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Michigan Ed Department: Don’t look to us for CARES Act spending guidance

School district superintendents in the state have been told not to seek state approvals for uses of federal coronavirus relief funds, but rather to follow U.S. Department of the Treasury criteria.

COVID burnout fuels lower morale among K-12 educators

Although many have approved of their district's reopening plans, a new study shows steep drops in job satisfaction among teachers since March.

Sub switch keeps Kansas elementaries in-person

To allow elementary school students to continue learning in-person, the Shawnee Mission School District had to shift substitutes from its secondary schools.

COVID-19’s dramatic impact on college enrollment in 1 year

The annual High School Benchmarks study from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center shows stunning declines year over year for colleges, lower-income students.

How one district made offsite classrooms work

Central Lee Community School District in Iowa has placed all students in grades 3 to 6 in PODs throughout the community. Learn how leaders there addressed 11 areas of communication and logistics.

Harness the workforce to create normalcy for students

How North Kansas City Schools has focused on maximizing and supporting its total workforce, including non-teaching staff.

2 strategies emerge to reverse COVID learning loss

Achievements gaps existed long before COVID, so a return to the K-12 status quo after the pandemic could leave already struggling students farther behind.

How data and tiered supports can boost achievement of Title I students

A look at how Kentwood Public Schools in Michigan, use data to identify and adapt to student needs and how the use of Title I resources has improved outcomes for a diverse student body

The education arm of esports, NASEF prepares to power up

The federation, now under a new World Wide organization, sees opportunity in the future to expand its academics-first model to students in North America and beyond.

Cybersecurity training still lacking in schools, some IT leaders say

Survey of K-12 technology decision-makers shows that half of their districts did not offer guidance on this key piece before the start of the school year.

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