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‘We need to be visible’: Why one Detroit teacher hit the streets to protest police brutality

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After George Floyd killing, Carranza asks NYC educators to meet ‘the pain and struggle of this moment’

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Colorado schools could be allowed classes of 20 to 25 by fall, Gov. Polis predicts

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Face masks, no outdoor recess: What Newark schools might look like this fall

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Cuomo said camps can reopen June 29, but programs for thousands of low-income New Yorkers might not have the funding 

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Proposal to revamp Tennessee reading instruction halted amid economic crisis and legislative power struggle

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‘They know what they see’: Chicago educators reach out to students about racism, police brutality after George Floyd’s death

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SCS, YMCA partnership will expand Memphis summer food program to 60,000 meals a day

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As protests continue, Denver to start conversation about role of police in schools

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Detroit district cuts ties with a local popcorn company whose owner made controversial remarks about protesters

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Here’s how NYC students and teachers are making sense of George Floyd’s killing

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Protests, donations, lesson plans: How the education world is responding to George Floyd’s killing

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Summer school plans are coming into focus for Detroit schools

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As preschools struggle to survive, NYC leaders call for a financial lifeline

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Charter schools cancel class to offer time to grieve, reflect after George Floyd’s killing

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Yes, these Colorado educators are opening new schools during a pandemic and a recession

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