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Teacher Alisha Morris created an interactive tracker of coronavirus in schools, current through Aug. 23, including this map, created by another volunteer. The National Education Association will now take on updates to the database. US schools tracker/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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How Many Coronavirus Cases Are Happening In Schools? This Tracker Keeps Count

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Moesha Enemies
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Star Eyes Charlie Parker & Charlie Parker Quartet
Summertime Charlie Parker

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe speaks during a ceremony at the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park on Aug. 6 to mark the 75th anniversary of the U.S. atomic attack. Abe announced his resignation Thursday. Eugene Hoshiko/AP hide caption

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Japan's Shinzo Abe Is Stepping Down As Prime Minister

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Philonise Floyd, right, brother of George Floyd, gets ready to march from the Lincoln Memorial to the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, during the March on Washington on Friday. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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Civil Rights Lawyer And George Floyd's Brother On 'Painful' 2020 March On Washington

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Degrees of Light Taylor McFerrin

Shirley Darkeh with her son, Ayim Darkeh, at Shirley's 85th birthday celebration at a church on Long Island last year. Courtesy of Ayim Darkeh hide caption

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From The School Bus To The Hospital, A Doctor's Experiences With Racism

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The five largest fires in California history have occurred since 2003, a sign that climate change is making extreme wildfires more frequent. Josh Edelson/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Everything Is Unprecedented. Welcome To Your Hotter Earth

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Leaf Encoder Okami (Ọ)
Necrology The Cinematic Orchestra
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Several influenza vaccines have been made in the form of a nasal spray, instead of an injection. The sprays confer two kinds of immunity to the recipient but can be difficult technologically to make. Tim Sloan /AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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What A Nasal Spray Vaccine Against COVID-19 Might Do Even Better Than A Shot

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