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Education

Students with disabilities have a right to qualified teachers — but there's a shortage

When schools can't find a licensed special education teacher, they hire people who are willing to do the job, but lack the training. It's a practice that concerns some special education experts.

Media

JAMA appoints new editor-in-chief

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JAMA appoints new editor-in-chief

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As Title 42 is set to be lifted by the Biden administration next month, more Democrats are expressing concern that the White House doesn't have enough of a plan to handle the fallout. Eugene Garcia/AP hide caption

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As Biden plans to lift Title 42, Democrats want details on how he'll address influx

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Ukrainian band DakhaBrakha delivers an urgent message to U.S. audiences

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