Elissa Nadworny

NPR Education Reporter

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Higher salaries, larger class sizes, more counselors, librarians and nurses.

The march toward a teachers strike sounds familiar

Higher salaries, larger class sizes, more counselors, librarians and nurses.

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“Today I had this gentleman, and I asked him if he wanted me to call somebody,” Erin McIntosh recalls. “He said he had nobody.

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San Diego County’s big box stores, restaurants and group living situations are sites of the most prevalent COVID-19 contagion, according to a KPBS investigation.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Throughout much of California, the number of available beds in hospital intensive care units has diminished alarmingly fast as COVID-19 infection rates continue to soar.

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It’s been a rough year, let’s face it. Cut off by a deadly virus from those we love and the things we love to do, many of us have felt trapped at home.

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