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

Friday, July 31, 2020

As districts plan for a new school year in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, nurses are tasked with keeping students and staff healthy. Many want a stronger voice in decisions.

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'It's Very Daunting And Overwhelming': School Nurses On Preparing For The School Year

Thursday, July 30, 2020

School nurses are often the first line of health care for students. They are now working with their districts to help make plans for the upcoming school year — but some don't have much of a say.

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Ask Us Your Questions About Reopening Schools — We'll Find The Answers

Saturday, July 11, 2020

Share your questions about how schools and districts are planning for the next school year. NPR reporters will answer them.

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Lawmakers Call For Investigation After NPR Report On Troubled Student Loan Program

Thursday, December 05, 2019

NPR found the vast majority of student loan borrowers with disabilities aren't getting the debt relief they're owed. Now, a bipartisan group of lawmakers has asked for an investigation.

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A Dreaded Part Of Teachers' Jobs: Restraining And Secluding Students

Thursday, December 05, 2019

"It's a rare day where you don't get hurt." "I just never felt fully comfortable." Those are just a few of the things educators told NPR about their use of restraint and seclusion in classrooms.

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Student Loan Borrowers With Disabilities Aren't Getting Help They Were Promised

Wednesday, December 04, 2019

Hundreds of thousands of borrowers are eligible to have their student loans erased because a disability keeps them from working. NPR found many will likely never get the debt relief they're owed.

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Federal Judge Upholds Harvard's Race-Conscious Admissions Process

Tuesday, October 01, 2019

The advocacy group Students for Fair Admissions says it will appeal the decision, which means the fate of race-conscious admissions could once again end up in the hands of the Supreme Court.

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WATCH: Kangaroos Discover Snow

Monday, August 12, 2019

In Southeastern Australia, a troop of marsupials is giving new meaning to the word "frolic."

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Thousands Of Guns Turned Over To New Zealand Police In Buyback Program

Monday, August 12, 2019

Following the March attack on two mosques in Christchurch, officials banned a range of guns. Thousands have been turned in to police.

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Simone Biles Earns 6th U.S. All-Around Gymnastics Title With Historic Triple-Double

Monday, August 12, 2019

The reigning world champion is the first woman to stick the landing after two flips and three full twists. Biles also made history by performing a double-double dismount off the balance beam Friday.

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'I'm Drowning': Those Hit Hardest By Student Loan Debt Never Finished College

Thursday, July 18, 2019

Some of the people struggling the most to pay back their debt are the millions of students who took out student loans but never finished a degree.

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Student Debt Forgiveness Sounds Good. What Might Happen If The Government Did It?

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

It could boost the economy, but experts say that not all plans to wipe out student debt increase racial and economic equity.

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Starbucks Apologizes To Police Officers Who Were Asked To Leave An Arizona Store

Sunday, July 07, 2019

Police in the city of Tempe say a barista asked them to leave or move away from a customer who "did not feel safe" with officers nearby.

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Trump Says He Won't Work With British Diplomat Who Called Him 'Inept'

Sunday, July 07, 2019

Ambassador Kim Darroch paints Trump as incompetent and his administration as "diplomatically clumsy," in memos to the Foreign Office and leaked to the Daily Mail. Trump says the diplomat isn't liked.

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Educators: Have You Used Restraint And Seclusion In School? Tell Us About It

Monday, July 01, 2019

NPR wants to hear from educators about how these methods are used in schools.

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Did You Take Out Student Loans For A Degree You Never Finished?

Friday, June 28, 2019

Millions of people are paying back student loans for a degree they never got. If this sounds like you, we want to hear about your experiences.

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5 Arrested After Homophobic Attack On London Bus

Saturday, June 08, 2019

Melania Geymonat and her partner were beaten and bloodied by a group of males between 15 and 18 years old demanding that they kiss on a bus.

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Russian Investigative Journalist Placed On House Arrest For Alleged Drug Crimes

Saturday, June 08, 2019

Well-known investigative reporter Ivan Golunov was arrested for allegedly selling drugs, prompting an outcry in Moscow. The reporter and his supporters say he was framed.

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8 Student-Made Podcasts That Made Us Smile

Saturday, June 08, 2019

NPR received thousands of entries to its Student Podcast Challenge. These standout podcasts reminded us what it's like to be in middle and high school.

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The Town That Hanged An Elephant Is Now Working To Save Them

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

A team of high school students in Tennessee researched the century-old story of "Murderous Mary" and found a town eager for redemption. Their podcast is a winner in NPR's Student Podcast Challenge.

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