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Bill Gates urges students to finish college (The New York Times): It’s no secret that Bill Gates did not finish college. But he is urging today’s students to get a degree, saying he “got lucky pursuing a career in software.”

First Place charter school gets another chance to remain open: The state commission governing charter schools has approved a final set of non-negotiable terms it says First Place Scholars must meet by June 15 in order to open for a second year.

Franklin students work with carpenters to build homeless shelter: A Seattle-area organization called Sawhorse Revolution is working with students at Franklin High School to construct a small home at Nickelsville.

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