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The Columbus Telegram 04 Mar 2021
Online beekeeping class in March. LYONS -- Nebraskans interested in learning about the role and importance of bees are invited to a beekeeping workshop hosted by the Center for Rural Affairs. This free event will be offered in English and Spanish. “Explore Beekeeping” will occur online, from 6-8 p.m.
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Diabetes as a leading risk factor for kidney disease

The Star Democrat 04 Mar 2021
... learn if testing and other treatments are right for them.”. The “Are You the 33%?” campaign urges T2D patients and everyone with a risk factor to learn more by taking a simple, one-minute online quiz at MinuteForYourKidneys.org, available in both English and Spanish.
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COVID: Gov. Newsom pitches school reopening in Palo Alto

East Bay Times 02 Mar 2021
Gavin Newsom read to kids in a Palo Alto elementary classroom Tuesday where he pitched the plan he hatched a day earlier with legislative leaders to speed reopening of other public schools throughout the state whose students could remain stuck in online-only distance learning for months.
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Italy closes schools in worst-hit coronavirus areas

The National 02 Mar 2021
Under the decree signed by Prime Minister Mario Draghi and effective from March 6, primary school classes in red zones - those with the toughest restrictions - will from now on be held online. Distance learning was already mandatory for high school students in these areas.
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COVID: Newsom, lawmakers reach school reopening deal

Santa Cruz Sentinel 02 Mar 2021
Schools also would have to provide in-person learning in small cohorts to the most vulnerable students in transitional kindergarten through 12th grade — those with disabilities, who lack internet access, English learners, foster and homeless youth — and to offer online-only learning for all kids as and option.
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P.E.I. schools prepared for remote learning, hope to return to the classroom

CBC 01 Mar 2021
Officials at both the English and French school boards on P.E.I. say they are prepared to move to online learning if needed but are hopeful students can return to the classroom after the three-day shutdown ... .
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With VPNs and fancy dress, Myanmar youth fight 'turning back of the clock'

The Observer 28 Feb 2021
At street protests and online, the younger generation have made their defiance clear ... Protests have been livestreamed on social media, with placards, often written in English, read widely by international audiences ... Myo learned English online from movies and songs, not through the education system, which he says is broken.
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Online learning programs extended to end of June in North Shore schools

North Shore News 27 Feb 2021
“It really is good news,” said Shirlee Law, a North Vancouver mom whose son Ollie has been learning online in the program since September ... He added some English Language Learner students who are learning online are now receiving some additional ELL support.
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Chambersburg students will return to school part-time as COVID-19 trends improve

Herald Mail 25 Feb 2021
Half of the student population will go to school Monday and Tuesday and participate in distance learning Thursday and Friday, and the other half will follow the opposite schedule. Wednesday will be an online learning support day ... If things are going well, they will discuss moving at least some students to four days a week of in-person learning.
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For parents of Fall River-area special needs kids, pandemic means isolation, added stress

The Herald News 24 Feb 2021
As local school districts planned their reopening for this past fall, many focused on bringing the highest needs students back to in-person learning, spending four days a week in-person while their peers without disabilities are still fully remote or only in-person for a few days each week ... Fall River teachers navigate remote learning challenges.
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Sterling Heights library highlights tutoring, other services amid pandemic

C&G News 23 Feb 2021
But even when the building is at max capacity, it continues to serve the public with a variety of online services, including free one-on-one tutoring for students and adults ... The language-learning software offers access both to foreign language courses and English as a second language courses taught in the user’s native tongue.
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COVID-19 pandemic taking a toll on Ontario school principals, survey suggests

North Shore News 23 Feb 2021
The government also noted that it invested $54 million dollars into hiring principals and vice-principals for virtual schools and administrative staffing support for remote learning. People for Education said its survey was sent to schools in the fall of 2020 and could be completed online in both English and French ... 23, 2021 ... .
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Oral History: Indigenous linguists use endangered language to connect Wampanoag members to their roots

Cape Cod Times 22 Feb 2021
While the site and other online technologies utilized by the Wôpanâak Language Reclamation Project provide an alternative to in-person learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, they have also sparked an increased interest among tribal households wanting to learn the language.

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