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Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.: A Mixed-Income River Town (but a View Will Cost You)
Perched above the Hudson 20 miles north of Manhattan, Dobbs Ferry is denser than its neighbors and more diverse, with good schools and a wide spectrum of housing.
Celebrity Parents Share Touching First Day of School Photos, From Kindergarten to College
Even celebrities aren't immune to first day of school emotions.
China locks down a northwestern city to subdue a small outbreak.
The Chinese government ordered the northwestern city of Lanzhou locked down on Tuesday as officials carried out widespread testing to quash a small Covid-19 outbreak.
Covid outbreaks have shut more than 320 schools across NSW and Victoria in past three weeks
More than 300 schools across New South Wales and Victoria have closed down in the last three weeks due to Covid outbreaks, with the majority of students still due to return to classrooms.
Biden Announces New Reconciliation Deal That Slashes Bill Nearly in Half
President Joe Biden is trying to rally Democrats around a new reconciliation deal that would cut the topline of the Build Back Better Act by around half, and severely water down some of the bill's key proposals.
Opinion | Pre-K, Child Care and Other Priorities
Re " Among the Family Benefits Proposed by the Democrats, Which Deserves Priority? " (The Upshot, Oct. 14):
Newmark's Howard Lutnick Has Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma
Newmark Group chairman and CEO Howard Lutnick announced Monday that he has a "highly treatable" non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
California accounts for 12% of U.S. students but only 1% of COVID school closures - The San Francisco Examiner
California accounts for 12% of U.S. students but only 1% of COVID school closures
More protection may be needed if cases begin to climb again
Pandemic learning loss is real and kids need help to catch up, education experts say | CBC News
Every summer, children forget some of what they learned during the previous school year, but now experts are warning that because of school closures and other disruptions during the COVID-19 pandemic, students will have a lot more lost learning to make up for.
WAA transforms Beijing warehouses into a playscape for sensory learning
A playful network of large pipes containing walkways and bridges wraps around this children's community centre in Beijing by local practice We Architech Anonymous (WAA), housed in a series of refurbished 1970s industrial buildings.