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Louisville School Integration Efforts Safe For Now

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Parent Anxiety, Screen Time And Learning In The Digital Age

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Trump's International Policies Could Have Lasting Effects On Higher Ed

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Part Two: Portfolio Strategy

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Spring Lake Park High School junior Kia Muleta has been playing the clarinet since fifth grade. Kia wants more diversity in her band music. She is often the only black student in band, where most of the music was composed by white men. Evan Frost/MPR News hide caption

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Why This High School Band Is Buying Music From Composers Of Color This Year

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