CDC Director reiterates agency's view that teacher vaccinations aren't a 'prerequisite for reopening schools'

File: CDC Director Rochelle Walensky speaks during a news conference in December 2020. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images CDC Director Rochelle Walensky on Sunday said teacher vaccinations aren't necessary for in-person learning. Walensky reiterated CDC guidance that says other precautions can keep students and educators safe. Teachers are included in one of the agency's top priority groups for vaccinations.   Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Rochelle Walensky, the new di...
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How to Master Your 2021 Fitness Goals (+30 Cute Workout Sets!)

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Black History Month events at Rutgers were targeted by anti-Black and anti-LGBTQ Zoom bombers who officials warn could attack again

FILE: A virtual meeting is conducted over Zoom. Photo by Blake Nissen for The Boston Globe via Getty Images Black History Month events at Rutgers University were bombarded with anti-Black and anti-LGBTQ participants. The university said it believed the "Zoom bombing" was part of an international effort.  The campus' chancellor said "these may reoccur before the perpetrators are identified."  Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Students at Rutgers University in New Bruns...
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‘Children are not pets, society has to help parents bring them up’

As she prepares to leave office, children’s tsar Anne Longfield says families should be at the heart of MPs’ plansParents have had to become teachers, a footballer has helped expose the plight of deprived families, and local groups across the country have been on the frontline in providing emergency advice and supplies. As a result, the pandemic’s extraordinary impact has helped shift Britain’s attitude to a community’s role in bringing up children, the children’s commissioner for England has sa...
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How far right uses video games and tech to lure and radicalise teenage recruits

After a 13-year-old was sentenced last week, a young victim of radicalisation talks about how white supremacists target childrenCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageJohn was 15 when a member of his Facebook group volunteered to become Britain’s “first white suicide bomber”. Another advocated attending Friday prayers at the local mosque and “slaying people where they stood”. Another wanted to firebomb the place of worship.Ultimately, no blood was spilt. Police soon raided s...
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