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FLORIDA’S ORDER TO REOPEN SCHOOLS STANDS - FOR NOW - AFTER APPEAL COURT RULING

From ORLANDO SENTINEL
By LESLIE POSTAL  AUG 31, 2020

In a victory for state education leaders, an appeals court said Monday that Florida’s school reopening order did not force students back to campus, nor teachers back into classrooms, and should remain in effect while the lawsuits challenging its constitutionality move through the court system.  READ MORE

 

FEWER TEACHERS RESIGNED THIS SUMMER COMPARED TO LAST, DESPITE COVID-19 CONCERNS 

By Sommer Brugal, Treasure Coast Newspapers
August 20, 2020

Fewer teachers across the Treasure Coast resigned this summer than last, despite increased concerns surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, records show. READ MORE

 

CDC UPDATES SCHOOL GUIDELINES FOR COVID-19 PANDEMIC

From CNN
By Jen Christensen August 21, 2020

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated its school guidance Friday. The update adds more details to existing guidelines that will better inform administrators' decisions about opening schools and limit risk, according to CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield. READ MORE

 

VENTILATION SHOULD BE PART OF THE CONVERSATION ON SCHOOL REOPENING. WHY ISN’T IT? 

From STAT

By ALEXANDRA FEATHERS  AUGUST 5, 2020

This article examines, in detail, the importance of ventilation in dealing with this virus, which is primarily spread through respiration.

Like every other parent with a school-age child, I want schools to reopen in the fall — including the one I’m attending...READ MORE

 

LOCKDOWN HIGHLIGHTS WHY WE SHOULD FUND STUDENTS INSTEAD OF SCHOOL SYSTEMS 

From YourObserver.com

By Corey DeAngelis and Adrian Moore

This thought-provoking opinion piece makes the case for funding students instead of school systems in this era of the pandemic.

Funding students directly allows less advantaged families to afford various schooling options. READ MORE

 
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