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San Jose Teachers Refuse To Return To The Classroom Citing

3 hours ago Cheryl Hurd reports. San Jose teachers said Friday that they are refusing to go back into the classroom next month until conditions are safe in this COVID-19 era, a …

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Teachers Reflect On A Year Of Covid: Students Struggling

4 hours ago Zachary Lauchli, a middle school music teacher at College Connection Academy in San Jose, arranged for each of his students to get a ukulele. Not only do they get to learn music, but they get to have fun — something in short supply for many households this year. Some teachers noted that distance learning has had some surprising upsides.

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San Jose Schools Spared Because Of COVID19 Pandemic – NBC

9 hours ago A handful of schools who were slated to close say they were saved by COVID-19. Damian Trujillo reports. Skip to content. Main Navigation. Search. Search for: Local. Weather Investigations

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COVID: Some California Colleges Going Back Online, Many

6 hours ago Many college students and faculty across the region from Santa Cruz to Palo Alto will return to online instruction after the holiday break and have to scramble to get booster vaccine shots after

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7 On Your Side Investigates: Why Don't Teachers Face The

1 hours ago For instance, in New York, students without a medical exemption must receive the measles vaccine to attend school. Healthcare workers generally face the same measles vaccination requirement at work.

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Colleges In 14 States Won't Require The Covid Vaccination

6 hours ago In Texas, public universities can’t require a vaccination, but private ones can. In Massachusetts, where colleges and universities can mandate Covid-19 vaccinations, 43 of more than 100 had agreed to do so by mid-May. In New York, public universities cannot allow for religious exemptions, while a majority of the state’s private universities

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Schools Must Open Even If There Is No Vaccine For COVID19

5 hours ago We must think of long and short terms as well. Vaccines for COVID-19 won’t come out so soon. It is not possible to close schools till there is a vaccine,” said Aung San Suu Kyi. Trial run of online teaching for teachers of new curriculum for Grade 4, 7 and 10 has started on May 11 using an online conferencing software Zoom.

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Professors Demand Transparency In COVID19 Vaccine Trials

Just Now Five Yale law, medicine and public health professors, along with a national team of scientists, signed an open letter last week addressed to U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar LAW ’91 calling for greater transparency in COVID-19 vaccine clinical trials.. The letter, which was written in collaboration with Yale Law School’s Media Freedom and …

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Why Vaccine Hesitancy Is Growing During A Deadly Pandemic

7 hours ago SAN JOSE, Calif. – We’re all desperate for a magic bullet that will restore our pre-COVID lives. But even some of science’s most ardent fans say they’re reluctant to …

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Less Than 1 Percent Of Students, Teachers Have COVID19

6 hours ago Less than 1 percent of teachers and students have become infected with COVID-19 since classes began, according to a new study. The new data from Brown University’s National COVID-19 School Re…

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Fact Check: Schools Do Not Require A COVID19 Vaccine For

8 hours ago Experts hope to have vaccine by late 2020, early 2021. Health officials have yet to approve a vaccine for American use. Dr. Anthony Fauci, …

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Schools Struggle With Rules During Remote Learning

Just Now Authorities in the eastern Chinese port city of Qingdao say they have completed coronavirus tests on more than 3 million people following the country’s first reported local outbreak in nearly two months. How long can you expect a COVID-19 illness to last? It depends. Most coronavirus patients have mild to moderate illness and recover quickly.

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Teachers Face Different Vaccination Rules Health News

9 hours ago Teachers Face Different Vaccination Rules. While much of the attention in the ongoing measles outbreak has focused on student vaccination requirements and exemptions, less attention has been paid to another group in the nation's classrooms: Teachers and staff members, who, by and large, are not required to be vaccinated.

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Teachers Concerned Over COVID19 Safety As Schools Reopen

9 hours ago ABC News. Nancy Shively resigned from her job as a special education teacher in Oklahoma Monday over concerns for her safety as schools reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic. Shively’s concern is

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