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The philanthropic organization founded by Laurene Powell Jobs gains a minority stake in the venerable magazine, whose digital site includes an active education channel.

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The NBC News magazine show got the exclusive with DeVos, but didn't really make the most if it, in a report about charter schools.

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Filmmakers follow a girl's life in a tough St. Louis neighborhood just as a nationwide debate over race and justice unfold in nearby Ferguson, Mo.

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