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Teachers could remain in the classroom if exposed to COVID-19

ATLANTA – New guidance from President Donald Trump’s administration declaring teachers to be “critical infrastructure workers” could give the green light for the release of quarantine teachers after they were exposed to COVID-19 and instead, send them back to class. Keeping teachers in class without symptoms, because a handful of …

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UK scrap exam grading system that surprises students, parents

LONDON – In a U-turn after days of criticism, the British government on Monday scrapped an exam grading policy that was introduced to deprive thousands of graduates of secondary school – especially minor disadvantages – from places at universities. Roger Taylor, chairman of UK Exam regulator Ofqual, said the use …

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