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Brittany Schwaigert with her husband, Ryan, 13-year-old Greyson (far right) and 10-year-old Lachlan. Schwaigert is a lead plaintiff in a class action lawsuit challenging the Tennessee governor's opt-out policy on masks. Brittany Schwaigert hide caption

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Makiyah Hicks and Jonetta Harrison in front of their high school, Duke Ellington School of the Arts, in Washington, D.C. They are finalists in this year's NPR Student Podcast Challenge for their entry "Loss and Transformation." Dee Dwyer for NPR hide caption

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These Students Grew Up Around Gun Violence. They Decided It Was Time To Talk About It.

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The city of Long Beach sets up COVID-19 vaccination and testing site at the California State University, Long Beach. More than 800 colleges and universities have now adopted COVID-19 vaccination requirements for their students and staff to be able to return to campus. Patrick T. Fallon/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Culver City High School quarterback Zevi Eckhaus participates in the first official football practice in February after an 11-month shutdown due to COVID-19. The Culver City Unified School District is developing a plan for those who do not comply with a vaccination mandate for students. Jason Armond/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images hide caption

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Student wear facemasks as they attend their first day in school after summer vacation at the St. Lawrence Catholic School north of Miami on Wednesday. Chandan Khanna/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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After losing several family members to COVID-19, Paullette Healy says she isn't ready to send her son back into classrooms this fall. Laylah Amatullah Barrayn for NPR hide caption

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High schoolers Ethan Lincoln, Kaylee King and Jamin Crow's podcast about their experiences subsistence hunting is a finalist in the NPR Student Podcast Challenge. The students are pictured here at the KYUK radio transmitter site in Bethel, Alaska. Katie Basile/KYUK hide caption

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When Schools Shut Down In Alaska, These Students Went Moose Hunting

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