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How well do you keep up with the world around you? Take this week’s quiz to test your knowledge of recent national and world events.
The Coronavirus Learning Companion features comic-basis stories
and hands-on-activities for all age levels to help better understand the
purpose and science behind COVID-19 public health recommendations.
FOUND IN THE NEWS:
Sen. John Cornyn said he understands “on the human level” why President Donald Trump intentionally downplayed the severity of the coronavirus pandemic during the early months of this year, but added that Trump could have handled it better “in retrospect.”
►The Dallas Morning News -- 09/14/2020
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Appreciating the Newspaper
This PDF is a way for students to explore what the online version of the Bay Area News Group newspaper has to offer.