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September 18  • 

Throwback Thursday: When ‘fire’ drills did not include ammunition

School districts are replacing fire and tornado drills with lockdown drills that train students and staff to react to intruders or shooters.

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September 18  • 

5 celebs who went to law school (and 3 who dropped out)

Famous, and infamous, celebrities who passed the bar, a few who didn't make the cut. Plus, child actors turned successful attorneys.

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September 16  • 

Ask Avvo: Can I legally require my ex to help pay for college?

Avvo attorneys answer your legal questions.

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September 15  • 

Trends buck tradition: Over half of college students now ‘nontraditional’

Think of college students as 18- to 22-year-old coeds? Think again. "Nontraditional" college students are now the norm.

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August 12  • 

Ask Avvo: Will my daughter’s school tell me if students skip immunization?

Avvo attorneys answer your legal questions.

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July 15  • 

Paying for college: Managing debt after school (Part 3 of 3)

Higher education has never been more expensive. This three-part series offers ways to reduce or eliminate the cost of paying for college.

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July 3  • 

Paying for college: While you’re in school (Part 2 of 3)

Higher education has never been more expensive. This three-part series offers ways to reduce or eliminate the cost of paying for college.

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June 26  • 

Paying for college: Before you go (Part 1 of 3)

Higher education has never been more expensive. This three-part series shows families ways to reduce or eliminate the cost of college.

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June 17  • 

Poor kids have rights too: Why California’s teacher tenure laws had to go

This isn’t about teachers, or their rights generally. This is about the worst performing teachers, and how they harm kids.

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June 3  • 

Do Suicidal Students Have a Right to Stay in School?

A Princeton student's lawsuit may set precedent for university policies on suicide - the second leading cause of death among students.

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