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A look at Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s education-related decisions as a Circuit Court judge since 2017
Nearly 2 million California students lack access to the internet and 690,000 don’t have a computer even as online learning is the norm in most districts.
With students overextending themselves and their time spent online, it is imperative to monitor their play and health while protecting the interests of the school
The debate over virtual, hybrid or in-person simply might come down to whether schools can open safely
Students with special needs may have a harder time transitioning back to school buildings compared to their peers. Here’s what BCBAs can do to support students and staff.
Setting up and maintaining a productive virtual social-skills group requires patience and flexibility.
Howard University will offer a free, credit-bearing course in criminal justice to 100 11th and 12th graders in five underserved high schools in New York City.
The return of in-person instruction at schools in states and communities with low COVID is not leading to outbreaks of the virus, according to new data dashboards and K-12 observers.
Here are free resources, services and teaching materials being offered at no charge during the coronavirus outbreak. Updated on September 24.
An analysis of school district response plans to COVID reveals strong, replicable practices from reopening and recovery plans that other systems can model, even where schools have already opened.
"Leading for equity and access" is the first of eight key actions K-12 education leaders can take to make their school systems more culturally responsive.