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At Bellaire High School, in fall 2020, photographer and educator Rebecca Kiger had her students list questions for themselves that would become the basis for their personal photography projects.

Jessica Rosen, a junior at the Ohio school, wrote: "Do you want to grow up the way you were raised?"

She ended up making a book of pictures of her family, which "is about how everything is different now than when I was younger."

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The class of 2021 will have stories to tell for the rest of their lives - how their senior year, long-awaited, long-dreamt of, turned into something quite unexpected.

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As Republican lawmakers across the country advance state bills that would limit how public school teachers can discuss race in their classrooms, educators say the efforts are already having a chilling effect on their lessons.

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