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Project Tomorrow reveals a lack of trade-ins taking place.
Leaders in several districts have in recent days have announced that all students and staff, regardless of age or vaccination status, will be required to wear masks when the 2021-22 school year begins.
With COVID cases setting records in the state, Florida schools administrators risk a loss of state funding if they violate a newly enacted ban on mask mandates.
The Education Department outlined three “landmark priorities” for the fall, as well as tips for reaching the landmarks, resources available to schools and communities, and examples from the field.
States and districts can fund wraparound services to help students experiencing homelessness overcome COVID’s impacts, stay in school and participate in school-related activities.
As district leaders moved quickly to follow the CDC's call to mandate masks this school year, officials in other states declared that families will choose whether students wear face coverings.
Foundation offers 5 tips to lessen burdens on educators.
Fines arts programs had subsisted on a shoestring budget in Grand Rapids Public Schools but now its leaders will spend ESSER funds to buy art supplies, instruments and tickets to music festivals.
While different districts may consider certain issues more pressing than others, these 5 propositions are being discussed as priorities for reopening throughout the country.
Department of Education offers new guidance on using American Rescue Plan and other ESSER funds to upgrade building ventilation systems to block COVID.
State ESSER plans are required as a condition of receiving a portion of the more than $122 billion in funds authorized by the American Rescue Plan Act.