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Pandemic prompts parents to give pod learning a try

Supporters say it opens the door for educational reform, but the reviews are mixed.

Learning about COVID-19: Science, false positives and vigilance

How changes in scientific advice reflect the learning curve of the pandemic.

PPE needs of those with disabilities during pandemic, education for all

One woman creates masks to ease communication as nonprofits emphasize the struggles of people with disabilities during the pandemic

How schools respond differently as benchmarks come into view

Arizona Daily Star reporter Danyelle Khmara speaks about hybrid teaching and education for students with disabilities.

Reflection on legal protections for those with disabilities during the pandemic

Plus, advocates confront beliefs about people with disabilities, citing changes in work norms.

JCC continues to provide services during pandemic despite loss

How the pandemic has affected its child care program, distance learning students and adults with disabilities.

Pandemic through disability services, legal protections and education

Plus, how false positives and vigilant masking depict the evolution of COVID-19 science.

Federal unemployment supplement dries up in Arizona

The payments tapping FEMA funds only lasted six weeks.

Report: Arizona had highest ‘housing loss’ rate; more evictions coming

Trends in Arizona do not bode well for the fall, experts said, as drivers of housing loss are are amplified by the pandemic.

Sonora among hardest hit by excess deaths during COVID-19 outbreak in Mexico

Sonora saw the fourth highest jump in excess deaths among the states analyzed.

Arizona weekly unemployment jumps again

The numbers in the state keep rising while they fall nationally.

Rate of COVID-19 cases on UA campus 'alarming,' President Robbins says

University officials say harsh measures are coming in order to slow the spread of the coronavirus on campus.

Old Tucson to close indefinitely

Pima County will take over the film set, but the Wild West tourist attraction isn't riding into the sunset.

Judge halts plan to end Census early, as Arizona, tribal responses lag

The order said plaintiffs in the case had raised "serious questions" about the bureau's plan to stop counting.

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