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How The Coronavirus Has Upended College Admissions

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A photo posted to Twitter last week of a largely maskless crowd at North Paulding High School in Dallas, Ga., sparked a discussion about just how safe reopened Georgia schools really are. Twitter via AP hide caption

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At Least 97,000 Children Tested Positive For Coronavirus In Last 2 Weeks Of July

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Charo Woodcock cleans a classroom at McClelland Elementary School in June in Indianapolis. Students across Indiana are already back in school in a mix of in-person and online instruction. Darron Cummings/AP hide caption

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Indiana Education Head On Reopening Schools: Contact Tracing Is A 'Beast'

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Officials at North Paulding High School in Dallas, Ga have suspended in-person learning for at least two days following a cluster of virus cases was discovered at the school. Above a crowd of students packs a hallway on Aug. 4. Twitter via AP/AP hide caption

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NPR wants to hear your reaction to school plans this fall. Are you a parent, student, teacher, guardian, professor, school employee, day care worker, nanny, tutor, counselor? We want to hear from you about how your life is affected as schools begin to reopen. Massimo Ravera / Getty Images hide caption

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Due to the low COVID-19 infection rates across the state, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Friday that all New York school districts may reopen this fall. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Wiley James, 10, prepares a meal as part of an online cooking camp run by a chef in Austin, Texas. Ben James/NPR hide caption

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A Cooking Camp Chef's Recipe For Remote Education: Make It Ambitious

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Most Teachers Concerned About In-Person School; 2 In 3 Want To Start The Year Online

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Golden Daka participated in many events at Morehouse College, but the pandemic prevented him from giving his commencement speech as class valedictorian. Ross Gordon hide caption

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'Nothing Feels Tangible': Virtual Is New Reality For Grads Starting New Jobs

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Children in a pre-school class wear masks and sit at desks spaced apart during summer school sessions in Monterey Park, California. Frederic J. Brown/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The Virus Is Out Of Control, And Kids Are Headed Back To School Anyway

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College Fails

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Overwhelmed, Stressed, Scared: School Nurses Brace for the Fall Semester

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Colette Pierce Burnette is the president of Huston-Tillotson University in Austin, Texas. The HBCU is the oldest institution of higher learning in the state. Hadewumi hide caption

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HBCU President: 'I Slept Better' After Deciding On All Online Classes In The Fall

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Cesa Pusateri, 12, and her grandfather, Timothy Waxenfelter, principal of Quigley Catholic High School, leave with his collection of speech and debate books after the closure of the school in Baden, Pa., on June 8, 2020. According to the National Catholic Educational Association, at least 100 schools have announced in recent weeks that they won't reopen this fall. Jessie Wardarski/AP hide caption

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The Closure Of Catholic Schools Is 'Devastating,' Advocates Say

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The Most Popular High School Plays And Musicals

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A man studies on the San Diego State University campus on March 12. San Diego State is a part of the California State University system and will be subject to the new general education requirement. Gregory Bull/AP hide caption

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Cal State Approves New Graduation Requirement: Ethnic Studies Or Social Justice Class

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