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Pandemic Teacher Shortages Imperil In-Person Schooling

As exposure to the coronavirus forced thousands of teachers across the United States to stay home and quarantine this winter, administrators in the Washoe County School District, which serves 62,000 students in western Nevada, pulled out all the stops to…

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Where Teachers Are Eligible for the COVID-19 Vaccine

Coronavirus vaccines are now rolling out across the country, and health-care workers and older people have been among the first to get their shots. Teachers and other school staff members are also on many priority lists, and efforts are well…

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New Mexico reopens classrooms to some students after halt

Classrooms in some New Mexico schools were scheduled on Monday to allow in-person education for the first time this semester. In-person classes were temporarily suspended by the state for two weeks earlier this month to prevent a feared increase in…

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Capitol Riot Becomes Civics Lessons in Schools

At the start of class, Logan Ridenour reminded the high school juniors of the ground rules for discussing the Capitol riot: Everyone is entitled to their own opinion and everyone should be a respectful listener. Mr. Ridenour, a social sciences…

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