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As schools reopen, district leaders and their teams will have to consistently track which students need devices and reliable, high-speed connections at home.
Students in rural schools enroll in college at lower rates than do their suburban and urban peers.
Establishing digital equity in rural schools relies on more than just equipping students with computers and broadband.
How educators in small, rural schools systems have committed to finding innovations amid challenges of building closures and online learning.
Among the social-emotional stressors East Saint Louis School District students, the coronavirus pandemic “has just been one more thing,” says administrators Tiffany Gholson.
Giving students to voice to express their emotions will be one way to smooth the transition back to when buildings reopen for the new school year.
Springfield Renaissance School students told educators in a virtual “voice” session that their curriculum needed more books celebrating diverse cultures.
The financial impact of coronavirus-related school closures includes school meal programs. Here's how Michigan is addressing related issues for the new school year.
Student voice impacts "everything we do" in Maryland's Howard County Public School System, and has recently led to a more diverse curriculum and a looser dress code.
Approximately, 15 to 16 million students—and as many as 400,000 teachers—lack access to online learning and digital devices as the new school year approaching, according to a new analysis.
Before Chicago Public Schools steeped itself in student voice, educators there realized their young learners had far more influence on their lives outside the classroom.