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As waves of educators fall ill and new deaths are reported weekly, districts are giving teachers and eligible students cash and other incentives to combat COVID.
The traumas that students have suffered during the pandemic may not be readily apparent during the first days or weeks of school. Warning signs, such as acting out or withdrawal, may actually lie dormant
Florida officially threatens districts' funding over mask mandates as Texas school superintendents get court backing to require face coverings.
"We won’t gamble with the health of our children, our educators and school staff, nor the health of the communities they serve," Washington Gov. Jay Inslee said in announcing vaccine mandate.
Dr. Aaron Fleming advocates for all students in his home state of North Carolina, not just those in his district.
In Oklahoma City Schools, COVID cases exploded after just three days of school. Elsewhere, teachers faced a high-stakes vaccine mandate and schools shut down.
Many feel left out of conversation about class needs.
Mental health, violence are top concerns as students return.
Project Tomorrow reveals a lack of trade-ins taking place.
DA Leadership Institute member Rick Surrency faces one challenge that many of his fellow superintendents don't: running for re-election every four years.
AFT leaders and union members are going door-to-door in dozens of communities to convince students to get vaccinated and return to in-person instruction.
Foundation offers 5 tips to lessen burdens on educators.