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CTOs gather, bond and share experiences and tips about their ever-changing roles at this year’s FETC.
An induction program can provide huge supports that help prevent talented, young educators from leaving their jobs.
Leaders in several districts have in recent days have announced that all students and staff, regardless of age or vaccination status, will be required to wear masks when the 2021-22 school year begins.
Administrators in dozens of districts, from the Northeast to the Mid-West, have decided to start 2022 remote as the omicron wave hits students and staff.
K-12 leaders grappling with teacher and staff shortages are receiving unprecedented assistance from elected leaders on both sides of the political divide and various sectors of their communities.
Now that the most pressing concerns are being addressed, it’s time for administrators to begin thinking long-term about how to use the funds to improve their schools beyond this school year.
With schools closures again mounting in all parts of the country, the Biden-Harris administration hopes to counter omicron with a barrage of COVID testing.
Strong leadership and communication have been critical to administrative offices and all staff throughout schools.
Staff shortages in the classroom and elsewhere are the leading reasons some big districts have shifted to virtual learning this week, with administrators hoping to bring students back quickly.
Mask mandates are returning to dozens of districts just as many administrators had loosened COVID precautions in the weeks before omicron struck.
CEO Martinez cites low COVID transmission in schools as teachers union 'work action' could close schools for weeks.