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In Fairfax, parents and students are being given a choice: Go back to the classroom, or stay remote. It’s possible that what they choose will be at odds with what teachers want, educator Becca Ferrick says.
Many colleges have gone test optional, college counselor Lisa Micele says. Now is the time to ask schools directly, read their admissions website and call them.
The Massachusetts House has voted to repeal a series of antiquated state laws, including an 1845 ban on abortion:
6 million years ago, giant otters weighing more than 100lbs lived in the wooded wetlands of China's Yunnan province: