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Perfect storm of the delta variant, low vaccination rates in parts of the country and political resistance to universal masking have sent tens of thousands of students and staff members into isolation and quarantine.
“Allegations of discrimination against students with ADHD are on the rise,” said author Kelli Dreier, Esq. “This update is chock-full of new case law, strategies, best practices, forms, and tools staff need to ensure they meet their legal obligations under Section 504.”
Education’s immediate future requires taking full advantage of what worked during the pandemic as educators also guide students in regaining a sense of normalcy.
The reasons recorded videos are superior for students, plus software recommendations and video tips.
Most public schools have stayed open for full in-person learning but about 1,800 have shut down due to COVID, ‘affecting the education and well-being of 933,000 students,’ the CDC says.
COVID's ongoing spread in classrooms is forcing a growing number of district leaders to refine remote instruction programs as states also develop new guidelines.
Student privacy and equity could be two casualties of educators' Herculean efforts to hand out millions of laptops and tablets to connect families after the COVID shut down, an advocacy group says.
Featured speaker Shannon McClintock Miller will lead discussions on collaboration, choice boards and leadership.
Studies show that students in high-poverty areas often lack access to STEM learning opportunities, such as computer science, physics, or calculus courses.
Active learning spaces equipped with modern furniture and fixtures support new pedagogy, drive higher levels of student engagement, and allow students to work at their own pace.
Newly-launched COVID-19 School Data Hub will provide the information needed to answer big-picture questions such as how in-person vs. remote learning affected academic performance.