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Students with Down syndrome who contract COVID-19 are more susceptible to severe illness. Learn how to protect them during in-person schooling.
For Superintendent Keith Perrigan, COVID has been about weighing the risk of having students in class against the risk of not having them in class at Bristol Virginia Public Schools.
At Senate confirmation hearing, education secretary nominee Miguel Cardona says school will need expand mental health supports and extended learning days post-COVID.
Investments in this area not only combat COVID-19, but also provide a safety net for future viruses down the line.
Children’s mental health care, which faces a shortage of providers, often focuses on treatment rather than prevention or promotion of mental wellness, experts say.
FETC keynote speaker Bob Ward explores how schools can better prepare underserved students for a future with higher expectations.
States such as Ohio are prioritizing school personnel to be vaccinated, while many are not despite wanting them to return for in-person instruction.
District leaders should strongly consider reopening classrooms because COVID transmissions within schools remains low, two new studies have found.
He and others point to research studies abroad and in the United States that show a pressing need for students to be back in the classroom.
As a related service that must be included in a student's IEP if required to benefit from special education, transportation to and from school may require more thought than expected, particularly during COVID.
Biden's executive order directs Department of Education to provide states and school districts with "evidence-based guidance" in reopening and remaining open for in-person learning.
Charleston's numbers have stayed low throughout the academic year, prompting one pediatrician to say 'kids need to be in school'.