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WHAT ROLE WILL SCHOOLS PLAY IN COVID-19 VACCINE DISTRIBUTION? 

From K-12 Dive
By Natalie Gross Nov. 25, 2020

In nearly three decades as a school nurse, National Association of School Nurses President Laurie Combe has dealt with her share of infectious diseases.
Before COVID-19, there was measles, tuberculosis and swine flu, which all required similar precautions, such as quarantine, contact tracing and educating the public about the risks of exposure and the benefits of immunizing children for prevention. READ MORE

 

SCHOOL COMMUNITIES LARGELY EMBRACE MASKS DESPITE LAWSUITS

From EducationDive

By Kara Arundel   Published Nov. 12, 2020

With the school year several months underway and the number of COVID-19 cases increasing across the country, school systems are finding that, for the most part, students, parents and staff are complying with mask policies in areas where they are required. READ MORE

 

PINELLAS REP. CHRIS LATVALA IS STATE HOUSE’S NEW LEADER ON EDUCATION

From Tampa Bay Times

By Jeffrey S. Solochek  Published Nov. 16 2020

As Florida lawmakers convene in Tallahassee this week to organize for the spring session, some direction has begun to take shape in the annually contentious area of education policy. READ MORE

 

DISAPPOINTING 12TH GRADE NAEP PROMPTS CALLS FOR CURRICULUM, FUNDING IMPROVEMENTS

From EducationDive
By Kara Arundel
Published Oct. 29, 2020

This article highlights the dip in scores in the most recent National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) among students scoring in the lowest percentiles. READ MORE

 

GREAT EDUCATION SHOULD HAVE NO ENEMIES - CHARTER SCHOOLS IN THE 2020 ELECTION

From Forbes

By Jeanne Allen  October 31, 2020

Myonia Hill’s successful journey through education in Washington, DC is owing to Friendship Collegiate Academy, part of the first black-led charter school network in the country.  READ MORE

 
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