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Johns Hopkins launches reopening policy tracker for K-12 schools
Published July 9, 2020
The interactive map and resource guides compare and analyze reopening plans for schools nationwide, offering solutions for safe education during the pandemic
Study suggests less costly approach to pandemic economic stimulus
Published July 9, 2020
Carey Business School researcher Vadim Elenev offers an alternative economic model that would have achieved similar results to those of the U.S. pandemic stimulus but at a lower cost
Archiving the moment
Published July 9, 2020
Johns Hopkins University and Hospital have launched archival projects to preserve the pandemic experiences of the Hopkins community as learning tools for future generations
By the numbers
Coronavirus infections and death rate higher in prisons
Published July 8, 2020
Infection rate is five times higher and the death rate is three times higher in state and federal prisons than in the general population, study finds
Study consults experts on policing: The policed
Published July 7, 2020
Portals Policing Project, co-led by sociologist Vesla Weaver, centers on the lived experiences of people in cities with heavy law enforcement presence in order to gain insights on justice and democracy
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