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A growing number of superintendents are concerned students are being forced to miss in-person instruction even though their risk of catching COVID is low.
A survey asking parents about students' enthusiasm for schools may reinforce district leaders' plans to prioritize social-emotional learning post-COVID.
Experts encourage superintendents to deploy even more comprehensive safety strategies as students who've been traumatized during COVID re-acclimate to school.
District leaders, school boards, and local elected officials must show the courage and principled leadership to spend the federal dollars wisely and ensure transparency.
Marietta City Schools' message to students and families is that COVID vaccines are another layer of protection to add to masks and handwashing.
Perfectly sound furniture that might have ended up in a landfill now fills out a makerspace and activity lounge at Donald Meyer Elementary School.
Superintendents can find innovative ideas for reopening safely on a new, online hub that spotlights innovative initiatives from districts around the country.
Teacher salaries, particularly increasing master teacher pay, is San Antonio ISD Superintendent Pedro Martinez's stimulus funding priority.
In a survey of more than 2,100 people who have been working remotely during the pandemic, a whopping 58% said they would 'absolutely' look for a new job if they were required to return to in-person work.
In his first joint address to Congress, President Biden outlined proposals that would boost education funding by hundreds of billions of dollars.
Educators say a return to pre-COVID instruction in U.S. classrooms would be a big mistake, and the same goes for PD and teacher coaching.
San Marcos Consolidated ISD and Charleston County School District tailor cutting-edge programs to local demand for 'high-skilled, high-demand, high-wage careers.'