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Superintendent Mario H. Salinas doesn't hesitate when asked if he's encouraging Edinburg Consolidated ISD students and staff to get vaccinated against COVID.
Learning pods created by cities during COVID provided a valuable continuum of support that should continue after the pandemic, say the authors of a new research report.
The TVA's School Uplift project should help public school officials in seven states realize energy savings that can be redirected to classroom instruction
Dozens of colleges and universities have required that students get vaccinated before returning in the fall but the issue poses more complex questions for K-12.
The equitable spending of American Rescue Plan funds could rely on superintendents and their teams working closely with community leaders, education advocates say.
Getting students who have missed significant amounts of school to return is the only the first step in what will a long and challenging recovery process, dropout expert says.
Approximately 24,000 school-aged children and their families will have greater access to mental health care through a new University of Missouri initiative funded by local taxes.
An additional 43,000 COVID cases and 800 deaths were tracked by University of Kentucky researchers during the first two months of in-person learning in Texas.
The full return to classrooms should also bring together educators, administrators, families and communities to bring about a renaissance in instruction and student support, she said.
Doubts about school safety among Black and brown communities hardest hit by COVID can be overcome with prevention strategies, testing and vaccinations, a poll shows.
The online learning experience has teachers in Santa Fe Public Schools rethinking their concept of student engagement and attendance post-COVID.
Barring schools from teaching about gender identity or sexual orientation could increase risky behaviors among students in the LGBTQ+ community, expert says.