New York City schools change traditional grading system | Americans Cancel Education Plans | Tulane-affiliated education group gets federal grant to study schools’ response | Michigan pledges $130 million to keep child care providers open
Pandemic response: State Board of Education to consider stop-gap measure for new teachers | Cal State Campus Commits to Online-Only Classes for Fall 2020 | How equity has overhauled grading in online learning | Can Colleges Reopen in the Fall?
School districts begin 'scenario planning' | Research & Education Networks Announce Collaborative Support for COVID-19 Western States Pact | Milwaukee voters approve $87 million | New Telehealth Program Launched for Students to Access Health Care
4 in 10 U.S. Teens Say They Haven't Done Online Learning Since Schools Closed | $6 billion will go to colleges to aid low-income students | Florida Supreme Court rejects districts’ challenge | Online education platforms scale college STEM instruction
CA school unions, district leaders pledge to cooperate on coronavirus challenges | Newark school board votes to suspend policies, empower superintendent | Teachers can help ease parents into new role | Alaska doubles minimum internet speeds for schools
Governor Cooper directs funding to schools | Arizona works to roll out child care for front-line workers | Chicago to buy more computers and ramp up virtual learning | Mississippi State Board of Education Suspends Key Policies to Manage Impact of Extended School Closures
Expect California schools to remain closed until summer | Maryland Senate passes sweeping schools reform bill with amendments | Veterans’ advocates urge Congress to protect GI Bill benefits | USDA and partners plan to offer food delivery for rural students
House coronavirus response act passes with school meal assistance proposals | Senate approves public education budget that raises per-pupil spending | Congress gets a proposal to spend $400 million | Redefining what 'code' means today
CA's Largest District Rolls Out Seal of Approval for STEM Schools | Rural Colleges More Nimble in Scaling up Pathways | IN. Lawmakers Back Dropping Tests in Teacher Evaluations | Proposal to Let 16-Year Olds Vote in CO. School Board Elections Advances
Lawsuit settlement results in $50 million for reading programs in CA | More rural ND schools opting for 4-day week | Identifying Local Skills Gaps | Ohio graduates won't have to be "proficient" in Math or English, under state superintendent's plan
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