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State representatives stand during the Pledge of Allegiance in the Iowa House chambers in Des Moines, Iowa, in June. Charlie Neibergall/AP hide caption

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Are You Watching Your State Lawmaker Elections? Here's Why You Should

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Virtual Education Is Impacting College Students' Access To Voting

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Andrew Marantz: What Happens When Fringe Conspiracy Theories Become Mainstream?

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Students chat on a lawn this fall at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. It's unclear how disruptions to campus life during the pandemic might affect student voter turnout on Election Day. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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Homecomings Go Virtual At Historically Black Colleges And Universities

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An employee adjusts desks in an empty classroom in New Delhi after schools there were closed in March. A new report finds 1 in 4 countries have either missed their planned school reopening date, or not yet set one. Yawar Nazir/Getty Images hide caption

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A statue of Confederate Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson stands behind cannons at the entrance to the barracks at Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Va. Superintendent J.H. Binford Peay III resigned Monday amid allegations that the school's culture was hostile to Black cadets. Steve Helber/AP hide caption

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In Fort Collins, Colorado State University has been running a robust wastewater testing program since the start of the fall semester. Researchers regularly collect samples from 17 sites across campus, including the Westfall Hall dormitory. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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Colleges Turn To Wastewater Testing In An Effort To Flush Out The Coronavirus

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'Peace Academy' Graduates Are Trained To Break Cycle Of Street Violence

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Virginia High School Senior Reflects On His School Year During The Pandemic

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University Of Texas Students Call For Removal Of Song Steeped In Racist History

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America's School Funding Crisis: Budget Cuts, Rising Costs And No Help In Sight

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Students at Hillsborough High School in Tampa, Fla., wait in line to have their temperatures checked on Aug. 31. According to an updated tracker, Florida is one of three states that will offer full-time, in-person learning to more than 75% of students by Election Day. Octavio Jones/Getty Images hide caption

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