With some schools possibly reopening in the fall, K-12 leaders need to ensure their buildings are safe during the coronavirus era. And carefully controlled indoor humidity levels can help reduce the spread and transmission of COVID-19 in schools.
One North Dakota bill would have mandated school board members be randomly drug tested at least once a year during their term. The other would have made school boards create a drug testing policy for staff or those receiving remuneration for services provided to the school district.
What if students could start training for high-demand, high-wage jobs while earning a high school diploma? Would a larger percentage of students find careers faster? Washington Gov. Jay Inslee says “yes.” That's why $110 million of his $54.4 billion proposed state operating budget is designated for K12 technical and vocational education. The timing couldn’t be more critical.