In St. Cloud, Minn., a recent influx of Somali immigrants has sparked anger and intolerance among residents. What's it like to be a Muslim student in this community? How is the school district working to promote tolerance?
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April 13, 2016
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April 06, 2016
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April 04, 2016
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March 31, 2016
The PBS NewsHour recently reported on the changing status of the SAT. Despite its recent redesign, there is growing skepticism of the test's value as a predictor of college success.