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As of Sept. 7, two states and Puerto Rico have ordered all teachers to get vaccinated. Another seven states and the District of Columbia have said teachers must get vaccinated or undergo regular testing. edweek.org/policy-politic…
Nationwide, the rates of children and teenagers hospitalized with COVID-19 has ballooned nearly tenfold since the Delta strain of the pandemic took over in midsummer, from 0.11 at the start of June to 0.49 per 100,000 on Sept. 1. edweek.org/leadership/chi…
Tracking the spread of COVID-19 in schools is an extremely important component to containing the virus. 25 states and the District of Columbia provide public dashboards with information on the number of COVID-19 cases in individual schools or districts. edweek.org/policy-politic…
The pandemic has increased the amount of reading young children do in digital formats, and a new research analysis suggests parent and teacher behavior can mean the difference in whether e-books help or hinder reading skills in the long run. edweek.org/teaching-learn…
Does your current job check all the boxes that are important to you? If not, now’s the time to find one that does. EdWeek Top School Jobs makes it easy for you to apply to over 30,000 jobs in districts all over the country and find your next job fast. edwk.it/38e2jJ
In a series of videos, students and educators from across the United States share what they’re hopeful for as they head into the 2021-22 school year. edweek.org/teaching-learn…
All kinds of technologies have helped save K-12 education from collapsing during the pandemic. At the 9/15 #DigitalInstruction summit, you will learn about using tech, evaluating products, making difficult decisions, and ultimately accelerating learning. edwk.it/3mxbywt
"The emotions brought on by the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, are oddly reminiscent of what I felt that day—fear." #EWOpinion edweek.org/teaching-learn…
Earlier this year, we asked you to tell us how Education Week inspires you to uplift your academic communities. Here’s how Erica Silva, Ed.D. is #empoweredto serve hers. @doctorasilva
Students in the Los Angeles Unified school district must get their first dose of the vaccine by Nov. 21 and the second by Dec. 19. edweek.org/leadership/cov…
On Thursday, @POTUS urged more schools to routinely test students for COVID-19 and more governors to step up teacher vaccination efforts as part of a larger plan to address concerns about the pandemic’s more contagious Delta variant. edweek.org/policy-politic…
Integrating SEL & Tech Into This New School Year (Opinion) edwk.it/2YRDHox
Now's the perfect time to lock down your dream job. Sign up for job alerts to get job openings delivered directly in your inbox: edwk.it/2ZGh0kk
How much did your district get in pandemic emergency aid? When must the money be spent? Is there more on the way? @MarkALieberman and @AndrewUjifusa provide answers: edweek.org/policy-politic…
Dr. Peter Marks said he is hopeful that COVID-19 vaccinations for 5- to 11-year-olds will be underway by year’s end. Maybe sooner. edweek.org/education/fda-…
Feds Add Florida to List of States Under Investigation Over Restrictions on Mask Mandates edwk.it/3jYPCJa
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President Joe Biden's COVID-19 plan will create new teacher vaccination and testing requirements in some states through worker safety rules. edweek.org/policy-politic…
Can They Do That? Questions Swirl Around COVID-19 School Vaccine Mandates edwk.it/3C6CpUZ
Some of the country’s most prominent education groups are organizing against efforts to restrict teaching students about racism. edweek.org/leadership/tea…
Principals Bear the Brunt of Parental Anger, Staff Fatigue as COVID Drags On edwk.it/3nl78Jw
Kentucky Ends All Statewide Mask Mandates After Governor's Vetoes Overridden edwk.it/3A9c4oI
Parents and educators shared best practices for effective communication related to the pandemic. It all centers on transparency. edweek.org/leadership/cov…
How to Preserve the Good Parts of Pandemic Schooling (Opinion) edwk.it/38ZvCQ8
Look Up How Much COVID Relief Aid Your District is Getting edwk.it/3jZsIkI
How Biden Will Mandate Teacher Vaccines, Testing in Some States That Don't Require Them edwk.it/3laMzwR
New: Biden's COVID plan includes a federal path to teacher vaccine-or-test rules in some states that don't require them-- and some states that have forbidden districts from setting such mandates. bit.ly/3hnl027
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School shootings—terrifying to students, educators, parents, and communities—reignite polarizing debates. To bring context to these debates, our journalists began tracking shootings at K-12 schools that resulted in firearm-related injuries or deaths. edwk.it/3l84Meq
COVID Protocols Keep Changing. Here's How Schools Can Keep Parents in the Know edwk.it/3yVA50Y
Everything You Need to Know About Schools and COVID Relief Funds edwk.it/3z2tjX2
On the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks, a teacher explains how to help students understand the day's significance. #EWOpinion edweek.org/teaching-learn…
"Everyone has those moments in life that shape their worldview. One of mine happened Sept. 11, 2001, in New York City." On 9/11/01, @kbushweller was on an unrelated assignment at a magnet high school in the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Read his story: edweek.org/leadership/oh-…
Why do we run #LeadersToLearnFrom? 💭 Because K-12 leadership matters—and so does sharing the insights of outstanding superintendents, chief academic officers, and other district employees with our readers. Nominate your unsung hero here:edwk.it/3kVw9tBOI
As of Sept. 7, two states and Puerto Rico have ordered all teachers to get vaccinated. Another seven states and the District of Columbia have said teachers must get vaccinated or undergo regular testing. edweek.org/policy-politic…
A law temporarily barring the use of biometric-based surveillance in New York schools supersedes a lawsuit from the state ACLU chapter. edweek.org/technology/n-y…
The commitment to getting kids back in school buildings remains strong, which means schools must be creative about how they integrate technology into teaching and learning. Register for the 9/15 #DigitalInstruction summit here: edwk.it/3mxbywt
As many students return to in-person instruction after staying at home for much of the 2020-21 academic year, parents and teachers alike are hoping school itself will look different. edweek.org/teaching-learn…
As the field of education moves forward, deepening expertise in distance learning will continue to be top of mind. Discover real-world, research-backed strategies to ensure student success during remote learning. @drlangraad #sponsorcontent bit.ly/378fpHw
Janet Huger-Johnson was a 5th grade teacher in New York City on Sept. 11, 2001. Here's her story. edweek.org/teaching-learn…
The FCC's second application window for its $7 billion, out-of-school connectivity fund is — at least for now — focused on supporting future tech purchases, not reimbursing costs incurred early in the pandemic. via @EdMarketBrief marketbrief.edweek.org/marketplace-k-…
In Los Angeles Unified, students 12 and older must be immunized to attend in person—a new layer in an already strict set of COVID protocols. edweek.org/leadership/cov…
COVID Vaccines Will Be Mandatory for Students in Nation's Second-Largest School District edwk.it/3hi8Nfl
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Biden encouraged states to mandate teacher vaccines and expand school testing, but he set no penalties for those that don't or incentives for those that do. bit.ly/2Xb5bEX
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Biden Pushes Schools to Expand COVID-19 Testing, Get More Teachers Vaccinated edwk.it/38SqM7t
Schools need to buckle down to engage and educate kids—not lower (or eliminate) expectations in the name of “equity," writes @rickhess99. #EWOpinion #RHSU edweek.org/leadership/opi…
'Chaos in the Adult World': A New York Principal Tells Her Story of Being a Teacher on 9/11 edwk.it/2WZaG9j
Teachers' Union, Education Groups Unite to Resist Critical Race Theory Bans edwk.it/2XaeNQ8
Across New Orleans and southeastern Louisiana, families are still waiting to hear when their children can return to school, as districts assessed hurricane damage. edweek.org/education/250k…
Democrats Want $82 Billion for School Buildings. Is That Enough? edwk.it/3yXRSEL
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