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A roundup of stories we’re reading about Covid-19 today

  • Each year, high schoolers hoping to earn college credits take Advanced Placement exams in a classroom or examination hall, but the 3.4 million students signed up to do so this year will have a different experience, reports NPR. The pandemic has forced the grueling exams to be administered online, raising questions about fairness; many students in the U.S. still lack consistent internet access.

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Yasmin Tayag

Yasmin Tayag

Editor, Medium Coronavirus Blog. Senior editor at Future Human by OneZero. Previously: science at Inverse, genetics at NYU.

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