Education We've been to school. We know how education works. Right? In fact, many aspects of learning — in homes, at schools, at work and elsewhere — are evolving rapidly, along with our understanding of learning. Join us as we explore how learning happens.

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Communities Are Trying To Help Working Parents Who Face A Child Care Gap

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Distance Learning Presents A Challenge For Students With ADHD

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Learning Curve: We Meet A Mother Of 4 As The School Year Begins

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The University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa makes up a sizeable portion of the city's population of roughly 100,000. Mayor Walt Maddox says losing an entire semester of school would be "economically disastrous for our community." Wesley Hitt/Getty Images hide caption

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Mayors Of College Towns Brace For The Economic Impact Of Remote Learning

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Mayors Of College Towns Face Economic Toll Of Remote Learning

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Learning Curve: One Las Vegas Family On Pivoting To Remote Learning

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With Virtual Rush, Fraternities And Sororities Race To Pitch More Than Parties

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How Universities Are Tackling The Spread Of COVID-19

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Zia Huballah, a junior at Emory University, is starting the fall semester online from her family's home outside Atlanta. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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As Virtual Learning Continues, Some Families Struggle With Sharing Tech

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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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A shopper walks past shelves of school supplies at a Target store in San Rafael, Calif. Preparing for both in-person and virtual learning has families budgeting for new school supplies and bigger purchases. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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A Confusing Back-To-School Season May Lead To Blockbuster Spending

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Student journalists Anna Pogarcic and Brandon Standley of UNC's Daily Tar Heel review a recent issue at their offices off campus. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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'We're Living The News': Student Journalists Are Owning The College Reopening Story

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Colleges Report More COVID-19 Cases As Students Return To Campus

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A sign on the ground at The Ohio State University reminds students to practice social distancing. The university has issued more than 200 interim suspensions to students linked to off-campus parties. Matthew Hatcher/Getty Images hide caption

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