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Will colleges’ shift to sustainable investing continue amid the pandemic?

Colleges were already weaning themselves off investments in fossil fuel companies and putting their money in greener businesses when the…

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Colleges could be on the hook to cover sports debt: Moody’s

Dive Brief:  Colleges with suspended fall sports seasons will likely provide financial support to their athletic departments to help cover…

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Justice Department says school resource officers could prevent school shootings

Dive Brief: A report released by the U.S. Department of Justice this week says school resource officers “may have a profound…

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More states including teachers on education boards

Dive Brief: Fourteen states now require that a teacher serve on their state board of education, according to an analysis…

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Survey: Most teachers to return, but worried about health

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Most Maine teachers intend to return to classrooms this fall, but they’re concerned about their health…

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Upset, anger as students handed grades for cancelled exams

LONDON (AP) — Thousands of school-leaving children in Britain were left distraught Thursday after being handed lower-than-expected grades, with many…

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Washington families say law hurts students with disabilities

SEATTLE (AP) — Three families in three Washington state have asked a judge to overturn emergency education rules they say…

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Wyoming announces COVID-19 testing program for teachers

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon announced Wednesday that teachers will be able to be tested for COVID-19…

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Parents scramble for child care as schools stay online

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico parents are scrambling to find child care as summer programs end and in-person…

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NYC mayor defends school opening timetable as concerns rise

NEW YORK (AP) — New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio held firm Thursday to plans to reopen the nation’s…

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