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Supporters cheer former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as she makes her way to deliver the commencement address at Wellesley College, Friday, May 26, 2017 in Wellesley, Mass. Clinton graduated from the school in 1969. (AP Photo/Josh Reynolds)

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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivers the commencement address at Wellesley College, Friday, May 26, 2017, in Wellesley, Mass. Clinton graduated from the school in 1969. (AP Photo/Josh Reynolds)

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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton reacts to her introduction while sitting with faculty members before she delivered the commencement address at Wellesley College, Friday, May 26, 2017, in Wellesley, Mass. Clinton graduated from the school in 1969. (AP Photo/Josh Reynolds)

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Faculty members cheer former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton after she delivered the commencement address at Wellesley College, Friday, May 26, 2017 in Wellesley, Mass. Clinton graduated from the school in 1969. (AP Photo/Josh Reynolds)

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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton gestures after she delivered the commencement address at Wellesley College, Friday, May 26, 2017, in Wellesley, Mass. Clinton graduated from the school in 1969. (AP Photo/Josh Reynolds)

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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivers the commencement address at Wellesley College, Friday, May 26, 2017, in Wellesley, Mass. Clinton graduated from the school in 1969. (AP Photo/Josh Reynolds)

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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivers the commencement address at Wellesley College, Friday, May 26, 2017, in Wellesley, Mass. Clinton graduated from the school in 1969. (AP Photo/Josh Reynolds)

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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivers the commencement address at Wellesley College, Friday, May 26, 2017 in Wellesley, Mass. Clinton graduated from the school in 1969. (AP Photo/Josh Reynolds)

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An 8th-grade salutatorian delivered a speech to a crowd of supporters across the street from his graduation ceremony in Illinois after his remarks were banned by the school for mentioning God and the Bible. (YouTube/@Todd Starnes)

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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton reacts to her introduction while sitting with faculty members before she delivered the commencement address at Wellesley College, Friday, May 26, 2017, in Wellesley, Mass. Clinton graduated from the school in 1969. (AP Photo/Josh Reynolds)

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U.S. Naval Academy midshipmen rest as they wait for the Academy's graduation and commissioning ceremony to begin in Annapolis, Md., Friday, May 26, 2017. Vice President Mike Pence is scheduled to address the graduating class at the U.S. Naval Academy. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

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Lizeth Villanueva, a Houston area 7th grader, is shown in this CNN screen capture. She was awarded a mock superlative certificate from a teacher declaring her the class member most likely to become a terrorist. The school has apologized and promised an investigation (CNN).

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Celiah Aker poses at her desk at home, Monday, Feb. 6, 2017, in Medina, Ohio. Aker is in ninth grade and it is her fifth year at Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow (ECOT) , an online school. As enrollment in online charter schools exploded in recent years, states have struggled to catch up with oversight to ensure that the students taking classes at home via computers get a real education and the "cyber schools" receive the proper amount of public funding. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)

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Celiah Aker works on her business and administrative services class at her desk at home, Monday, Feb. 6, 2017, in Medina, Ohio. Aker is in ninth grade and it is her fifth year at Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow , an online school. As enrollment in online charter schools exploded in recent years, states have struggled to catch up with oversight to ensure that the students taking classes at home via computers get a real education and the "cyber schools" receive the proper amount of public funding. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)

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Celiah Aker works on her business and administrative services class at her desk at home, Monday, Feb. 6, 2017, in Medina, Ohio. Aker is in ninth grade and it is her fifth year at Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow (ECOT), an online school. As enrollment in online charter schools exploded in recent years, states have struggled to catch up with oversight to ensure that the students taking classes at home via computers get a real education and the "cyber schools" receive the proper amount of public funding. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)

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This photo taken Wednesday, May 24, 2017, in Enterprise, Ala., shows twins Brian and Alex Lawson, who both achieved perfect scores on the ACT college admissions test. The brothers arejuniors at Enterprise High School, and each plans a career in science and technology. (Jeremy Wise/Dothan Eagle via AP)

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In this Tuesday, May 16, 2017 photo, Dr. Trivia Frazier, a graduate of Dillard University, works in her lab in New Orleans. Frazier returns to her alma mater frequently to inspire the next generation. Dillard University in New Orleans graduates more physics majors - and, notably, more female physics majors - than far bigger schools with more resources. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

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In this Tuesday, May 16, 2017 photo, Dr. Trivia Frazier, a graduate of Dillard University, works in her lab in New Orleans. Frazier returns to her alma mater frequently to inspire the next generation. Dillard University in New Orleans graduates more physics majors - and, notably, more female physics majors - than far bigger schools with more resources. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

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In this Tuesday, May 16, 2017 photo, Dr. Trivia Frazier, a graduate of Dillard University, works in her lab in New Orleans. Dillard University in New Orleans graduates more physics majors - and, notably, more female physics majors - than far bigger schools with more resources. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

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In this Saturday, May 13, 2017 photo, graduates react during a graduation ceremony at Dillard University in New Orleans. Dillard University graduates more physics majors - and, notably, more female physics majors - than far bigger schools with more resources. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)