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K-12 leaders transitioning to competency-based education share their learning experiences and offer guidance.
Leaders at Mesa Public Schools recognized that, though they had a high performing system, traditional school models were not preparing all students for the future.
Competency-based education in one Vermont district transformed the traditional end-of-semester exam week to a “retake week” that lets students catch up.
Concerns over coronavirus compelled Kentucky’s governor to tell all schools to prepare to close with “as little as 72 hours notice,” the Louisville Courier-Journal reported.
As coronavirus spurs more school closures in Seattle and elsewhere, school lunch and student safety issues had experts debating the best response.
Generation Z STEM guru Justin Shaifer revealed at @FETC2020 that K-12 students are passionate and ambitious about science, technology, engineering and math.
Several schools reopened after coronavirus-related closures Tuesday while many other districts ordered students to stay home as COVID-19 continues to spread in the U.S.
The growing number of closures is raising questions about where some students will get free- and reduced-price lunch and other federally provided meals.
Coronavirus has forced school closures from coast to coast, with districts from Washington to California to Pennsylvania closing for up to two weeks.
Inadequate and uneven school funding has raised equity issues around the activity of wealthy “helicopter parents,” a new report says.
Fears of coronavirus and COVID-19 have driven parents in several Seattle-area cities to petition their district administrators to close schools, according to reports.
Teacher training and PD at schools of education now focuses more heavily on STEAM, and how ed tech can power instruction.
Coronavirus and positive COVID-19 tests shut schools in Washington as crews disinfected buildings and teachers prepped to teach online even as some buildings reopened.
New residents were ready to pay rent on affordable teacher housing the day that Buncombe County Schools in North Carolina opened its teacher housing community.
Moving classes online is one contingency school district leaders are planning for should any potential coronavirus outbreaks begin disrupting life in the U.S.