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  • Education We've been to school. We know how education works. Right? In fact, many aspects of learning — in homes, at schools, at work and elsewhere — are evolving rapidly, along with our understanding of learning. Join us as we explore how learning happens.

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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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    Randi Weingarten, the president of the American Federation of Teachers, says the union would support "safety strikes" by teachers if safety measures are not met when schools are set to reopen in the fall. Cliff Owen/AP hide caption

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    Can Online Learning Be Better This Fall? These Educators Think So

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    Eliza Chikoti, 24, is a mentor to high school girls in Malawi. She is helping girls through their personal problems amid the pandemic — and encouraging them to stay in school. Anke Adams hide caption

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    Girls, Has The Pandemic Made You Think Of Quitting School? Call Your Mentor

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    Students who attend the summer enrichment program in Jennings, Mo., have their temperature taken upon arrival. Ryan Delaney/St. Louis Public Radio hide caption

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    Here's How Back To School Might Look In The New Normal

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    President Donald Trump speaks during a news conference Thursday at the White House. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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    In Reversal, Trump Says Schools In Coronavirus Hot Spots Should Delay Reopening

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    Families Of Children With Special Needs Are Suing In Several States. Here's Why.

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    School buses sit parked at a lot in Marietta, Ga., in March. Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp has pushed for students to return to school in the fall, but the state's largest system, in Gwinnett County, has decided on all-virtual learning. Elijah Nouvelage/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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    As Georgia Governor Calls To Reopen Schools, Largest District Will Teach Online Only

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    Colleges Spent Months Planning For Fall, But A COVID-19 Surge Is Changing Everything

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    An unidentified young man wears his hair in dreadlocks in this file photo. A Texas school district won't change its policy on long hair — effectively continuing a de facto ban on dreadlocks, attorneys for suspended students told NPR. Marc Romanelli/Getty Images hide caption

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    When Can Kids Go Back To School? Leaders Say 'As Soon As It's Safe'

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