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The financial impact of coronavirus-related school closures includes school meal programs. Here’s how Michigan is addressing related issues for the new school year.
School district leaders must review and revise policies that act as barriers to the enrollment of children and youths experiencing homelessness.
With the risk of experiencing domestic violence increased during high-stress periods, educators should be aware of FERPA protections and have training in trauma-informed strategies.
Not only are these students eligible to attend and fully participate in public schools, but schools cannot take actions that discourage undocumented students from seeking enrollment.
Here are four strategies for helping these vulnerable students and their families, who struggle to find regular meals, during school closures related to the coronavirus pandemic.
Public and private school officials must work together on providing equitable and effective programs for private school students.
School district leaders must understand their obligations for transporting students who are homeless during distance learning and the transition back to school. Here’s what you need to know.
How Charleston County School District is handling grab-and-go meals to reduce COVID-19 exposure, and what administrators in all districts need to know about operating such programs during school closures.
COVID-19 meal delivery requires written notice, as the National School Lunch Act and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act do not authorize release of household contact information for children without the parent’s formal consent.