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The borders of rich and poor that divide America

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School district borders in the United States are invisible lines that often divide rich and poor neighborhoods just down the road from one another.

The 50 borders with the starkest divide, according to a study published Tuesday by nonprofit EdBuild, are home to neighborhoods with an average poverty rate of nine percent that run alongside neighborhoods with an average poverty rate of 46 percent, a difference of 37 percent.

Daughter gives her 100-year-old mother the high school graduation she never had

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One thing’s for sure: you’re never too old to learn.

Massachusetts woman Clare Picciuto turned 100 Friday, and she received an early birthday present Wednesday that was well worth the wait: the high school graduation she never had.

Clare’s daughter, Deborah Picciuto told ABC News that over 80 years ago the Great Depression got in the way of her mother starting high school. Instead of pursuing her education, Clare was asked by her parents to leave school and start working.

Daughter gives her 100-year-old mother the high school graduation she never had

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One thing’s for sure: you’re never too old to learn.

Massachusetts woman Clare Picciuto turned 100 Friday, and she received an early birthday present Wednesday that was well worth the wait: the high school graduation she never had.

Clare’s daughter, Deborah Picciuto told ABC News that over 80 years ago the Great Depression got in the way of her mother starting high school. Instead of pursuing her education, Clare was asked by her parents to leave school and start working.

Daughter gives her 100-year-old mother the high school graduation she never had

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One thing’s for sure: you’re never too old to learn.

Massachusetts woman Clare Picciuto turned 100 Friday, and she received an early birthday present Wednesday that was well worth the wait: the high school graduation she never had.

Clare’s daughter, Deborah Picciuto told ABC News that over 80 years ago the Great Depression got in the way of her mother starting high school. Instead of pursuing her education, Clare was asked by her parents to leave school and start working.

Daughter gives her 100-year-old mother the high school graduation she never had

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One thing’s for sure: you’re never too old to learn.

Massachusetts woman Clare Picciuto turned 100 Friday, and she received an early birthday present Wednesday that was well worth the wait: the high school graduation she never had.

Clare’s daughter, Deborah Picciuto told ABC News that over 80 years ago the Great Depression got in the way of her mother starting high school. Instead of pursuing her education, Clare was asked by her parents to leave school and start working.

Daughter gives her 100-year-old mother the high school graduation she never had

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One thing’s for sure: you’re never too old to learn.

Massachusetts woman Clare Picciuto turned 100 Friday, and she received an early birthday present Wednesday that was well worth the wait: the high school graduation she never had.

Clare’s daughter, Deborah Picciuto told ABC News that over 80 years ago the Great Depression got in the way of her mother starting high school. Instead of pursuing her education, Clare was asked by her parents to leave school and start working.

Daughter gives her 100-year-old mother the high school graduation she never had

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One thing’s for sure: you’re never too old to learn.

Massachusetts woman Clare Picciuto turned 100 Friday, and she received an early birthday present Wednesday that was well worth the wait: the high school graduation she never had.

Clare’s daughter, Deborah Picciuto told ABC News that over 80 years ago the Great Depression got in the way of her mother starting high school. Instead of pursuing her education, Clare was asked by her parents to leave school and start working.

Daughter gives her 100-year-old mother the high school graduation she never had

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One thing’s for sure: you’re never too old to learn.

Massachusetts woman Clare Picciuto turned 100 Friday, and she received an early birthday present Wednesday that was well worth the wait: the high school graduation she never had.

Clare’s daughter, Deborah Picciuto told ABC News that over 80 years ago the Great Depression got in the way of her mother starting high school. Instead of pursuing her education, Clare was asked by her parents to leave school and start working.

Fifth Harmony confess their most embarrassing on-stage moments

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For a brief moment, there was a man on stage during the kickoff show for Fifth Harmony‘s 7/27 tour on Coney Island in New York City.

5 issues that Indigenous students face globally — and how you can help

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When Ahniwake Rose’s 8-year-old daughter goes to her elementary school in November, she will have to explain to her teacher why she won’t be participating in the Thanksgiving Day pageant. The fairy tale of a budding Indian-Pilgrim friendship, performed by non-Native students in craft-paper headdresses, disrespects her heritage — and it’s something the little girl can’t support.