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Emilia Olson, an 11th-grade student at Palmetto Scholars Academy in North Charleston, S.C.

STUDENT VOICES: Pay teachers more

Emilia Olson was an 11th-grader at Palmetto Scholars Academy in North Charleston, S.C.

Chris Mayes, an 11th-grader at Community High School in Swannanoa, N.C.

STUDENT VOICES: I don’t want to die in the same town I grew up in

Chris Mayes is an 11th-grader at Community High School in Swannanoa, N.C.

Lilianna Salcedo, a 10th-grader at USC Hybrid High School in Los Angeles.

STUDENT VOICES: When you’re a teenager you feel like an outsider already

Lilianna Salcedo was in the 10th grade at USC Hybrid High School in Los Angeles

STUDENT VOICES: The education system encourages students to be dead inside

Caleb Carman was an 11th--grader at Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School in New York

Jadaci Henderson, a 12th-grader at Dumas New Tech High School in Dumas, Ark.

STUDENT VOICES: “Challenging” views are considered insubordination

Jadaci Henderson was a 12th-grader at Dumas New Tech High School in Dumas, Ark.

Henry Thach, a 10th-grade student at Highline High School in Seattle.

STUDENT VOICES: If I weren’t here I’d probably be dead

Henry Thach is in the 10th grade at Highline High School in Seattle

STUDENT VOICES: Kids bring into school what they’re dealing with at home. Teachers don’t get that

Ifetayo Kitwala was an 11th grader at Baltimore School for the Arts in Baltimore

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Rural schools turn to high-tech teacher training solutions

A collective of schools in Kentucky decided to make its own training model for teachers

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Survey says most college students in online courses yearn for interaction with instructors, peers

Come for the computers, stay for the books

Libraries are re-booting to become the tech hub for schools

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