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Eight in 10 American Federation of Teachers members want to return to in-person learning, expressing new confidence in COVID safety precautions, a survey shows.
Students felt they learned more this fall, even with COVID's disruptions, than they did in the immediate wake of the spring outbreak, a new survey has found.
CDC's new guidance on reopening schools emphasizes equity, prioritizes mask wearing and physical distancing to keep students safe.
Because lower-income students have less access to the ed-tech they need for online learning, they also have less live contact with their teachers, a new study has found.
Learning pods formed in response to COVID school closures have grown during the pandemic and may become a permanent part of education going forward.
At the outset of COVID, District Administrator Mark Weddig and his team decided online learning had to resemble live, in-person instruction as closely as possible.
Students with Down syndrome who contract COVID-19 are more susceptible to severe illness. Learn how to protect them during in-person schooling.
The COVID experience and the shift to online learning has shown Superintendent Jill Underly that students in her rural school district are pretty resilient.
Students have attended class in-person throughout 2020-21 in Wisconsin's Turtle Lake School District, a one-building, pre-K through 12 system with an enrollment of 170.
COVID's impact has so far been more emotional than academic for students in southern Wisconsin's rural Parkview School District, Superintendent Steve Lutzke says.
Keeping classrooms open during a worsening COVID pandemic and designing a hybrid learning model presented Loren Glasbrenner with a pair of unprecedented challenges.
The transition out of COVID can be as transformative for schools and educators as was the spring 2020 shutdown and shift to online learning, a new report finds.