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In Kansas, students in the Shawnee Mission School District told administrators that a clinic in their schools may have been their only chance to get the vaccine.
With more students returning to classrooms, it’s time for district administrators to focus on safety issues beyond the COVID public health crisis.
More than half of teens are not ready to deal with the anxiety of returning to school, says a survey that may sound some alarms for administrators.
A surplus of COVID vaccines in East Texas allowed Longview ISD this week to swiftly offer shots to willing high school students 16 and older.
Derek Chauvin’s murder conviction for killing George Floyd should drive efforts to dismantle systemic racism and reform policing, teachers union leaders said.
"Summer Construction & Beyond: Prioritizing COVID-19 Safety and Stimulus Funding," will cover cost-saving strategies for accelerating projects and procurement.
Districts reported lower kindergarten enrollment in 2020-21, which means returning students could alter the traditional makeup of the early grades this fall.
Westbrook School Department. intends to use some stimulus funds to add temporary staff to reduce class sizes in 2021-22 and better target instruction to individual students' needs.
Three waves of stimulus funding have sparked ideas and innovation across the public school system as superintendents and their teams lead COVID recovery.
Four communities will bring together high school educators, community college faculty, workforce development professionals, community organizations and business owners.
Social justice education and teacher empowerment will play key roles as Madison Public Schools leverages stimulus funds to move past COVID.