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Columbia University President On New ICE Regulations Regarding International Students

NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks to Lee Bollinger, president of Columbia University, about new regulations regarding international students released Monday by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

When It Comes To Reopening Schools, 'The Devil's In The Details,' Educators Say

Teachers, parents and district leaders say the back-to-school season has fogged over with confusion. Will schools reopen? And if so, how?(Image credit: Karen Ducey/Getty Images)

New York City Schools To Open In Fall With Some In-Person Instruction

The plan will likely put students in school twice a week. Mayor Bill de Blasio said 75% of families wanted to send their kids back to school.

Effective Anti-Racist Education Requires More Diverse Teachers, More Training

Travis Bristol, an assistant professor of education at the University of California at Berkeley, explains how teacher training and the presence of Black teachers can help reshape education.(Image credit: Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call via Getty Images)

Is There A Way To Safely Reopen Schools In The Fall?

NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Brown University economist Emily Oster about the consequences of not opening schools for the fall semester.

What It Would Take To Get An Effective Anti-Racist Education

NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with Travis Bristol, an assistant professor of education at UC Berkeley, about the role of teacher training and workforce diversity in anti-racist education.

Massachusetts Attorney General On New ICE Regulation Regarding International Students

NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey about a new rule requiring international students to leave the U.S. if their schools offer online-only classes this fall.

We Are Repeating The Discrimination Experiment Every Day, Says Educator Jane Elliott

Elliott created the blue-eyes/brown-eyes classroom exercise in 1968 to teach students about racism. Today, she says, it's still playing out as the U.S. reckons with racial injustice.(Image credit: Gina Ferazzi/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

Top Pediatrician Says States Shouldn't Force Schools To Reopen If Virus Is Surging

The American Academy of Pediatrics says children are better off in school but that the decision to reopen cannot ignore spiking infection rates.(Image credit: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Michael Drake Will Be The First Black President In U.C. System's 152-Year History

Michael Drake, a physician, previously served as the president of The Ohio State University. He was unanimously approved by the University of California Board of Regents on Tuesday.(Image credit: Susan Walsh/AP)

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