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FIFA approves 26-man squads for the World Cup to combat COVID-19

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! FIFA has approved bigger 26-man squads for the World Cup in Qatar, deciding Thursday to extend soccer’s relaxation of rules that help coaches and players during the COVID-19 pandemic. The move was expected from the FIFA Bureau — comprising the presidents of FIFA and soccer’s six confederations […]

Educators respond to NPR report on COVID-19 impact on student development: ‘Told ya so’

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! NPR spoke with teachers who said that COVID-19 school closures did lasting damage to their students, and they sensed a coming mass exodus of their fellow educators, which some academic readers described as delayed reporting. Schools nationwide often enforced at-home instruction during the pandemic. Tiki Boyea-Logan, a […]