Subscribe to District Administration
Web replica of the print magazine.
Students of all abilities can better cope with coronavirus-related uncertainties when educators help them with resilience—and teaching students related skills can be done in-person or through virtual learning.
Here are 5 actions schools can take to help keep students with asthma safe and comfortable, including how to address instances of a student who experiences breathing difficulties while in school.
Students with disabilities such as autism or medical conditions such as asthma may be unable to comply with face mask mandates. Here’s what actions can be taken in these cases to help keep students and staff safe.
Here are 4 actions to take in including paraprofessional staff in new school year scenarios, with at least part-time remote instruction in mind.
Nurses use school websites, online videos, apps to touch base with students during COVID-19 school closures
The school nurse’s role has evolved as confirmed cases of the virus have grown and more districts have closed schools and shifted to distance learning. Here’s how school nurses are maintaining contact with students with health conditions in a time of social distancing.