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More than 180,000 children have caught COVID over the past month, but the risk of severe disease appears to still be rare.
Increased testing, vaccines, and loosened quarantine restrictions among strategies districts are employing to keep students in-person at school.
A new report examines the impact of Covid-19 transmission on campuses across the country.
Schools, educators, and students are front and center in the new administration’s plans.
The new administration hopes to get students back in the physical classroom by investing billions in rapid Covid testing technology
Plans and approaches regarding vaccines for teachers vary greatly from state to state
What you need to know about the impact of in-person school on Covid-19
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While most markets are reeling from the COVID-19 pandemic, K-12 education has seen the most disruption to its core service model.
Contact tracing programs require a combination of technology, personnel, and cooperation
Tech & Learning's "COVID Diary" series follows educators and administrators as they share how their districts are handling teaching and learning during the pandemic
Tents and outdoor classrooms are springing up on campuses, with edtech following
A recent NWEA study indicates that students may return to school in fall 2020 substantially behind in reading and math.
A new analysis finds that California ranks second in the nation for highest population of students and teachers lacking adequate internet connection and devices at home.
New research from the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) provides insight into the kinds of remote instruction districts were able to offer
Ebooks and audiobooks have become key for kids learning at home.
The achievement gap between low- and high-income students is expected to increase by as much as 18% for students from low-income schools by the end of this school year.
Programming will offer age-appropriate content that is aligned to standards and lessons for early childhood education and includes foundational reading skills, literacy, math, social studies, and science.
One resource that educators can consider sharing with families is Scholastic's free Summer Read-A-Palooza program.