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COVID, SCHOOLS, AND THE HIGH-STAKES EXPERIMENT NO ONE WANTED 

From WIRED

By Sandra Upson  January 18, 2021

Reopening in the fall was a massive gamble. At one high-poverty elementary school, navigating the risks paid off. READ MORE

 

EFFECTIVE ONLINE TEACHER TRAINING GROWS, BUT IN-PERSON SUPPORTS STILL NEEDED

From K-12DIVE

By Kara Arundel  Published Jan. 13, 2021

Educator professional development is becoming more accessible, flexible and personalized as a result of the pandemic-related need for online training but experts say face-to-face interactions will still be essential to building effective teacher workforces. READ MORE

 

 

FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION RATES CLIMB AMID PANDEMIC

From WJCT
By THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA • JAN 11, 2021

Graduation rates for Florida high school students ticked up last year, with 90 percent of students graduating, according to a state Department of Education report released last week. READ MORE

 

WHAT CONGRESSIONAL COVID FUNDING MEANS FOR K-12 SCHOOLS

From FutureED
By Phyllis W. Jordan, Editorial Director

(Updated 1/14) A new, $1.9 trillion stimulus package proposed by President-elect Joe Biden would dedicate an additional $170 billion for K-12 schools and higher education, as well as spending billions more to prop up the state and local governments that are critical to funding education. READ MORE

 

COULD SCHOOLS EVENTUALLY REQUIRE CORONAVIRUS VACCINES?

From WUSF Public Media
By Stephanie Colombini  Published January 4, 2021

Schools typically mandate vaccines that prevent highly contagious diseases. The coronavirus spreads easily, but experts say we need to learn more about whether new vaccines can protect kids from it safely. READ MORE

 
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