A New Role in a New Normal: How Two School Nurses are Preparing for School Reopenings
In this three part video series, two school nurses process how their profession has been upended by the coronavirus pandemic and how they will prepare for the upcoming school year.
How the Supreme Court’s LGBTQ Ruling Impacts Education
The Supreme Court issued an important decision on LGBTQ rights in the workplace this week. Here’s how that decision could impact education.
'The World is Watching Us’: High School Students Reflect on Police Brutality Protests
Following the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, high school students nationwide have organized and participated in protests against police brutality and racism. They share their thoughts on what’s motivated them, and what's keeping them going.
Teaching in the Time of Coronavirus: Meet the Teachers
First in a series of five videos, we hear from teachers across the country who share their experiences in adapting to new teaching environments due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The CDC Guidance on Reopening Schools, Explained
New CDC recommendations on schools and COVID-19 address everything from bus rides to masks to closing cafeterias. Here’s what you need to know.
Diane Ravitch in Her Own Words
Diane Ravitch explains the evolution of her public education activism, including her changing positions on standardized testing, teachers’ unions, charter schools, and what it will take to improve the nation’s schools. April 10, 2020
In Houston, School Meals Are About Expanding Equity and Improving Climate
Betti Wiggins, the officer of nutrition services in the Houston Independent School District, believes that school meals can be used as a vehicle to expand equity and improve school climate. April 14, 2020
Larry Ferlazzo’s 7 Tips for Parents Supporting Remote Learning
Larry Ferlazzo, a teacher at Luther Burbank High School in Sacramento, Calif., provides advice for parents on how best to support children at any age as they adapt to their new learning environments. April 9, 2020
Homeschool During Coronavirus: How Parents and Kids are Reacting
Families across the country interview each other about what it's like to learn at home since schools closed due to coronavirus (COVID-19).
Larry Ferlazzo’s 7 Tips for Remote Teaching
During the coronavirus pandemic, Larry Ferlazzo, a high school teacher at Luther Burbank High School in Sacramento, Calif., reached out to dozens of teachers for their best ideas on remote learning. He shares those tips in this video. April 1, 2020
National Survey on Coronavirus Preparedness Shows School Leaders Aren't Ready for Remote Learning
To get a handle on how schools are preparing and responding to coronavirus, EdWeek surveyed over 1,000 district and school leaders.
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