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Nearly one-third of students in grades three through 12 earned at last one F in their report cards while Santa Fe Public Schools was on remote instruction.
As the COVID-19 crisis evolves from epidemic to endemic, how do we help teachers regain their love of teaching?
Do more project-based learning and do it outdoors: That philosophy has been driving Principal Patricia Gallegos' throughout the pandemic at San Antonito STEM Magnet Elementary in Albuquerque.
As waves of West Coast districts join the nation in loosening COVID rules, yet more evidence is showing that mask mandates were extremely effective in blocking the virus.
Loss of free universal meal waivers will "devastate school meal programs" and is a "worst-case scenario" for children nationwide, anti-hunger advocates and education leaders say.
With the masking decision in most parts of the county now left up to students and families, the CDC reports that masks cut COVID transmission rates by a significant amount.
Remote learning was not the biggest reason some students fell so far behind in reading and math during the pandemic, new research revealed this week.
Some district leaders may need to rethink enrollment goals as the homeschool-inspired learnings pods that families set up during the darkest days of COVID are becoming permanent.
A director of math and science argues that going back to basics is the way forward.
School leaders have never had a greater opportunity to be superheroes than they do now as they steer the recovery from the pandemic and other turbulent events, Principal S. Kambar Khoshaba says.
This story does not aim to offer financial advice on how to invest your COVID relief money. The goal here is to help you tell compelling stories about how you are spending it.
The lightbulb went on when the wife of a Fayette County Public Schools bus driver was overheard saying her husband had long aspired to become a substitute teacher.