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Read: Major Cities Suspend In-Person Learning as COVID-19 Cases Rise

Major Cities Suspend In-Person Learning as COVID-19 Cases Rise

Detroit, Philadelphia, Newark, Boston and San Diego have switched to completely remote learning as coronavirus positivity rates increase.

Read: President-Elect Biden Announces COVID-19 Response Strategy

President-Elect Biden Announces COVID-19 Response Strategy

One aspect of Biden’s COVID-19 response strategy is to fix the PPE problems “for good.”

Read: Watch: Security Camera Captures High Winds Tearing Off School Roof

Watch: Security Camera Captures High Winds Tearing Off School Roof

The damage to Ancient Lakes Elementary School was caused by a series of microbursts of wind.

Read: Why Audio Is So Important in the Age of COVID-19

Why Audio Is So Important in the Age of COVID-19

During the coronavirus pandemic, it is wise for everyone to follow social distancing guidelines and wear masks. Audio solutions can help convey safety messages about these protocols.

Read: Duquesne University’s New Classroom Audio Enables Hybrid Learning

Duquesne University’s New Classroom Audio Enables Hybrid Learning

The new conferencing systems provide Duquesne University the ability to shift from in-person lectures to a hybrid learning model.

Read: Teachers Unions Report COVID-19 Safety Violations by Schools

Teachers Unions Report COVID-19 Safety Violations by Schools

Members in Wisconsin say they are being told not to report COVID-19 safety issues. Members in West Virginia are filing grievances.

Read: High COVID-19 Positivity Rate Prompts NYC Mayor to Propose Closure of Schools, Businesses in 9 Zip Codes

High COVID-19 Positivity Rate Prompts NYC Mayor to Propose Closure of Schools, Businesses in 9 Zip Codes

New York Governor Cuomo also expressed concern about the lack of COVID-19 testing in the state’s schools.

Read: Judge Dismisses Class Action Lawsuit Against University Over Tuition Refunds

Judge Dismisses Class Action Lawsuit Against University Over Tuition Refunds

The judge ruled that the Northeastern University’s contract didn’t promise in-person classes.

Read: House Party Forces Massachusetts High School to Switch to Distance Learning

House Party Forces Massachusetts High School to Switch to Distance Learning

The party was attended by 50-60 students, many of whom weren’t wearing face coverings or practicing physical distancing.

Read: Colleges Continue Struggle to Contain COVID-19

Colleges Continue Struggle to Contain COVID-19

Quarantines and cancelling spring break are just some of the ways campuses are trying to stem the spread of the coronavirus.

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