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Michigan school shows success with two student groups that often struggle (NPR): Brimley Elementary is located in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and has a student population that is more than half Native American, yet the school outperforms many others with similar demographics.

Marriage ruling raises questions about tax exemptions for conservative colleges (The New York Times): Some religious colleges and universities fear Friday’s Supreme Court ruling could jeopardize their federal tax-exemption status, as many of the schools prohibit same-sex relationships. Legal scholars say these concerns are unlikely to come to fruition — at least in the short term.

Lake Forest Park mom fights back against school’s beaver removal plan: The Shoreline School District backtracked on plans to trap and kill a beaver near an elementary school after a student’s mother launched an online protest.

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