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Perfect storm of the delta variant, low vaccination rates in parts of the country and political resistance to universal masking have sent tens of thousands of students and staff members into isolation and quarantine.
New York state is now reaching out to 550,000 commercial driver’s license holders in efforts to recruit them as school bus drivers while DMV speeds up the testing process.
Across the U.S., Black and Hispanic children are—just like their parents—more likely to be infected and hospitalized by COVID than are white kids, a new study has found.
If your district is like many others across the country, your student population is diversifying far more rapidly than is your teaching workforce. Two organizations are working on the solution.
Newly-launched COVID-19 School Data Hub will provide the information needed to answer big-picture questions such as how in-person vs. remote learning affected academic performance.
Traditional ways of disciplining students - including corporal punishment - must be examined and revised in order to effect lasting changes in behavior.
Project Tomorrow’s CEO notes the ‘poptential’ of clips that are relevant to young generations.
When improperly designed, teacher mentoring programs can turn into a simple "buddy system" instead of a rigorous learning opportunity for first-time educators, a new report has found.
End-of-year FSA test will be replaced with the Florida Assessment of Student Thinking program, which will consist of shorter tests throughout the school year to track student growth.
COVID outbreaks closed dozens of schools and districts in the south in August. But after a wave of closures and mask mandates, the crisis may be ebbing in some communities.
Districts risk losing students to homeschooling and private schools if they cannot offer families a flexible blend of in-person and virtual instruction post-COVID, a new study finds.