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K-12 leaders grappling with teacher and staff shortages are receiving unprecedented assistance from elected leaders on both sides of the political divide and various sectors of their communities.
One recent study found that over one school year, students who were exposed to more sunlight during their school day displayed 26 percent higher reading outcomes and 20 percent higher math outcomes.
Even in the age of technology, many underserved and disadvantaged families have limited access to resources like computers and a reliable internet connection.
Schools are returning to more normal routines, but that doesn’t mean the effective, tech-enabled habits adopted earlier in the pandemic need to be left behind.
Leaders in several districts have in recent days have announced that all students and staff, regardless of age or vaccination status, will be required to wear masks when the 2021-22 school year begins.
Parkway Schools in Missouri is relying on tools including Acer Chromebooks to boost student equity and access to technology.
Acer connected Boston Public Schools with Learn21’s One2One Manager to more easily manage the district's 100,000 Chromebooks.
This large Florida school district had been using Gaggle for years, but the student safety platform became even more vital as the district transitioned to online learning.