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Harvard Will Hold All Classes Remotely for 2020-21 School Year With No Change in Tuition

Students at Harvard University will be feeling the effects of coronavirus going into the fall semester as the Ivy League school announced that all of its classes would be held remotely. Read more now.
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Teachers May Have to Prioritize Subjects, Adjust Curriculum to Account for Student Learning Loss

School districts across the country are still figuring out how to safely reopen in the fall while also trying to account for different degrees of student learning loss.
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Will Parents Have to Choose Between Jobs and Kids if Schools Don't Reopen?

As coronavirus cases continue to spike across the country, many schools are grappling with what reopening will look like when school starts back up again in the fall.
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COVID-19 Cancel Your Summer Internship? Get Creative to Beef Up Your College Application

High school students often rely on summer internships, athletics, jobs or other learning opportunities to build their college applications — but many of those programs have been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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What Parents Need to Know About Kids Going Back to School Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic

Sending all children back to school can be nerve-wracking due to the coronavirus pandemic. Here is what parents need to school when their child’s school reopens.
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13-Year-Old Boy Earns His Fourth Associates Degree

13-year-old Jack Rico can’t yet legally drink or drive, but he does have four college degrees to show off. The teenager earned an associates degree from Fullerton College this week, bringing his grand total to four.
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1 in 5 Teachers Unlikely to Return When Schools Reopen in the Fall: Poll

Most people across the country expect schools to reopen in the fall, but a new poll found a handful of teachers, and students will likely not return.
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Families Raise Money for School Janitors Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

While schools across the country remain closed, custodial staff still have to go in to make sure that everything is clean. Families raised money for school janitors amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Zoom CEO Offers Free Tools for Schools Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Eric Yuan, the CEO of Zoom, is making sure schools have the opportunity to sign up to free accounts for his video conferencing software. See the details.
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Principal Demands Female Students Send Photos of Prom Dresses for Approval

A high school principal is demanding female students submit photos of their prom dressses for approval before purchasing them. Many believe the mandate has crossed the line and that parents should be the ones approving the outfits.
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