– Data Covid-19 USA – Stuyvesant, Brooklyn Tech and other schools across the country are under pressure to end entrance exams. Students have complicated feelings about that.
– Data Covid-19 USA – The filing questions the constitutionality of Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s order allowing parents to decide whether their children should comply with mask rules at school.
Gov. Doug Ducey has been using federal pandemic aid to undermine school mask requirements, which Treasury said violated the law.
Federal stimulus dollars are dedicated to helping students recover from virtual schooling. Many districts are spending some of that money on virtual tutoring.
Teachers unions also planned demonstrations nationwide that are expected to pose a serious challenge for the government of President Emmanuel Macron.
A small group of Alaskan middle-schoolers gets a hands-on lesson in hunting and processing food from the land.
As millions of American students head back to their desks, the Covid-19 testing that was supposed to help keep classrooms open safely is itself being tested.
All staff members and students, vaccinated or not, must be tested for the coronavirus before returning to public school campuses.
Schools across England are grappling with what it looks like to live with the pandemic as it enters its third year. Sound familiar?
The variant is spreading fast. For some, it is causing milder illness. But its distinct qualities have left Americans making a new set of calculations.
Chicago teachers have voted to go remote. Other unions are agitating for change. For Democrats, who promised to keep schools open, the tensions are a distinctly unwelcome development.
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