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Dozens of tracking apps for smartphones are being used or developed to help contain the coronavirus pandemic. But there are worries about privacy and hastily written software.
"Pro sports can step up to the plate by making it clear that there won’t be a return to play from the #COVID19 epidemic until there is a serious and actionable plan for responding to the type of racism we are seeing today." https://t.co/NJMerUyFwS
Should "children from high poverty neighborhoods be prioritized in the allocation of limited in-classroom instruction" when #ReopeningSchools?
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