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A District Administration Web Seminar There are many priorities facing school administrators as we wrap up this school year and plan for the next. As you know, the mental health […]
U.S. Education Department updates COVID safety guidelines with information on using American Rescue Plan funds and a focus on equity and access.
'Educators are flocking to get the vaccine, and the overwhelming majority are back teaching in-person,' the American Federation of Teachers says.
How districts can be proactive in accounting for students with disabilities in post-pandemic school safety and crisis response plans.
Researchers at the University of Central Florida note the importance of the two mitigating strategies over space between individuals during COVID-19 pandemic.
Which COVID-19 prevention measures should we keep in the long term and which may hinder our sustainability goals?
Leaders in Garland ISD in the Dallas suburbs were grateful to have telehealth in place when other providers shut down during the initial COVID outbreak in March 2020.
With the prospect of a fully vaccinated student body still a year away, PPE will continue to play a major role as district leaders plan for more in-person learning.
Many students need additional support and instruction on how to wear their masks appropriately throughout the school year.
Many parents and teachers believe in online learning's future but persistent cybersecurity threats raise student privacy and equity concerns, a new survey has found.
Schools are adopting a harm-reduction drug education curriculum that advocates say helps students make better decisions than "abstinence-only" programs.
UV-C ultraviolet technology that disinfects hospitals has now become more affordable—and eligible for stimulus funds—as leaders bring more students back to school.