Dallas ISD superintendent Dr. Michael Hinojosa said many people depend on large school districts in Texas, so schools will work to make sure they can stay open.
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Covid News: Study Finds Health Problems Can Persist Long After Infection, Even Among the Asymptomatic
The C.D.C. named Delta a “variant of concern” as it spreads through the U.S. California’s formal unwinding of pandemic rules is another signal of a national turn toward recovery.
Military lottery, scooter vandals, red tide: News from around our 50 states
Jail inmate elected to neighborhood council in D.C., New York’s Liberty Bell salvaged after church fire, and more ...
More evidence suggests COVID-19 was in US by Christmas 2019
The pandemic ... Bloomberg School of Public Health and the study's lead author. It can be difficult to distinguish antibodies that neutralize SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, from ...
6 Months Inside One of America’s Most Dangerous Industries
America’s slaughterhouses aren’t just killing animals The first time I stepped foot in the stack was late last October, after I had been working at the plant for more than four months. To find it, I ...
Another COVID side effect: Many kids head to summer school
Family Focus: Reinventing schools post-COVID-19 ... district in Anderson, South Carolina, has nearly doubled teachers’ summer school pay to $60 an hour. Teachers and nurses in Spring Branch ...
Mask Confusion and a Lesson on Privilege in Schools
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Vax After Dark, pandemic poem, Amtrak’s back: News from around our 50 states
In late July and early August, Floridians won’t have to pay sales taxes for school supplies ... 51,000 people have died of COVID-19 in Texas during the 15-month pandemic out of the more than ...
Biden confronts diverging political realities: The Note
The TIP with Alisa Wiersema In the waning days of the Texas legislative session, the fates of several major Republican-backed bills that echo parts of the national political discourse are in their ...
The New COVID Education Debate: Improve Remote Learning in the Fall — or Ban It?
Nevada education officials are considering whether or not to continue offering a remote learning option to students even after the spread of the coronavirus pandemic no longer necessitates it. Clark ...