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Weekly NewsBriefs 11/28/22 - 12/4/22

Citing staff shortage, Alabama starts paying student teachers to lead classrooms – By Tricia Powell Crain, AL.com Alabama school districts are getting creative in how they recruit and re...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 11/21/22 - 11/27/22

Superintendents say pandemic's educational impact goes deeper than realized – By Katie Lannan, GBH News State and local education officials said Tuesday that schools face a twin c...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 10/24/22 - 10/30/22

  Illinois uses federal COVID money to expand high-impact tutoring. Will it help students catch up? – By Samantha Smylie, Chalkbeat Jack Goodwin was already struggling with math in mid...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 10/17/22 - 10/23/22

  The $1.1 Billion Math Solution? Gates Foundation Makes Math Its Top K-12 Priority – By Marianna McMurdock, The 74 As the nation witnesses unprecedented declines in academic achieveme...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 10/10/22 - 10/16/22

  Recent cyberattacks highlight the vulnerability of California schools – By Joe Hong, Cal Matters If Los Angeles Unified, the state’s largest school district, can be hit with a ransom...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 10/3/22 - 10/9/22

  Lawmakers, school officials meet over facial recognition technology in schools – By Kathleen Shannon, Montana Public Radio State lawmakers studying facial recognition technology expres...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 9/26/22 - 10/2/22

  Gov. Phil Murphy vetoes bill eliminating ‘unnecessary’ teaching certification – By Tennyson Donyea, WHYY New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy vetoed a bill on Thursday that would have elimina...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 9/19/22 - 9/25/22

  Kansas pitches plan offering 9 hours of college courses to ‘under-resourced’ high school students – By Tim Carpenter, Kansas Reflector Kansas Board of Education member Betty Arnold b...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 9/12/22 - 9/18/22

  Shorter work weeks become the incentive as districts struggle to hire new teachers – By Micah Ward, District Administration Since the onset of COVID, district leaders have been force...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 9/5/22 - 9/11/22

  Facing Pandemic Learning Crisis, District Spend Relief Funds at a a Snail’s Pace – By Linda Jacobson, The 74 Schools that closed their doors the longest due to COVID have spent just ...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 8/29/22 - 9/4/22

  Dual-immersion programs show promise in fighting enrollment declines – By Zaidee Stavely, EdSource When 6-year-old Mia Truong started reading and writing in Vietnamese in addition to...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 8/22/22 - 8/28/22

  Minnesota Department of Education identifies hundreds of schools in need of additional support – By Eder Campuzano and MaryJo Webster, the Star Tribune The Minnesota Department of Educ...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 8/15/22 - 8/21/22

  Learning spaces, wellness rooms, nature trails. This is the K-12 school of the future – By Jennifer Kingston, Axios The hallway-and-classroom model of school architecture is out. Inste...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 8/8/22 - -8/14/22

  Strategies Revealed for Effective Delivery of K-12 Online Education – By Laura Oleniacz, NC State University News North Carolina State University researchers released findings from an ...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 8/1/22 - 8/7/22

  Tutoring is tops for academic recovery. Can schools make it work? – By Matt Zalaznick, District Administration Finding enough tutors is the biggest challenge schools face in helping s...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 7/25/22 - 7/31/22

  Most mask mandates ended last school year. Now they are slowly returning – By Matt Zalaznick, District Administration Much of the general public has ditched masks but students in some ...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 7/18/22 - 7/24/22

  While superintendents are lukewarm, tougher rules may be coming in how high schools are graded – By Will Sentell, The Baton Rogue Advocate State education leaders are mapping plans t...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 7/11/22 - 7/17/22

  California COVID guidance for 2022-23 stresses keeping schools open – From K-12 Dive Staff Reports As district leaders prepare for a fourth pandemic school year, the California Departm...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 7/4/22 - 7/10/22

  Kansas may ditch class hours for real-world training as graduation requirements – By Suzanne Perez, The Wichita Eagle For more than a century, Kansas students have earned credits — and...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 6/27/22 - 7/3/22

  NYC rolling out 2 virtual learning programs with aim to turn them into fully remote schools by 2023 – By Cayla Bamberger, NY Post Remote learning could be here to stay. New York Ci...

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