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Five factors were good indicators of how confident principals and their teams felt about the transition to online learning when COVID shut down classrooms in the spring.
Dead zones in Lockhart ISD's rural communities made handing out hotspots an ineffectual online learning strategy, so the district and its partner built cell towers.
Nearly 2 million California students lack access to the internet and 690,000 don't have a computer even as online learning is the norm in most districts.
The return of in-person instruction at schools in states and communities with low COVID is not leading to outbreaks of the virus, according to new data dashboards and K-12 observers.
The U.S. was not as well-equipped for the massive COVID shift to online learning, with families paying more for internet service and fewer owning home computers.
Leading education research organizations announce major focus on systemic racism on the day after President Donald Trump calls for a more patriotic curriculum.
Two school districts, one in need of in-person educators and the other short of remote instructors, can't just loan teachers to each other, right?
Some administrators keep tabs on the entire community's social-emotional wellbeing by having their staffs reach out regularly to students and their families via "empathy interviews."
Teachers' wages continue to lag about 20% behind the earnings of comparable workers, and the gap that has grown significantly over the last two decades.
Administrator support was one of the most important factors in maintaining teacher morale during COVID's disruptions, researchers say.
Pandemics and Students With Disabilities shows districts how to develop schoolwide strategies to ensure that medically fragile and high-risk students continue to receive FAPE.
More than 7,300 public and private schools—serving 5.3 million students—now use solar power, and many of the K-12 sustainable energy projects are financed by a third party.