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    New report details problems, but finds positives. GeorgetownU
  2. John King: "Bathroom" Laws are "Hateful"

    Ed sec hints at federal legal action against discrimination laws in NC, Miss. WRAL
  3. Boston Mayor: Free Community College to Passing Students

    Marty Walsh offer good for Boston's 2 community colleges. WGBH
  4. Malia to Attend Harvard, After a Gap Year

    President's daughter won't start school until he's out of office. Politico
  5. "Failure Factories" Captures Another Top Prize

    Shortly after winning Pulitzer, reporters take top EWA honor. TBTimes

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