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E-Cigarettes Cloud Schools' Anti-Smoking Policies E-Cigarettes Cloud Schools' Anti-Smoking Policies
Fearing that e-cigarettes will fuel a resurgence in teenage smoking, some educators are clamping down on students' use of the devices on school campuses.
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Second Vergara-Inspired Lawsuit Filed in New York
A second lawsuit challenging New York laws governing teacher tenure, layoffs, and dismissals was filed Monday on behalf of seven schoolchildren in the state.
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School Discriminated Against Pregnant Student, Complaint Says
The U.S. Department of Education's office for civil rights issued guidance about schools' treatment of pregnant students in 2013.
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