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Sex education often occurs in one of two places: at home or at school. Francisco Ramirez is bringing the subject out into the open.
Josephine Brewington, from Indiana, is the 2015 Substitute Teacher of the Year.
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NPR's Robert Siegel reports from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York on how policing is being taught during this year filled with news of tensions between police and civilians.
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