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Educators in Newport News Public Schools were steadily working their way through a five-year 1-to-1 plan to provide all students with laptops when the COVID pandemic struck.
As many as 3 million of the country’s most marginalized students may not have returned to school—online or in-person—since the COVID closures in March, a new analysis suggests.
Database covering most school districts tracks reopenings, learning models, sports participation and masks, among other aspects of this COVID-disrupted year.
A new report from the Center for Democracy and Technology shows the need for K-12s to address the use of data, especially as ed tech becomes more prevalent
The ubiquity of remote learning platforms has put educational institutions squarely in hackers’ crosshairs. Here’s how to protect your network.
The homework gap and connecting all students to the internet will remain one of the key K-12 challenges facing either Don Trump's or Joe Biden's administration after the 2020 election.
Guiding district leaders in implementing and sharing these and other innovative instructional strategies is the goal of The Canopy project.
Developing an effective social-emotional learning program—whether it’s online or in-person—requires the teachers leading it to take care of their own wellbeing.
Shifting social-emotional learning online means high school students in Maryland’s Anne Arundel County Public Schools participate in twice-weekly virtual wellness blocks.
Allowing students to solve real-world problems that are relevant to their everyday lives is key to keeping them engaged in online learning.
COVID has so disrupted K-12 education that building leaders and teachers can look at 2020-21 as their first year in the profession.