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Researcher: decision to ax virus modeling group political (access required)

A public health expert who was part of a group that conducted modeling on the spread of coronavirus said Wednesday the state’s decision to abruptly end the group’s work was politically motivated and a half-baked attempt to justify reopening the state as soon as possible.

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Schools gear up for next year, budgeting federal aid (access required)

As teachers, students and their families eagerly wait to hear when they will return to the classroom, education policy wonks, advocates and school districts are trying to figure out how they’ll spend coming federal money.