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A structured change management process can help districts come up with a sustainable way to adapt to the current realities and create buy-in across the district.
Bringing students and teachers back to classrooms for in-person instruction is the guiding principle in the CDC's revised guidelines for reopening schools during a continued surge in COVID infections.
Academic institutions must actively lead the industry to combat cyberbullying. According to the Anti-Defamation League, 65 percent of players suffered 'severe harassment.'
Tracking data on the successes and failures of online learning lets educators make quick improvements as schools and students adapt to greater levels of remote instruction.
The coronavirus surge has forced three large D.C-area districts to stick with online learning despite Trump administration pressure to resume in-person classes.
Educators sued Gov. Ron DeSantis and Flordia's department of education Monday to block the reopening of classrooms during the state's continuing surge of coronavirus infection.
In a National PTA webinar, infectious disease physicians answered questions from parents and teachers on COVID-19’s impact on children and youth and what current information indicates about how to mitigate risks for transmission in schools.
A surge in coronavirus cases in Texas and California have convinced officials in two of the largest states to start the school year with widespread online learning.
Reopening schools is crucial but students and teachers cannot return to classrooms safely until surrounding communities have controlled COVID infections, a group of Johns Hopkins University medical experts say.
An unmet need for mental health care motivated Jurupa USD leaders to develop behavioral supports that begin with prenatal care and continue through graduation.
District leaders should prioritize full-time, in-person instruction for grades K-5 and students in special education when reopening schools later this summer, a team of education researchers say.
School leaders must weigh the risks of COVID infections with the academic, social-emotional and economic benefits of reopening classrooms for in-person learning.