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In this July 22, 2017, photo, students take a nap in their sleeping quarter at Al Hidayah Islamic Boarding School in Sei Mencirim, North Sumatra, Indonesia. The school was founded by former radical preacher Khairul Ghazali for the sons of Islamic militants whose fathers are either killed in police raids or in prison for terrorism offenses and aimed at preventing them from becoming the next generation of Indonesian jihadists. (AP Photo/Binsar Bakkara)

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In this July 22, 2017, photo, students play soccer at Al Hidayah Islamic Boarding School in Sei Mencirim, North Sumatra, Indonesia. The school was founded by former radical preacher Khairul Ghazali for the sons of Islamic militants whose fathers are either killed in police raids or in prison for terrorism offenses and aimed at preventing them from becoming the next generation of Indonesian jihadists. (AP Photo/Binsar Bakkara)

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In this July 22, 2017, photo, students line up for lunch at Al Hidayah Islamic Boarding School in Sei Mencirim, North Sumatra, Indonesia. The school was founded by former radical preacher Khairul Ghazali for the sons of Islamic militants whose fathers are either killed in police raids or in prison for terrorism offenses and aimed at preventing them from becoming the next generation of Indonesian jihadists. (AP Photo/Binsar Bakkara)

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In this July 22, 2017, photo, Kartini Panggabean, center, talks to students at Al Hidayah Islamic Boarding School in Sei Mencirim, North Sumatra, Indonesia. Kartini and her husband former radical preacher Khairul Ghazali set up the school for the sons of Islamic militants whose fathers are either killed in raids or in prison for terrorism offenses aimed at preventing them from becoming the next generation of Indonesian jihadists. (AP Photo/Binsar Bakkara)

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In this July 22, 2017, photo, students learn farming at Al Hidayah Islamic Boarding School in Sei Mencirim, North Sumatra, Indonesia. The school was founded by former radical preacher Khairul Ghazali for the sons of Islamic militants whose fathers are either killed in raids or in prison for terrorism offenses and aimed at preventing them from becoming the next generation of Indonesian jihadists. (AP Photo/Binsar Bakkara)

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In this July 22, 2017, photo, students learn farming at Al Hidayah Islamic Boarding School in Sei Mencirim, North Sumatra, Indonesia. The school was founded by former radical preacher Khairul Ghazali for the sons of Islamic militants whose fathers are either killed in raids or in prison for terrorism offenses and aimed at preventing them from becoming the next generation of Indonesian jihadists. (AP Photo/Binsar Bakkara)

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In this July 22, 2017, photo, former radical preacher Khairul Ghazali, top, teaches at Al Hidayah Islamic Boarding School in Sei Mencirim, North Sumatra, Indonesia. Ghazali set up the school for the sons of Islamic militants whose fathers are either killed in raids or in prison for terrorism offenses aimed at preventing them from becoming the next generation of Indonesian jihadists. (AP Photo/Binsar Bakkara)

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In this July 22, 2017, photo, former radical preacher Khairul Ghazali, top, delivers a sermon after an afternoon prayer at Al Hidayah Islamic Boarding School in Sei Mencirim, North Sumatra, Indonesia. Ghazali set up the school for the sons of Islamic militants whose fathers are either killed in raids or in prison for terrorism offenses aimed at preventing them from becoming the next generation of Indonesian jihadists. (AP Photo/Binsar Bakkara)

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In this July 22, 2017, photo, Kartini Panggabean, top right, teaches at Al Hidayah Islamic Boarding School in Sei Mencirim, North Sumatra, Indonesia. Kartini and her husband former radical preacher Khairul Ghazali set up the school for the sons of Islamic militants whose fathers are either killed in raids or in prison for terrorism offenses aimed at preventing them from becoming the next generation of Indonesian jihadists. (AP Photo/Binsar Bakkara)

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In this July 22, 2017, photo, a student sits in a classroom at Al Hidayah Islamic Boarding School in Sei Mencirim, North Sumatra, Indonesia. Pupils at the boarding school are the sons of Islamic militants whose fathers were killed in police raids or are in prison for terrorism offenses. Former radical preacher Khairul Ghazali set founded the school to prevent the boys, who were ostracized and taunted at mainstream schools, from becoming the next generation of Indonesian jihadists. (AP Photo/Binsar Bakkara)

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The College of William & Mary is offering students stipends for its new "Social Justice and Diversity Fellows" program. (William & Mary/Twitter)

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A marker sits at the entrance to the Trinity College campus, Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2017, in Hartford, Conn. A former student is suing the private college after being suspended for cheating. The student, who graduated earlier this year, is seeking to use a pseudonym in the lawsuit to remain anonymous. Trinity's lawyer said allowing students to sue schools anonymously over disciplinary matters would create a "groundswell" of litigation. (AP Photo/Dave Collins)

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People walk on the Trinity College campus, Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2017, in Hartford, Conn. A former student is suing the private college after being suspended for cheating. The student, who graduated earlier this year, is seeking to use a pseudonym in the lawsuit to remain anonymous. Trinity's lawyer said allowing students to sue schools anonymously over disciplinary matters would create a "groundswell" of litigation. (AP Photo/Dave Collins)

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"If my work in education over the last three decades has taught me anything, it's that parents and local leaders — not Washington bureaucrats — know best," said Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. (Associated Press/File)

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FILE- In this July 28, 2016 file photo, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt. and his wife Jane walk through downtown in Philadelphia during the final day of the Democratic National Convention. An economic development official says a financial services company had considering buying some of a now-defunct college’s lakefront property while Jane Sanders was president of the school. Burlington College closed last year after struggling under the weight of its $10 million purchase of property and buildings from the Roman Catholic Diocese of Burlington in 2010 during Jane Sanders' presidency. (AP Photo/John Minchillo, File)

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Jenly Deiter, co-owner of Iron City Circus Arts, hangs from a trapeze while teaching a class on Tuesday, June 27, 2017 in Pittsburgh's South Side neighborhood. (Alex Driehaus/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette via AP)

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FILE - In this July 26, 2017 file photo, Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner speaks during a news conference on the first day of a special session on education funding at the state Capitol, in Springfield, Ill. A proposal to change how Illinois distributes school money is locked up in a fight between the Democrat-majority Legislature and Republican Gov. Rauner. (Justin Fowler/The State Journal-Register via AP File)

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FILE - In this Friday, Aug. 24, 2007 file photo, Brian Draper reads a statement to the court during his sentencing in Pocatello, Idaho. Draper and Torey Adamcik, who were convicted of killing a high school classmate in eastern Idaho, have been sentenced to life in prison without parole. Draper and Adamcik were 16 when they videotaped themselves planning the murder of 17-year-old Cassie Jo Stoddart. She was stabbed to death in 2006. (Doug Lindley/The Idaho State Journal via AP)

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In this Oct. 15, 2014 photo provided by the Mississippi Department of Corrections shows Luke Woodham, held at the Mississippi State Penitentiary in Parchman, Miss. He was convicted of three counts of murder in the stabbing death of his mother and the shooting deaths of two fellow students at Pearl High School in October 1997. Woodham was 16 at the time of the attack, which wounded seven others. Woodham, now 36, is among the juvenile lifers waiting to be resentenced. (Mississippi Department of Corrections via AP)

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FILE - In this Oct. 2, 1997, file photo, Luke Woodham, 16, exits the city's courtroom in Pearl, Miss. He was convicted of three counts of murder in the stabbing death of his mother and the shooting deaths of two fellow students at Pearl High School. Woodham, now 36, is a juvenile lifer waiting to be resentenced. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis, File)