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
Gov. Jared Polis launches $32.7 million fund to incubate ideas to improve student learning during the pandemic | Affluent Parents Are Pulling Their Kids Out Of Public Schools | Why Schools Are Struggling To Feed Students | Many parents fill in gaps for preschoolers
CT Schools to get Additional $160M in State Funds | Seattle Mayor Announces $95M Investment for K-12 Education | DeVois regarding Statewide Assessments | New Data Reavelas COVID-19's Harsh Toll on Latino Community
Newsom ordered to respond to Orange County Board of Education petition | Secretary DeVos Congratulates 2020 President's Education Awards Program Recipients | Virtual learning sites sprout up | School districts plan COVID-19 trauma support
California districts try to improve virtual special education | UW System wants to cover tuition for in-state students | No Stimulus Deal: Senators Leave Washington For Summer Recess | Va. Department of Education grants Hampton Schools more than $1.9M in funding
NC Gov. Directs $95.6M to Help Students | TX School Advocates Launch Campaign Urging Parents to Keep Kids in Public Schools | US Dept of Ed Launches New Title IX Resources | Univ System of GA Sets Records for Degrees Awarded
Tennessee officials offer $100K teacher program grants | Adapting CTE programs to remote environments could expand access beyond COVID-19 | Gov. Whitmer calls on all state universities to have students stay home | Extra Tuition-Free Time on Campus
What remote learning will look like this fall for Massachusetts students | Report examines the impact of mandatory FAFSA policies | Miami-Dade Schools Prepare for Online Learning | S.C. receives $15M Rethink K-12 Education grant
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