.