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


Matt Zalaznick

AFT leaders and union members are going door-to-door in dozens of communities to convince students to get vaccinated and return to in-person instruction. Read More >>

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Matt Zalaznick

Adults, in general, are more supportive of school mask mandates for unvaccinated children and teachers than are the parents of K-12 students, a new poll has found. Read More >>

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Paul S. Haughey, DA guest columnist

COVID demonstrated that if educators pool our limited resources and focus on teaching and learning in a variety of models, we can achieve anything we set our minds to. Read More >>


Join Cisco Meraki to learn about K-12 tech stack and how to fund it

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Learn about the tech needed to support different K-12 learning models and the federal funding available. Cisco Meraki and two IT directors will share their technology expertise and funding insights. Register Now >>

Preventing Suicide in Your Schools

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In this webinar, learn how school leaders can overcome misconceptions about suicide to help students who have experienced trauma, have mental health conditions, or are in despair. What you know could save a life. Register Now >>


Miami Herald

“Broward County Public Schools intends to comply with the Governor’s latest Executive Order,’’ the district said in a statement Monday afternoon. Read More >>

The 74

When the pandemic first struck, many child well-being advocates worried that the massive shift to remote school would spur an uptick in a troubling behavior: online bullying. Read More >>

The Texas Tribune

When Texas teachers return to their public or open-enrollment charter school classrooms later this year, a new state law will restrict how they can discuss current events, encourage civic engagement and teach about America’s history of racism. Read More >>