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Post-COVD buzzwords such as new normal, reimagined schools and transformation amount only to "tinkering at the edges," to a think tank focused on K-12 equity.
Shift to online learning has left some superintendents asking questions such as: 'How engaged are students in the new digital platforms we've invested in?'
The three waves of education stimulus funding provide yet more opportunities to retrofit ventilation systems to disinfect classrooms.
Some leaders will blend assessment with curriculum to better personalize instruction in summer and fall 2021.
Students and parents will have the opportunity to get a first-hand look at several programs and a Rocket League production.
U.S. Education Department updates COVID safety guidelines with information on using American Rescue Plan funds and a focus on equity and access.
The request is a $29.8 billion increase over the 2021 budget. Here's a breakdown of what programs the money would fund.
Fixing the inequities exposed in greater relief by COVID will require "bold steps" on culture, social-emotional growth and resources
Many educators are coming to recognize that the disruptions of COVID have thrown into sharp relief the need to assess students more equitably.
High-dosage tutoring for early literacy does not necessarily mean devoting long periods of one-on-one time to each student, each day.
Districts are planning ventilation and HVAC upgrades with ESSER funds, as well as other maintenance projects, over a shortened summer break.
'Educators are flocking to get the vaccine, and the overwhelming majority are back teaching in-person,' the American Federation of Teachers says.