News, 3/3

Breaking news for U.S. News & World Report, March 3, 2021.

Brazil Reports Record High One-Day Coronavirus Death Toll

Society of Civil Engineers Gives U.S. Infrastructure ‘Mediocre’ C-Minus Grade

Massachusetts, West Virginia Allow Teachers to Get Coronavirus Vaccine

News, 7/24

Breaking news for U.S. News & World Report, July 24, 2020.

Face Masks Now Mandatory in Shops, Supermarkets, Transportation in England

Republican Governors See Approval Ratings Drop as Coronavirus Outbreak Worsens

Teachers Are Growing More Concerned About COVID-19 Exposure, Poll Finds

Massachusetts, D.C., Implement Travel Restrictions to Combat Coronavirus

News, 7/20

Breaking news for U.S. News & World Report, July 20, 2020.

India Marks One-Day Record With More Than 40K New Coronavirus Cases

SCOTUS Denies Democrats’ Push to Fast-Track Court Battles for Trump’s Finances

Florida Education Association Sues Gov. Ron DeSantis Over Order to Reopen Schools

News, 5/26

Breaking news for U.S. News & World Report, May 26, 2020.

U.K. Records Lowest Weekly Coronavirus Death Toll in Six Weeks

Cuomo: New York’s Long Island to Begin Reopening

1-in-5 Teachers Unlikely to Return to Schools if Reopened in the Fall, Poll Finds

Another Victim of the California Wildfires: Education

In California, Wildfires Disrupt Education

Thousands of Californians are being forced from their homes and hundreds of thousands more are without power as wildfires spread rapidly across the state, fueled by dry, windy conditions. Overshadowed by the threats to lives and landmarks and property, the fires are also disrupting things like local economies, the delivery of social services and education, with students increasingly missing more class time as a result.


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