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A small but growing number of districts are mandating vaccines for eligible as the COVID delta variant disrupted the beginning of yet another school year.
These 5 measures can help school districts be proactive in avoiding a disastrous situation.
Blocking mask mandates prevents Texas school leaders from complying with the Americans With Disabilities Act and spending American Rescue Plan funds to support in-person instruction, judge rules
It was just a month into the school year and teachers in Iowa's South Tama County School District already have hundreds of hours covering other classrooms.
New York offers 5- to 11-year-olds who get their first dose before Christmas a chance to win a full college scholarship—covering tuition, room and board—at a SUNY or CUNY school.
Not that upset, actually—discontent with public schools over COVID precautions is "is being driven by a vocal but small minority," according to a new survey.
School officials should host school vaccine clinics and conduct outreach to families and the community about the importance of immunizations, Education and Health and Human Services secretaries says.
"Unexpected learning" is the phrase educators at Sevilla Elementry School West Campus in Phoenix prefer to learning loss as they help students recover from COVID's disruptions.
To counter fatigue amplified by the pandemic, leaders should learn to say 'no' to some initiatives and focus on the 'priorities of the priorities'
ESSER funds are allowing K-12 leaders to lower class sizes and add personnel to focus on the academic and social-emotional priorities that will help students recover.
New federal rule requiring COVID vaccinations or weekly testing and face coverings for private employers with more than 100 employees could soon apply to state and local educational agencies.
Distribution could begin soon to get doses to physicians; research will continue at other institutions for children under 5.