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


Matt Zalaznick

3D printing would appear to be among the most hands-on of the many educational activities that have been disrupted by COVID and online learning. Read More >>

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Stimulus Funding vs E-Rate: What’s Next on the Funding Horizon Webinar

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Get questions answered on existing stimulus funding available through CARES and subsequent aid packages with updates on planned stimulus legislation discuss what is really on the horizon for the K-12. Learn More >>


Charles Hendrix

Federal Communications Commission and U.S. Education Department fund Emergency Connectivity program and Emergency Broadband Benefit programs under American Rescue Plan. Read More >>

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4 Reasons Why Summer Internships Are Not Just a College Thing

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To support you as you guide your students toward college readiness, Naviance by PowerSchool highlights ways high school summer internships can help prepare students to thrive during and after college. Learn More >>


Joshua Starr, DA guest columnist

One small, silver lining of the pandemic may be a collective understanding and acknowledgment that some students and families are suffering more than others. Read More >>




"What's our direction to the school districts and the other schools? Our direction is relatively simple. Have a normal school year," DeSantis said. "That's what we want, and that's what will happen." Read More >>


State Superintendent Cade Brumley supports a bill that would open the door for a handful of systems to try this approach. Read More >>

ABC News

“When students drop out, they typically look for an out, an opportunity to leave. And this has provided that, unfortunately,” Sandy Addis, chairman of the National Dropout Prevention Center, said recently, referring to the pandemic. Read More >>