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Some bright spots have emerged in a new report on students' insights about their teachers’ expectations and the support schools have provided this fall.
Here are free resources, services and teaching materials being offered at no charge during the coronavirus outbreak. Updated on January 20.
More than half of all parents surveyed in March and April said they experienced "significantly higher levels of stress" due to a child's struggle with distance learning.
A new report on the use of technology and digital tools from Project Tomorrow and Blackboard shows the positive outcomes from giving students more ownership in projects and research.
As the students recover from COVID's disruptions and return to classrooms, district leaders must give learners more one-on-one time with their teachers, NEA president says.
Joe Biden's administration is being urged to transform assessment and accountability systems to counter the COVID's inequitable impacts on education.
The $748 billion Emergency Coronavirus Relief Act of 2020 would provide billions of dollars for K-12 schools.
AmeriCorps partners with colleges in new Schools of National Service affordability program to match scholarships for students with public service experience.
Nearly three-quarters of teachers reported using several digital learning tools this COVID-disrupted school year that they hadn't used in 2019-2020.
Although many have approved of their district's reopening plans, a new study shows steep drops in job satisfaction among teachers since March.
Districts in many states struggle to bill Medicaid for school-based health centers and hiring nurses or counselors to provide audio and visual screenings.
The continuing resolution gives Congress another week to agree on a package to fund the government through the fiscal year 2021.