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In Their Own Words: Why Experts Say Elementary Schools Should Open

Scientists and doctors who study infectious disease in children largely agreed, in a recent New York Times survey about school openings, that elementary school students…

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He Won a Varsity Letter at 16. He Finally Got It When He Was 79.

He was a skinny high school student who had asthma, a high-pitched voice and effeminate mannerisms. He kept his distance from football players, who he…

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Trump 2.0 Looks an Awful Lot Like Trump 2020

Bret Stephens: I don’t know about you, Gail, but watching Donald Trump’s speech at the CPAC conference in Orlando brought to mind that Michael Corleone…

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As School Closures Near First Anniversary, a Diverse Parent Movement Demands Action

Rich Askey, president of the Pennsylvania State Education Association, the state’s largest teachers’ union, said, “The science has not been clear enough about the spread…

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As School Closures Near First Anniversary, a Diverse Parent Movement Demands Action

Rich Askey, president of the Pennsylvania State Education Association, the state’s largest teachers’ union, said, “The science has not been clear enough about the spread…

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