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Biden Calls School Reopening A 'National Emergency'

The former vice president sharply criticized President Trump's handling of school reopening; the outbreaks on college campuses continue, and other education news you might have missed.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden spoke about school reopenings at a Wednesday event in Wilmington, Del. Source: Alex Wong

There's a LOT of education news these days. Here's an overview of the stories from this week that you might have missed, plus some valuable links we've gleaned from around the web.

First let's turn to the world of higher education.

As we reported, college towns are. There were over 50,000 reported cases on campuses as of Friday morning, a figure that had doubled from the day before, .

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