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Superintendents and their teams can provide teachers with more guidance in using assessments to gauge students' progress and design interventions that improve achievement.
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris want to reopen schools within the first 100 days of their administration, but many districts are "moving in the opposite direction," a new report says.
States recommendations for reopening schools, though they cover aspects of student well-being, lack specificity for supporting the "whole child" post-COVID, report says.
Early college high school programs where students experience the intensity of college courses and earn credits are "underutilized and under-resourced," says a new report.
The limitations to online learning are too great to overcome, say West Virginia officials. So on Tuesday, the directive to counties is to have no solely-at-home option.
Teachers and school employees should be declared essential workers and prioritized for COVID vaccinations in order to keep classrooms open, a Florida superintendent says.
The News Literacy Project and Scripps are teaming up with other partners on sessions, activities and resources for educators to help children identify truth from fiction.
After a sharp surge in COVID infections in December, leaders in the City School District of Albany saw an urgent need for voluntary surveillance testing of staff and students.
High COVID positivity rates in its high school and in a Massachusetts community drove Ashland Public Schools leaders to seek the state's help to expand testing.
Wide-scale, school-site COVID testing of students and staff appears to be a key part of Joe Biden's hope of reopening classrooms within the first 100 days of his presidency.
These 15 solutions illustrate the ed tech innovation on the horizon and will be featured at the upcoming Virtual Future of Education Technology Conference.
Online and hybrid learning research offers insights for 'powering through the pandemic and evolving toward a more student-centered future.'