Educators likely can leave their masks home in a matter of weeks, says Dr. Joseph G. Allen, of the T.H. Chan School of Public Health at Harvard University
COVID grief, loss, and trauma from the past year may not be easy to talk about but it’s something that should be properly addressed in the classroom
Rutgers University recently became one of the first universities to require vaccine passports for its 71,000-plus students
In this recent Tech & Learning virtual roundtable, educators and professionals talk about the building blocks of a student safety district program.
School COVID testing can help keep the nation’s schools open to in-person learning but there are still questions about the availability of tests and regulations around administering them.
The U.S. Department of Education’s recent National Safe School Reopening Summit included best practices, resources, and more to support the return to in-person learning
The National Safe School Reopening Summit will bring together educators and stakeholders on March 24 to address concerns and look ahead
The 6-foot distance requirement has kept many kids out of school. Here’s why it’s no longer recommended.
It's human nature to let down our guard in certain situations. Here are some Covid-related risks to keep an eye on
Experts from the Yale School of Public Health and Johns Hopkins School of Medicine discuss the implications of the latest CDC guidance in regard to in-person learning
Educators should be wearing better masks, says Dr. Joseph G. Allen, director of the Healthy Buildings Program at Harvard University’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health.