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Black physicians account for only 3% of doctors in the United States.
An NIH-funded study compared more than 1.1 million students across nine states.
Earlier studies on safety measures in schools were often conducted in affluent and ethnically homogeneous neighborhoods.
School-based vision programs that provide underserved youngsters with free exams and eyeglasses now shown to up students’ ability to learn.
Studies highlight the importance of using layered prevention strategies to minimize disruptions to safe in-person education.
Black and Latino kids attending schools with a greater proportion of white students experience a higher risk of mental health problems.
The question of how and when to get kids back into classrooms often depends less on science than politics.
An estimated 34 to 44 million adults at increased risk for the virus have a connection to schools.
According to a national poll by NPR and Ipsos this July, 82% of K-12 teachers were concerned about returning to the classroom.
School reopening depends on a better understanding of this question.
But there’s one topic Republicans don’t want included, according to a national survey.
Suspending kids with disciplinary issues from school fails miserably.
The time and effort children put into take-home assignments can also build character.
For better long-term mental health, schoolchildren with behavioral challenges may benefit more from support than ostracism.
In a new poll, parents reveal how they determine whether they’ll send ailing youngsters to school.
A quick Q&A about dyslexia, a common learning disability.
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