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DA guest columnist Trenton Goble shares top student concerns to help districts improve educator-student communication—wherever and however learning happens.
Texas is allowing school districts to hold in-person summer school starting June 1, but only a few superintendents have announced plans to reopen classrooms to students and teachers.
As we look toward reopening schools, it’s not just time for addressing an unprecedented learning loss crisis. It’s time for laying a policy foundation to enable schools to provide students with individualized learning experiences so they can thrive, says DA guest columnist Scott Muri.
By leveraging tech resources and getting creative, DA guest columnist Erica Birkmeier moved her Chesaning Union School District event from the Michigan high school to the virtual space. She shares four tips for making a successful transition online for any future event.
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.
Working toward common goals as a "giant team" while providing safe, inclusive and engaging activities should be the mission, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic.
CDC's new coronavirus safety guidelines for schools include daily health screenings, face coverings for staff, social distancing in classrooms and how to close buildings if someone is infected.
Keeping project workflows going—from device returns to new curriculum rollouts—and documenting vulnerabilities to be addressed long term are important as administrators look to reopen schools, says DA guest columnist Linda Kraft.
Only a handful of students remain without reliable WiFi internet access in Colorado's Boulder Valley School District, where leaders have connected nearly 1,000 families since the coronavirus outbreak closed schools.
DA guest columnists Kecia Ray and Susan Gentz provide five considerations for district administrators looking to leverage coronavirus-related government funding opportunities.
San Francisco-area schools launch "Digital Bridge" broadband internet pilots to test "super hotspot" high-speed WiFi access to students for online learning.