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Air quality experts offer perspective on assumptions being made by district leaders that are incorrect and are impacting safe school reopenings.
Amid COVID-19, district administrators should consider statutory funding uses and reprioritizing homeless education spending.
In shifting from hybrid learning to remote instruction, educators must support students who have been most harmed by COVID and racial injustice, a new report urges.
35,000 low-income, K-12 students will get free broadband internet for online learning through Philadelphia’s digital equity efforts to close the digital divide.
Conversation topics educators can have with parents in making individualized decisions about a request to retain include pre-pandemic skill levels, remote instruction progress and alternatives to retention.
Football is king in the state of Pennsylvania, especially at the high school level, but it is in danger of being canceled this fall, along with many other activities. This […]
Among the social-emotional stressors for staff and students in East Saint Louis School District #189, COVID and the coronavirus “has just been one more thing,” an administrator says.
Here are 5 actions schools can take to help keep students with asthma safe and comfortable, including how to address instances of a student who experiences breathing difficulties while in school.
Here are free resources, services and teaching materials being offered at no charge during the coronavirus outbreak. Updated on August 10.
The organization's acting president, Jason Kirby, discusses its rise, the power of the HSEL and the new MSEL, and getting a more diverse pool of young kids involved.
Students of color need social-emotional learning that affirms Black and brown identities as schools reopen during COVID and the anti-racism movement, report says.