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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.
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.
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.
Several large school districts, including Los Angeles, Atlanta and Nashville, will start school with online learning due to spiking coronavirus cases.
To take some pressure off teachers, a virtual learning team will create all of the online lessons for the Mountain View Whisman School District in Silicon Valley this coming year.
Men of Color in Educational Leadership calls on education leaders across the country to join the effort to fight racism with a four-point plan.
Only a third of principals say they are confident students and adults can be kept healthy when schools reopen during COVID-19, a new survey has found.
Establishing digital equity in rural schools relies on more than just equipping students with computers and broadband.
A vast majority of K-12 employees say they would most likely leave their job if their district made significant cuts to their salary and benefits.
On the first day of school when classrooms reopen in Texas' Ector County ISD, teachers are more likely to cover social-emotional learning than math or English, Superintendent Scott Muri says.