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Schools Face Extreme Heat; 'Nontraditional' College Students; And Teaching Technology

Schools face extreme heat; a teacher testifies at the Kavanaugh hearings; STEM majors improve earnings; some teachers not equipped to teach technology
Source: Deb Lee

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Schools and colleges are coping with extreme heat

2018 was the on record. One impact of climate change: Dozens of school districts, particularly in the Northeast, had to close early this week because of inadequate air conditioning. It happened in Maryland, Massachusetts , Ohio, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, New York and also.

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