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This article was originally published by St. Louis Public Radio, via Kaiser Health News. When the coronavirus pandemic hit, Scott Dulle scoured the internet for ways to safely get kids […]
Instructure’s annual report highlights the importance of teachers, engagement, equity and technology.
A leader at the nationally acclaimed Danforth Plant Science Center says engagement during the pandemic was mixed, but the results in K-12s brought a few positive surprises.
Nearly one in four teachers may quit before the end of this 2020-’21 school year, a significant increase compared to the rate of departures seen pre-COVID.
ARP-funded initiatives support the safe reopening of schools and aim to reverse underlying inequities faced by students who have been disproportionately impacted by COVID.
Educators and social workers in Fresno USD spent several months of the pandemic trying to locate one student who had attended the same elementary school for several years.
Department of Education urges action on learning loss and achievement gaps, access to learning resources and opportunities, and English learner participation.
Heatwaves in the Northeast and elsewhere have allowed students to remove masks this week as more and more districts make face coverings optional this summer and fall.
Scholastic organizations help bring video game tournaments, camps and hands-on experiences to students virtually.
Administrators are trying to coax back students who either didn't log into online learning consistently or whose families remain concerned about COVID's risks.
Georgia restricts the ability of school leaders to mandate masks while Idaho reverses course and rescinds a ban on K-12 mask requirements that lasted just one day.