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DO SCHOOLS SPREAD COVID? IT MAY DEPEND ON HOW BAD THINGS ALREADY ARE AROUND THEM

From Chalkbeat
By Matt Barnum Jan 4, 2021

Opening school buildings doesn’t increase the spread of COVID-19 in places where cases or hospitalizations from the virus are rare, according to two new studies. READ MORE

 

IS IN-SCHOOL LEARNING BEST FOR ALL STUDENTS? IN THESE TIMES, THERE'S NO RULE FOR EVERYONE

From TCPalm/Treasure Coast Newspapers
By Sommer Brugal, December 11, 2020

Since August, educators across the Treasure Coast have been urging families — especially those whose children are struggling in a remote-learning setting — to send their students back to campus. READ MORE

 

SCHOOLS CONFRONT 'OFF THE RAILS' NUMBERS OF FAILING GRADES 

From the Associated Press
By Carolyn Thompson, Sunday, December 6, 2020

The first report cards of the school year are arriving with many more Fs than usual in a dismal sign of the struggles students are experiencing with distance learning. READ MORE

 

WHAT SHOULD EDUCATION ISSUES FOR THE NEXT ADMINISTRATION LOOK LIKE?

From The Hill

By Nina Rees, Opinion Contributor  - 12/07/20

Nearly everyone in education wonders how the new administration plans to shape the federal role in the sector and how policies will affect charter schools. Joe Biden wants to unify the country, support working families, and invest in the future of our economy. It is unclear how education will factor into that vision, but charter schools will play a critical role. READ MORE

 

 

 

IN FLURRY OF FRIDAY BILL FILINGS, JEFF BRANDES DRAFTS
CIVICS EDUCATION RE-DO

From FLAPOL

By Janelle Irwin Taylor  December 5, 2020

Sen. Jeff Brandes filed a bill Friday that aims to improve civics education in Florida high schools. The goal is to increase citizen engagement. READ MORE

 
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