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As the omicron surge disrupts schools nationwide, new research finds that kids forced to learn online instead of in person exhibited more behavioral issues.
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The virus has already devastated Camarillo’s family, killing her father and destabilizing the entire family. They say they can’t take any more.
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En la primaria Saucedo en La Villita, Olga Contreras lucha contra la pérdida palpable de aprendizaje, un estudiante y un día a la vez
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Educators in low-income communities embraced meditation as a way to help students manage stress and anxiety in school. Can it help kids cope with being stuck at home?
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Two WBEZ education reporters share how a family and a teacher are coping with remote learning.
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Four siblings living in a converted garage struggle to learn — with spotty WiFi and no headphones.

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