The Two-Minute Briefing for K-12 Leaders
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The Two-Minute Briefing for K-12 Leaders
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Matt Zalaznick

Doubts about school safety among Black and brown communities hardest hit by COVID can be overcome with prevention strategies, testing and vaccinations, a poll shows. Read More >>

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Matt Zalaznick

The full return to classrooms should also bring together educators, administrators, families and communities to bring about a renaissance in instruction and student support, she said. Read More >>

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Charles Hendrix

"Anyone who is fully vaccinated can participate in indoor and outdoor activities large or small without wearing a mask or physical distancing," said CDC Director Rochelle Walensky. Read More >>

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The Huffington Post

Students are learning from home because many bus drivers have been quarantined because of COVID-19 exposure and there aren’t enough substitutes. Read More >>

NBC News

Sakinah Irizarry, who has fifth- and seventh-grade students in the district, said that the assignment was harmful to every student, regardless of race, because it asked them to treat a traumatic experience as a thought experiment based on lies. Read More >>

The New York Post

Parents at a California school are questioning why a kindergarten teacher who opted not to return to the physical classroom is taking her virtual lessons on a Mexican vacation. Read More >>