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Education

Kids are losing school days to quarantines. Here's a way to keep them in classrooms

Test-to-stay policies could help keep students in in-person school. But amid a national shortage, rapid tests can be hard to come by, and the practice isn't common.

Miami's new Police Chief Art Acevedo speaks to the media during his introduction at City Hall on March 15, 2021 in Miami, Florida. Acevedo left his job as police chief in Houston, Texas to take over Miami's police department. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Once hailed as 'the best police chief in America,' Art Acevedo is suspended in Miami

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