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Loss, healing, resistance, and hope: 5 recent grads reflect on a turbulent year

From the trauma and isolation of this past year, these students found a new sense of community, new sets of skills, new coping methods, and new ways to take care of others.

By Emily Rizzo/WHYY

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State court decision reignites debate over Neshaminy School District’s team name

The new development could restart a tense, yearslong conflict over whether the Neshaminy School District’s symbolism is racist and harmful to Native Americans.

By Katie Meyer/WHYY

GOP advances bill in Pa. Senate that would further expand private school tax credits

It’s a perennial conflict — but one that has become an even higher priority for some lawmakers in the wake of pandemic-related conflicts over how and why to reopen schools.

By Katie Meyer/WHYY

Bucks County parents divided over schools ditching mask mandate

A feud between those valuing personal freedom and those prioritizing health concerns has been building for the past year. Now, it’s at boiling point.

By Emily Rizzo/WHYY

Learning at home this summer

By Fred Vigeant