Gov’t Data Show Race, Region Disparities in School Reopening

Nearly half of the nation’s elementary schools were open for full-time classroom learning as of last month, but the share of students learning in-person has varied greatly by region and by race, with most nonwhite students learning entirely online, according to results from a national survey conducted by the Biden administration.

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Biden Entering Oval Office With High Marks as Trump Leaves at All-Time Low

A poll conducted in the days following the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol found that Donald Trump has the lowest job approval rating of his presidency, while most voters have a favorable view of Joe Biden’s conduct since the election, including his Cabinet selections and policy proposals.

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Trump Voters Less Confident Than Biden’s That Election Will Produce Clear Winner

President Donald Trump’s repeated attempts to sow doubt about the integrity of the November election and mail-in voting appear to be working among his supporters, a new survey from the Pew Research Center suggests, though amajority still say they trust the election will produce a clear winner.

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