Millions of Students Have Limited Contact With Teachers | Massive School Bond Issues Support Distance Learning | Proposed Bill Makes Computer Science a Graduation Must | Chicago Sets Jan 11 School Reopening Date
What Happens when Private Student Information Leaks | Why Los Angeles County’s Neediest School Districts don't Apply for Waivers | Pasco Schools Seek to Improve Equity for Students, Employees | Mastery vs. Seat-Time Debate Takes Center Stage
WA is buying $24M worth of computer technology for students | AZ Proposition 208: Voters OK New Tax On High Earners To Fund Schools | Teachers’ union suffers setback in effort to delay school reopening in CHI | NYC to keep ‘red zone’ schools closed for now
NYC schools will offer flexibility on grades | Families of some special education students in Texas may be eligible for aid | Reading Scores Fall Among U.S. High School Seniors | Pinellas School Board approves raises for all employees
Idaho families can get thousands to help with education costs | New Jersey names new state education commissioner | State Education Board Meeting to Address District Exemptions, Teacher Evaluations | CDC Clarifies '15-Minute Rule' for Social Distancing
Up to 1 million California students may still lack connectivity | How do you create a more diverse teacher force? | New Mexico names leader of Indigenous education reform | U.S. Department of Education Releases 2017-18 Civil Rights Data Collection
Million Girls Moonshot aims to bring 1M girls into school STEM programs | Tennessee looks at COVID testing in schools | Special education funding should be less isolated | Connecticut education officials consider online learning
Secretary DeVos Announces $24 Million in Grants for Native American Students | States Invest in Datacasting to Bridge the K-12 Digital Divide | Shelby County Schools to Use More Virtual Teachers | Data that Educators Need to Reopen Schools isn't Coming
Thousands of students are missing from Chicago’s virtual classrooms | MD school systems can begin sports 10/7 | Grambling State’s education department recruits Black men to teaching profession | Will the pandemic stall the free college movement?
Governors Spend of CARES Act Education Funds | Some TX Teachers Starting the Year With Huge Salary Hikes | Public Schools making ‘Gradual’ Transition to Blended Learning | Lake Charles Schools Suffer $300 million in damages from Hurricane Laura
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