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UC students protest racist incidents

Students are demanding stronger action following a series of racist incidents, including parties with racist themes and a noose hanging in the campus library.

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Students organize March 4 Education

Gregory Cendana, president of the United States Student Association, says students and community members are mobilizing coast to coast to defend public education in "March 4 Education" rallies next month.

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Students welcome overhauling private loan industry

Every year millions of students graduate from college with tens of thousands of dollars in student loan debt.

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Expect major changes in No Child law, officials say

The Obama administration is proposing major changes to the nation's No Child Left Behind education law.

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No need for MTA’s draconian cuts

The MTA's cuts, targeting students and seniors, are even worse than past "doomsday" scenarios, but the truth is, none of these cuts are necessary.

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NYC students on Facebook, in the street over MTA cuts

Public high school students, as well as teachers and parents, are organizing in new ways against a proposalto take away free-and reduced-price Metrocards currently issued to students.

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In Irving Texas Latino students have no voice

The Latino community continues to grow all over North Texas and they face a growing problem: no one to speak for or represent them.

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Student wins deportation battle

Like thousands of undocumented youth living in the U.S., Rigoberto Padilla has led a normal life. He graduated from high school, enrolled in college, and joined the honor society.

Pell Grant program faces $18 billion shortfall

The unexpected rising enrollment of college students has created an $18 billion shortfall in the Pell Grant program.

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Students occupy university building to protest fee hikes

Students occupied Wheeler Hall on the University of California campus in Berkeley, protesting a decision by university regents to raise fees.

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