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Official answers from Education Department staff to questions posed by Title I educators and administrators.
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 iDismiss tool was designed to make the process more orderly, safe and inexpensive after a student was hit by a car.
As a related service that must be included in a student’s IEP if required to benefit from special education, transportation to and from school may require more thought than expected, particularly during COVID.
Through a huge public-private coalition, the state has managed to completely close gaps in five months.
Martin County, one of the first in the state to open for face-to-face instruction, has provided safe, strong educational environments for students at schools through the pandemic.
Central Lee Community School District in Iowa has placed all students in grades 3 to 6 in PODs throughout the community. Learn how leaders there addressed 11 areas of communication and logistics.
How North Kansas City Schools has focused on maximizing and supporting its total workforce, including non-teaching staff.
As COVID rises in many communities, the inability to staff classrooms and buses due to exposure and illness forces schools to return to full online-learning.
Meriden Public Schools in Connecticut has adapted in creative ways, from using tents, classroom and bus seating charts, student cohorts, and more to make in-person learning possible.
Colorado district that was thriving before the pandemic has faced some setbacks, particularly with staffing, but it isn't losing sight of its mission to serve all students.