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Clinton, Bush, Obama say they’ll get vaccinated

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Vaccines against Covid-19 are making their way through government regulatory agencies; the 3 living former presidents say they're ready.

Fla. schools must plan to catch remote students up

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Schools in Fla. must offer families a choice of continued e-learning through next semester. More choices must be offered if students fall behind.

Heartbreak as remote learning drags us down

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Math scores drop this year as students use more remote learning. Mental health issues increase. Also, eat healthy at home.

Student news roundup, Illinois, Nov. 30

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Creative arts during a pandemic, pause on winter sports, Thanksgiving activities, election volunteers, and a passion for equality.

Md. senator tries (again) to fully fund IDEA

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The IDEA, which provides federal funds to support students with disabilities, is 45. Congress has never fully funded it.

Judge denies request to force schools to reopen

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Special ed students are being denied important educational services when schools close; families fight back in court.

An Iowa City show choir goes virtual

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The 4th Ave. Jazz Co. show choir at Iowa City HS, like everything else at the school, faces a few weeks of virtual rehearsals.

Biden officially begins transition

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It took a little longer than usual, but as enough states certify their votes, the results of the election become clear, and Joe Biden gets to work.

Alton Sr. H.S. orchestra plays Bach

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An orchestra concert at Alton Sr HS in IL featured Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No. 3. The video ended just a tad short of the end.

Students vote on the voting system

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Maybe it's time to think about eliminating the role the Electoral College plays in our democracy, some N.C. students think.