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Once your collection and deployment plans are in place, you must tackle how maintenance and inventory will be managed.
A vast majority of K-12 employees say they would most likely leave their job if their district made significant cuts to their salary and benefits.
Graduating seniors from a local school in New Hampshire did more to celebrate their completion of high school than just a drive-by graduation. Each student received their own private celebration with their loved ones from on top of a mountain.
Heading into the new school year, teachers crave data on online learning's impact on students and they also want more training in how to use the information.
The coronavirus pandemic and online learning show that all schools should become 1-to-1—not just with computers, but also for cementing student-teacher relationships, a leading child advocate says.
District leaders must consider how to address students recovering from coronavirus who are returning to school, particularly students with disabilities who may have lingering issues that interfere with learning.
On the first day of school when classrooms reopen in Texas' Ector County ISD, teachers are more likely to cover social-emotional learning than math or English, Superintendent Scott Muri says.
Superintendents proceeding with online learning programs can join state and local efforts to extend high-speed, broadband internet in their communities.
Teens have turned to social media not to cut themselves off from current events, but to seek connections that boost mental health during this age of coronavirus-induced anxiety and isolation.
In a pair of surveys, many parents expressed concern about the coronavirus outbreak's negative impact on learning while teachers detailed challenges to tackle before the 2020-21 school year.
School district leaders must review and revise policies that act as barriers to the enrollment of children and youths experiencing homelessness.
Music can play a major role in helping students cope with school closures and other coronavirus disruptions—and give them more control over their learning.