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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.
The debate over virtual, hybrid or in-person simply might come down to whether schools can open safely
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.
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.
The Million Girls Moonshot initiative will work with afterschool programs nationwide to increase diversity and equity in science, tech, engineering and math.
Soft skills are considered crucial for higher ed and workforce success, but the so-called "5 C's" are getting short shrift in the college admissions process, a study says.
The U.S. was not as well-equipped for the massive COVID shift to online learning, with families paying more for internet service and fewer owning home computers.
As teachers and students have struggled with the move to remote and hybrid learning, school librarians have been there as a backbone of support
Educators will need to get creative about providing 504 plan accommodations for students, such as extended time and preferential seating, in the remote learning environment.
An extension of nationwide summer food service programs will allow school districts to provide free school meals to families through the end of the year, but services may be paused during extended school breaks.