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Three waves of stimulus funding have sparked ideas and innovation across the public school system as superintendents and their teams lead COVID recovery.
Principals can collaborate more with teachers on instruction when principal supervisors focus on coaching rather than compliance, a new report says.
Minnesota’s digital wellbeing bill would fund education and training around the balanced use of screens, the internet and social media, supporters say.
Pre-service teachers at the University of North Georgia now use virtual reality avatars to instructional strategies for K-12 students with disabilities.
Black high school students in a college residency course said they felt safer at home and could better focus on schoolwork away from the stress of racist environments.
Four communities will bring together high school educators, community college faculty, workforce development professionals, community organizations and business owners.
Social justice education and teacher empowerment will play key roles as Madison Public Schools leverages stimulus funds to move past COVID.
For the first time in a long time, district leaders are facing fewer spending constraints as they look for innovations to move past COVID’s disruptions.
Find ideas from solutions providers, covering everything from robotics to assessment to professional development, to leverage stimulus funds for COVID recovery.
York County School Division’s plans to accelerate learning as students recover can be tracked by its use of the three federal stimulus packages.
Post-COVD buzzwords such as new normal, reimagined schools and transformation amount only to “tinkering at the edges,” to a think tank focused on K-12 equity.
Shift to online learning has left some superintendents asking questions such as: ‘How engaged are students in the new digital platforms we’ve invested in?’
The three waves of education stimulus funding provide yet more opportunities to retrofit ventilation systems to disinfect classrooms.
Some leaders will blend assessment with curriculum to better personalize instruction in summer and fall 2021.
With much focus on re-engaging students in learning as more schools reopen, administrators are also re-committing to security beyond PPE and COVID precautions.