All K-12 schools plan to spend emergency relief funds on this item in 2022 | Cutoff looms for Congress to extend USDA nutrition waiver authority | Florida to invest $89 million in workforce training | Indiana pre-K students see academic benefits through fourth grade
States easing substitute teaching requirements | Tennessee lawmakers advance school voucher bill | How the state plans to help schools hire hundreds of mental health staffers | New Mexico is pushing to be a 'model' for how race is taught
Ed Secretary Cardona finsishes a 'very, very difficult' first year | Cyberattack in Albuquerque forces schools to cancel classes | Dallas ISD Superintendent to leave role as district leader | Kansas school districts hopeful emergency order will help substitute teacher shortage
Georgia Pre-K teachers to get two more bonuses | Second state seeks to lift tuition ssistance ban on incarcerated students | California schools looks to add 10,000 mental health clinicians | Dozens of schools start 2022 with doors closed
School stability is a top priority | Will Bloomberg's $750M charter donation move the needle? | How much the pandemic could take away from today's kids | Investing in teacher wellness has never been more critical
Why student data remains at risk — and what educators are doing to protect it | Free School Lunch Expands to 8 More U.S. States | Minnesota schools call on retired teachers to fill vacancies | Where are the students?
School closings tracker | Supreme Court to decide on public assistance for religious school tuition | David Banks will be NYC’s next schools chancellor | State Board of Education asks Missouri to study open enrollment, raise teacher wages in '22
Ed Dept announces communities of practice to accelerate learning | 2 new initiatives aim to address Nevada’s teacher shortage | Chicago Public Schools eliminating sex-specific restrooms | 3 priorities fueling Latino leaders’ vision for a more inclusive school system
Deaf high school football team nears undefeated season | Oregon to implement ‘test-to-stay’ program in K-12 schools | Parents are scrambling after schools suddenly cancel class | Build Back Better Act a ‘Game-Changer’ for early education
Board approves West Virginia’s first online charter schools | Chicago might rely less on yellow buses to transport students next fall | Schools add wellness days to support mental health and block burnout | Staffing problems mount for Tennessee schools
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