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            Remote learning has pitfalls, but we can still help students be successful in this challenging time

            Even when faced with major disruptions in learning, children are resilient and tend to catch up in skill development if they have a supportive environment later.

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            A Chicago principal asks: ‘What is school without a school?’

            Parents and school districts are talking about moving forward, "transitioning to remote learning," as if that is a real thing we had planned for.

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            As a doctor, how do I tell a black family of five, struck by the virus, to ‘social distance’ in a two-bedroom apartment?

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            In this strange unfolding April, I’ll miss John Prine more than ever — and cherish his music

            Steve Goodman died in 1984, and now we’ve lost Prine. When I listen to their music, I recall the places I haunted, the people I met and those I lost. I also find time to smile.

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            No room for the blame game during COVID-19 pandemic

            Health and safety threats from the pandemic, economic tragedy, shelter-in-place orders and a palpable sense of unease are creating a blame game and backlash against Asian Americans and Jews.

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            When white America catches a cold, black America catches pneumonia

            Black people will continue to die at disproportionally higher rates than white Americans as a result of COVID-19. It is imperative that black Americans remain hypervigilant.

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            Getting ‘mean’ with Grampy in these days of a pandemic

            ‘We love Mimi and Grampy very much,’ my daughter told my grandaughter. ‘But we want to make sure they follow directions to stay 上海11选5走势图 and not risk exposure to the virus."

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            What we must do to beat COVID-19 now and forever, with a big boost from technology

            The U.S. is not doing enough to harness smartphone apps and other technology to defeat the pandemic.

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            Words of wisdom about COVID-19 that Bill Gates did NOT write

            Fourteen lessons to help us carry on during the coronavirus pandemic, written by somebody — but not Bill

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            Why we didn’t go canoeing today

            We paused. Something felt wrong. We sat on the kitchen floor, surrounded by all our canoeing gear, and asked ourselves whether even this plan was appropriate in the time of coronavirus.

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            Essential workers are serving our country上海11选5走势图 during a pandemic. They deserve better pay and benefits

            It is shameful that so many workers who are now deemed essential — bus drivers, custodians, grocery store workers — are some of the lowest-paid in our economy.

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            Our children will need much more than remote learning to get back on track in school

            Summer school, longer school days and a longer year should all be on the table. We also need a plan to close the digital divide.

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            I’m a parent and a teacher. Remote learning should worry us all

            Even with a master’s degree in education and 16 years in the field, I know I am only half as adequate as my children’s actual teachers.

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            It’s a bad idea for journalists to censor Trump – instead, they can help the public identify what’s true or false

            Some television networks have started cutting away from Trump’s daily briefings, saying the events are no more than campaign rallies, and that he is spreading falsehoods that endanger the public.

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            Jails and prisons could become coronavirus disaster

            We must act quickly. We urge officials to promptly release detainees who can be released safely.

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            Cook County Jail is a ticking time bomb for detainees during this pandemic

            There is no luxury of time here. People in jail simply because they do not have financial resources should be released.

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            Coronavirus: As after Chicago Fire, we will need a time of “Great Rebuilding”

            We must all mobilize with the spirit of the Great Rebuilding to persevere during these difficult times and protect working people from future disasters.

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            We need effective national standards for service animals

            The time for public comment on proposed amendments to the Air Carrier Access Act service animal rule has ended with no promise that the amendments will remedy a bad situation.

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            Nature can help restore us as we deal with coronavirus

            One study after another documents nature’s positive effects on physical and mental health for people of all ages and backgrounds.

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            Make the post-coronavirus world better

            This tragedy is showcasing how unprepared we are for the future

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            Coronavirus: Everything is more complicated than we first assume

            I’ve come to terms with this pandemic and understand the need for isolation.

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            Going for a quiet walk can help get us through coronavirus crisis

            This simple, free activity can serve as an anchor for people of all demographic groups regardless of fitness level.

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            Past leaders showed how to deal with crises

            Today, we expect government to provide leadership.

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            Pharmacies, groceries, gas stations are first responders, too

            Small kindnesses and comfort matter more than ever.

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            In coronavirus fight, side with the scientists

            In the contest of experts on COVID-19, I’m putting all my chips on Dr. Anthony Fauci’s square.

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            Toni Preckwinkle: We are one Cook County, one people, in fighting the coronavirus

            How we help and support one another now will define this chapter in our history.

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            If we want everybody to stay 上海11选5走势图 during a coronavirus crisis, we need deep change to make that possible

            As we pursue an end to the COVID-19 crisis, we can’t avoid a national conversation about why we were so woefully unprepared for it.

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            How closing schools to ward off the corona virus hits low income kids hardest

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            Years later, regretting an impatient, unfeeling question

            I have lived enough years and attained an age where I understand more about the refuge and serenity a cottage and lake provided my father.

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            It’s time to switch to electric vehicles

            New, clean transportation technology will create new jobs and provide high-paying opportunities across the state.

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            Why Chicago’s 4th Congressional District — those ‘earmuffs’ — are about fairness and not gerrymandering

            The district was drawn to give Latinos a chance to elect someone of their choosing, not for cynical partisan gain or to dilute the vote of African Americans.

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            Joe Biden better talk honestly with Bernie Sanders supporters about socialism

            Republicans will weaponize "socialism" to win the election, but the idea of a more egalitarian society is at the heart of the middle-class promise and the Democratic agenda.