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We're celebrating #KhanOfficeDogs for #NationalPuppyDay! This is Oreo, Queen Bee and Senior Citizen of Khan Academy. When she's not crunching data (and treats) on our Product Analytics team, she can be found inhaling tree nuts or snoozing in a meeting room! 🐼πŸͺ😴 pic.twitter.com/aunsHJGvpa — Khan Academy (@khanacademy) March 23, 2018

This Stanford Computer Science Genius Aims To Crack The Code Of Learning And Leadership

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It's not that a white male can't lead. I've done it. It's that we all benefit by being exposed to a diverse cohort of people, working in a diverse community. Because if you're in a leadership position, you're not leading just people who look like you.

from Forbes Education

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Run, little brain! Run! Our Algebra 1B classes are in the hunt for Level 2 of @khanacademy's Brain Training! pic.twitter.com/eE6bYgyWiA — Mr. Lambright (@hunterlambright) March 22, 2018

Why Entrepreneurship Isn't Just A Kids' Game

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How old is your average entrepreneur? Facebook's Mark Zuckerburg, Google’s Larry Page, Snap’s Evan Spiegel and Tesla’s Elon Musk all built businesses worth billions while still in their twenties. So is entrepreneurship the province of the young? The answer may surprise you.

from Forbes Education

NPR News: Advice For Student Activists: It's A Marathon, Not A Sprint

Advice For Student Activists: It's A Marathon, Not A Sprint
Youth activism in America has a long and complicated history. As students flood streets around the country, two activists offer advice to those marching.

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NPR News: Parkland Survivor On 'March For Our Lives'

Parkland Survivor On 'March For Our Lives'
Nationwide protests against gun violence will be held on Saturday. NPR's Noel King speaks to Cameron Kasky, who survived the Florida school shooting, about organizing the "March for Our Lives."

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NPR News: 'We Should Have Been The Last': Kentucky Shooting Survivors Inspired By Parkland

'We Should Have Been The Last': Kentucky Shooting Survivors Inspired By Parkland
In January, a student in Marshall County, Ky. killed two classmates and injured 18 more. The survivors were still grieving when the students at Stoneman Douglas began a national protest movement.

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