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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.

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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