CNN Student News - December 11, 2015

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December 11, 2015

Yesterday, President Obama signed a law that replaces No Child Left Behind. We'll tell you what will stay the same and what won't for U.S. schools -- and how many students could be affected. Also included this Friday: an in-depth report on encryption technology, which raises questions about both privacy and security. And after announcing the recipients of the 2015 Nobel Prize for Chemistry, we're taking a look at the subject they researched: our DNA.
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TRANSCRIPT
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WEEKLY NEWSQUIZ
1. From what part of the White House did President Obama recently make a prime-time address about the issue of terrorism?
2. What former U.S. president, who served from 1977-1981, recently announced that he was cancer-free, following his treatment for the disease?
3. The U.S. Justice Department is investigating the police force of what U.S. city, following days of demonstrations over a video that showed the shooting of a 17-year-old?
4. In U.S. law, a peremptory challenge may be used in the selection of what?
5. What bacteria, which can be found in the intestines of healthy animals, has been linked to Chipotle restaurants in nine states?
6. For the first time, authorities declared a red alert for hazardous pollution in what Asian city?
7. In what nation did an opposition party win a major victory in recent elections, strongly defeating the party of President Nicolas Maduro?
8. What is the only U.S. state to officially recognize a state spider?
9. Who was named as TIME Magazine's 2015 Person of the Year?
10. Name the 2002 law that was just replaced by the Every Student Succeeds Act.
CNN Student News is created by a team of journalists who consider the Common Core State Standards, national standards in different subject areas, and state standards when producing the show.
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