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A shortage of school bus drivers for the Boston Public Schools has led to some delays this month. Gov. Charlie Baker is calling up National Guard members to help alleviate the shortage in some areas of the state. David L. Ryan/The Boston Globe via Getty Images hide caption

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Demonstrators calling on people to wear masks gather outside school district headquarters in Marietta, Ga., last week. A recent review at pandemic data finds requiring masks, capping the size of gatherings and instituting certain bar, gym and restaurant restrictions are all strategies that can help stop a surge in COVID-19 hospitalizations. Mike Stewart/AP hide caption

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Even Moderate COVID Restrictions Can Slow The Spread Of The Virus — If They're Timely

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Kindergartner Allyson Zavala joined with other students and school superintendent Austin Buetner for a class selfie in April inside teacher Alicia Pizzi's classroom at Maurice Sendak Elementary School in North Hollywood, Calif. Robert Gauthier/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images hide caption

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How To Keep Your Child Safe From The Delta Variant

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Despite the challenges, distance learning can work well for some students with ADHD, researchers say. Some of those who aren't around peers are finding it easier to focus. Imgorthand/Getty Images hide caption

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Remote Learning's Distractions Put Extra Pressure On Students With ADHD

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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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