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      The former N.F.L. quarterback Brett Favre finds himself in the middle of a sprawling scandal in Mississippi.
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      Mississippi Welfare Scandal Spreads Well Beyond Brett Favre

      Millions earmarked for the needy in the nation’s poorest state instead went to projects that benefited the well-to-do, the state alleges, including a volleyball stadium at Mr. Favre’s alma mater.

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      Sarra Tekola and Chase Beckerman, students at A.S.U. whose confrontation went viral.
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      The Education Issue

      The Safe Space That Became a Viral Nightmare

      An argument at Arizona State’s multicultural center spiraled into a disaster for everyone involved. Who was to blame?

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    Big Mouths About Big Debt

    A topic that was once steeped in shame and stigma has become normalized, for better or for worse.

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Learning: A Special Report

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    Lunchtime at Dacula High School in Gwinnett County, Ga.
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    Glimpses of How Pandemic America Went Back to School

    Across the country, students are returning to classes. We connected with hundreds of them to see how they — along with teachers, administrators and parents — are coping.

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    The state with the most book bans was Texas, followed by Florida and then Pennsylvania, according to PEN America’s report.
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    Advocacy Groups Are Helping Drive a Rise in Book Bans

    A report from the free speech organization PEN America looked at the role of politics and advocacy groups in the growing number of book bans in schools across the country.

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