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PD will be a major priority for stimulus in many districts as teachers continue to build their online and hybrid teaching skills.
Principals can collaborate more with teachers on instruction when principal supervisors focus on coaching rather than compliance, a new report says.
Pre-service teachers at the University of North Georgia now use virtual reality avatars to instructional strategies for K-12 students with disabilities.
‘Educators are flocking to get the vaccine, and the overwhelming majority are back teaching in-person,’ the American Federation of Teachers says.
Researchers at the University of Central Florida note the importance of the two mitigating strategies over space between individuals during COVID-19 pandemic.
A majority of teachers who taught online or hybrid reported working an additional 900 hours—or 37.5 days—since the beginning of the COVID pandemic, a survey has found.
Enhancing the use of technology as a family engagement tool is one of the top goals leaders in Bloomington Public Schools District 87 have for fall 2021.
Many district leaders plan to use COVID stimulus money to add teachers despite cautions from some policymakers who say new hires won't be sustainable after the funding expires.
Some education leaders see academic benefits from even a short-term expansion of their teaching staffs while experts caution against creating long-term financial obligations with limited funds.
More than 80% of superintendents and transportation directors say COVID will exacerbate bus driver shortages, a survey by a school-focused rideshare company found.
The strength of local teacher's unions, the percentage of Trump voters, and demographics—not the severity of COVID outbreaks—appear to be driving school reopening decisions, researcher says.