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Today β€” March 30th 2020Your RSS feeds

Teachers’ Herculean Task: Moving 1.1 Million Children to Online School

By David W. Chen

New York City’s 75,000 public school educators are facing a challenge unlike anything in their careers. For students to avoid permanent setbacks, the success of remote learning is critical.

Yesterday β€” March 29th 2020Your RSS feeds

β€˜Women Will Not Be Forced to Be Alone When They Are Giving Birth’

By Katie Van Syckle and Christina Caron

In response to some private hospitals’ decision to bar partners, New York will order all hospitals to allow partners in delivery rooms, despite the coronavirus risk.

Real ID Deadline Delayed Until Late 2021 Because of Coronavirus

By Derrick Bryson Taylor

The original enforcement date was set for Oct. 1, 2020, but the federal, state and local response to the pandemic warranted a delay, according to the Department of Homeland Security.

β€˜Women Will Not Be Forced to Be Alone When They Are Giving Birth’

By Katie Van Syckle and Christina Caron

In response to some private hospitals’ decision to bar partners, New York will order all hospitals to allow partners in delivery rooms, despite the coronavirus risk.

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The Lost Month: How a Failure to Test Blinded the U.S. to Covid-19

By Michael D. Shear, Abby Goodnough, Sheila Kaplan, Sheri Fink, Katie Thomas and Noah Weiland

Aggressive screening might have helped contain the coronavirus in the United States. But technical flaws, regulatory hurdles and lapses in leadership let it spread undetected for weeks.

β€˜Women Will Not Be Forced to Be Alone When They Are Giving Birth’

By Katie Van Syckle and Christina Caron

In response to some private hospitals’ decision to bar partners, New York will order all hospitals to allow partners in delivery rooms, despite the coronavirus risk.

The Lost Month: How a Failure to Test Blinded the U.S. to Covid-19

By Michael D. Shear, Abby Goodnough, Sheila Kaplan, Sheri Fink, Katie Thomas and Noah Weiland

Aggressive screening might have helped contain the coronavirus in the United States. But technical flaws, regulatory hurdles and lapses in leadership let it spread undetected for weeks.

The Lost Month: How a Failure to Test Blinded the U.S. to Covid-19

By Michael D. Shear, Abby Goodnough, Sheila Kaplan, Sheri Fink, Katie Thomas and Noah Weiland

Aggressive screening might have helped contain the coronavirus in the United States. But technical flaws, regulatory hurdles and lapses in leadership let it spread undetected for weeks.

Operator Is Killed in a Subway Fire in Manhattan; Arson Is Suspected

By Christina Goldbaum and Nate Schweber

Seventeen people were injured in the blaze at the 110th Street Central Park North subway stop that officials believe was deliberately set.

U.S. Army Halts Training Over Coronavirus but Then Changes Its Mind

By Thomas Gibbons-Neff, Helene Cooper and Eric Schmitt

The infection rate within the American military has shot up to a degree some officials find alarming.

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