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The majority of the more than 1 million public school students will be in the classroom one to three days a week and learning remotely the rest of the time. Before the latest delay, teacher Chloe Davis had spent last week bracing to welcome her fourth-grade class at PS 536,

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Opening and shutting schools will be worse for kids than sticking to an online-only format, so what will it take to keep school doors open?

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Fi hotspots on campuses to help students who don't have internet access at home. The hotspots in Lauderdale County will be in school parking lots, and each student will need a password, the Meridian Star reported.

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Cody Bellinger, Mookie Betts and Gavin Lux homered and the Los Angeles Dodgers set a season high for runs, romping past the Colorado Rockies 15-6 to move closer to clinching their eighth straight NL West title.

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A high school in a south Georgia county is stopping in-person instruction for 10 days because of high numbers of COVID-19 exposures.

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Officials say a school counselor at a central Kentucky Army post that started in-person classes in August died this week after being diagnosed with the coronavirus.

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The Minnesota State High School League has taken a hit as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, leaving member schools to deal with the consequences.

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Under bright blue skies, nearly 2,000 students gathered this month for the start of school at Hanyang No. 1 High School in Wuhan, the Chinese city where the coronavirus first emerged.

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Connecticut’s top public health official says an hourslong meeting Friday with the organization overseeing high school sports failed to convince her that a fall football season should go forward.

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Privacy will be the watchword if schools get hit with COVID-19 cases and it will be up to health officials to deal with the media or inform parents. And that’s just fine for School District 43 . . .

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