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Rutgers program shows potential to build career pathways.
All New York City teachers must be fully vaccinated against COVID by Sept. 13, the first day of school, or submit to weekly testing, Mayor Bill de Blasio ordered Monday.
While different districts may consider certain issues more pressing than others, these 5 propositions are being discussed as priorities for reopening throughout the country.
With the Delta variant spreading and younger children ineligible for vaccines, states are barring schools from requiring COVID vaccinations as 2021-22 approaches.
Department of Education offers new guidance on using American Rescue Plan and other ESSER funds to upgrade building ventilation systems to block COVID.
State ESSER plans are required as a condition of receiving a portion of the more than $122 billion in funds authorized by the American Rescue Plan Act.
With the Delta variant rising, the response from various state officials has been all over the map.
Ed-tech leaders across the country are updating and revising device management procedures in the wake of distributing thousands—if not tens or hundreds of thousands—of devices.
The American Academy of Pediatrics says districts may have to require vaccinations and also urges students and teachers to keep wearing masks when the school year starts.
Here's how Delaware and Nevada are providing all students with access to diverse digital book collections and amping up professional development.
Numbers plummeted from October 2020 through early March as uncertainty over coronavirus and financial hardships impacted families
Promoting transparency with the public about decision-making and expectations regarding the use of stimulus funding is just one of the priorities in Tennessee's plan.