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More than 850,000 students were displaced during a 28-year period from those schools closing, according to research from the Network for Public Education.
Bringing more fresh air through school ventilation, along with ultraviolet and other technologies, can be effective ways to kill the coronavirus in school HVAC systems.
Whether districts are resuming with in-person or online learning, models for adjusting foodservice come with different capacities for social distancing and nutritional variety.
Walking to school, prepackaged meals and non-contact sports outdoors run a lower risk of transmitting coronavirus in schools. Contact sports, choirs and bands, and buses pose the highest risk.
For high school coaches, athletes and fans, the 2020-21 athletic season will be very different from years’ past as traditions give way to safety measures.
Many schools opening for in-person instruction this fall will require students to eat meals in the classroom. How can educators avoid putting students with food allergies at risk of having an allergic reaction?
Bringing students and teachers back to classrooms for in-person instruction is the guiding principle in the CDC's revised guidelines for reopening schools during a continued surge in COVID infections.
Noisy classrooms can have a negative impact on inclusive learning, as well as on the health and wellness of students and teachers, and on a school district’s bottom-line.
For a $5,000 per school budget, here are the top outdoor classroom features districts should prioritize.
An unmet need for mental health care motivated Jurupa USD leaders to develop behavioral supports that begin with prenatal care and continue through graduation.
District leaders should prioritize full-time, in-person instruction for grades K-5 and students in special education when reopening schools later this summer, a team of education researchers say.