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Hochul launches push for more school bus drivers amid national shortage | amNewYork
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California's job growth tripled the nation's, even as the Delta variant spread
California added jobs at three times the nation's rate last month as teachers returned to classrooms, entertainment venues reopened and summer vacationers traveled despite a spike in COVID-19 infections.
Alabama GOP governor draws primary challenger because she's too soft on yoga & trans rights
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey (R), one of the most conservative governors in the nation, is getting challenged in the primary because she's too soft on yoga, transgender civil rights, and critical race theory.
A Texas school district doesn't require masks. The state is suing the district anyway.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has sued nine more school districts over their masking rules. One of those districts says it doesn't mandate them.
Paris ISD's dress code mask mandate is no more
A Lamar County district court Tuesday issued a temporary restraining order against the Paris ISD's mask policy after the court sided with Texas AG Ken Paxton.
Over 2,900 students and DOE staffers get COVID-19 shots at school-based vax sites earlier this week | amNewYork
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Making an Offer on Beacon Hill condo in 2021 Boston Condos For Sale Ford Realty
In today's Boston Beacon Hill condo market, standing out as a buyer is critical.
Rhinebeck, N.Y.: A Historic Community With Cultural Amenities
With young families moving in, the Dutchess County town and the village at its center are increasingly lively - and increasingly pricey.
How One Principal Got Students Back to a Bronx Public School
Last year, 80 percent of students at Public School 5 and half its teachers learned and taught remotely.
Baltimore Schools Continue To Deal With Heat And No Air Conditioners
BALTIMORE (WJZ) WJZ reported two weeks ago at the start of school, there were 31 schools with early dismissals.
That number: down to 27 today as the district continues repairs and improvements.