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He dreamed of teaching children with a background like his own
After visiting a nursing home, he began pairing older Americans and newcomers
In Philadelphia, students get a chance to build boats – and launch them
She believes in teen parents and helps them stay in school
A digital solution when children can’t find books in their mother tongue
This woman’s approach to mentoring in San Jose won a prize
The man and fellow retirees behind a science lab for students in rural India
How a couple's gift to a university benefits more than just college students
What does it mean to keep schools safe? Two different views in immigrant debate.
First US 'microcollege' helps single moms become liberal arts graduates
Desperate for officers, a Georgia police chief hits the road
What price loyalty? How cast-aside aides retain Trump's ear.
Jason Kessler and the 'alt-right' implosion after Charlottesville
Can ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ help redefine how Hollywood portrays Asians?
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