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After Months Of Special Education Turmoil, Families Say Schools Owe Them

Special education services were severely disrupted when schools closed in spring 2020. In many places, they have yet to fully resume. Now, families are demanding schools take action.

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After Months Of Special Education Turmoil, Families Say Schools Owe Them

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A David Bowie Painting That Sold For $4 At A Thrift Store Is Now Up For Auction

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Celebrating Juneteenth And Black Music Month With Classical Classics

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Christina Campos, administrator of the Guadalupe County Hospital, says the community has been hit with several large outbreaks of the virus, most recently in May, which has bolstered vaccination rates. Kirk Siegler/NPR hide caption

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Despite Odds Stacked Against It, New Mexico's Vaccination Rate Is Near The Top

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The Senate on Tuesday confirmed to the Federal Trade Commission 32-year-old Lina Khan, a prominent critic of Big Tech and favorite among progressives. Graeme Jennings/AP hide caption

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Lina Khan, Prominent Big Tech Critic, Will Lead The FTC

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