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Some examples of how the world of education has responded to the pandemic. Following a set of vignettes from colleges across the country, readers weighed in. The controversy surrounding John Comaroff, an anthropologist, has divided the faculty, with students like Jill Lepore and Henry Louis Gates Jr. supporting their colleague. The Board of Regents announced that the former Republican governor is its option to become chancellor. His selection has angered professors involved about academic freedom.

Here is how an elementary educator is educating younger students to respect and with physical variations by shining a light-weight on her own incapacity in her new children’s book “Hi Ms. Homer.” The walkout was triggered by a dispute over pay, class sizes and psychological health support for faculty students. The St. Tammany Parish faculty system, which saw employees absences climb in the course of the pandemic, has proposed an across-the-board pay increase for substitutes …