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As we reopened our doors to teachers and students, beyond health and safety protocols, we focused on building the sense of resilience that children need to recover from the upheavals of the past year.
Libraries—including those in schools—saw growing demands in 2020 to remove books addressing racism and titles that shared the stories of Black, Indigenous or people of color.
The student support person is one of the key factors determining whether students will be successful in an online learning environment or whether they will flounder.
Researchers at the University of Central Florida note the importance of the two mitigating strategies over space between individuals during COVID-19 pandemic.
Which COVID-19 prevention measures should we keep in the long term and which may hinder our sustainability goals?
The increase in digital tools during COVID-19 has helped illuminate many of the benefits they bring to math instruction and learning for students and teachers.
The disruptions of COVID and the shift to online learning have kicked many emerging education trends into a higher gear. One of those trends is blended learning.
Leaders in Garland ISD in the Dallas suburbs were grateful to have telehealth in place when other providers shut down during the initial COVID outbreak in March 2020.
With the prospect of a fully vaccinated student body still a year away, PPE will continue to play a major role as district leaders plan for more in-person learning.
A majority of teachers who taught online or hybrid reported working an additional 900 hours—or 37.5 days—since the beginning of the COVID pandemic, a survey has found.
Enhancing the use of technology as a family engagement tool is one of the top goals leaders in Bloomington Public Schools District 87 have for fall 2021.
Students in Harlingen Consolidated ISD collaboratee in Zoom breakout rooms that allow the kids who are in-person to work with those who are still at home.