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Administrators have begun to say what was previously unthinkable: that schools may not operate normally for the 2021-22 school year.
The Broward School District has scoured Facebook pages of teachers working remotely to catch them partying, traveling and failing to wear masks at a time the educators say COVID-19 makes it too risky for them to return to campus.
With Biden’s COVID-19 plan, Cardona said, school leaders can expect “consistency in messaging,” and a national strategy that can inform and drive local efforts.
Hawaii Gov. David Ige has told the state Department of Education that its budget cuts would be reduced by about $123 million because of additional federal funds and more optimistic revenue projections.
“We are bargaining for minimal risk of COVID-19 infection, and minimal risk of death,” the teachers union said.
Firmly linking teen suicides to school closings is difficult, but rising mental health emergencies and suicide rates point to the toll the pandemic lockdown is taking.
Marcus Buckingham, an expert on talent at work, will speak to FETC attendees about identifying strengths and building resilience in both students and teachers.
DA's chief information officer discusses how district leaders can establish a shared understanding and ownership of cybersecurity.
Ward leads The Florida Council of 100, which spent two years developing a long-range strategic plan to prepare Florida’s schools for the seismic shifts that will occur in the way students are taught.
Future Ready Schools thought leaders will share ideas for leading through adversity, surpassing the survival stage and thriving, and designing resilient and transformative learning.
Education attorney Julia Martin tells attendees what the Biden presidency will mean for education policies in 2021.