Teachers Turn to Mindfulness After a Stressful Pandemic Year
American Academy of Pediatrics Recommends Universal Masking in Schools for Everyone Older Than 2
A Surge in Pandemic Fs Raises Old Concerns About Credit Recovery. Here’s How Schools Could Make It Better.
Schools Are Turning Stimulus Funds Into Teacher Bonuses
An Action Plan for Confronting Chronic Absenteeism This Fall
Covid-19 School Mandates for Masks, Vaccines Are Blocked in More States
‘Extreme’ Chronic Absenteeism? Pandemic School Attendance Data Is Bleak, But Incomplete
Schools Are Receiving $129 Billion in Stimulus Aid. Where Is It Going?
How Kids Benefit When Principals Get a Say in Spending Federal COVID-19 Aid
COVID-19 Outbreaks Are Hitting Summer Camps, So Are Schools Going to Be Next?
Many Parents Want to Continue Remote Learning. It May Not Be So Good for Their Children.
Educators’ Unions Support the New Federal Recommendations for Reopening Schools.
Schools Push to Get Students Vaccinated Before the Start of Academic Year
Schools Face Unfamiliar Quandary: How Should We Spend All This Money?
Time Is Running Out for Many Eligible U.S. Students to Get Fully Vaccinated Before Schools Reopen.
How Does the Delta Variant Figure Into Schools’ Opening Plans?
Summer School Is Here, and There Aren’t Enough Teachers to Help Students Catch Uput there aren’t enough teachers to help students catch up.
Want Students to Get the COVID-19 Vaccine? Here’s What to Do and Not to Do
Feds Seek to Promote Equity, COVID-19 Recovery, and ‘Systemic Change’ Through Grants
More Students of Color Expected to Return for In-Person Classes in the Fall but Reluctance Lingers, Research Suggests
CDC: Students of Color Still Got Less In-Person Instruction as School Buildings Reopened
Vaccinating Kids Against COVID-19: Why Families Are Afraid and How Schools Can Help
English-Learners May Need More Support This Fall. But That Doesn’t Mean They’re Behind
Districts Trying to Figure Out How to Handle Students Who Fell Behind This Year
The Pandemic Affected Mental Health and College Plans for U.S. High Schoolers
Dr. Scott Gottlieb Worries About Spread of Delta Covid Variant Among Kids in Schools This Fall
ER Visits for Suspected Suicide Spiked Among Teen Girls During Pandemic
Starting School After the Pandemic: Youngest Students Will Need Foundational Skills
Most Teachers Are Vaccinated, Union Says
After Months of Special Education Turmoil, Families Say Schools Owe Them
Knowing What Schools Did in the Pandemic Is Crucial. So Is Preserving That Data
After Enrollment Dips, Public Schools Hope for Fall Rebound
Teachers Are More Likely to Experience Depression Symptoms Than Other Adults
To Get Billions in COVID-19 Aid, States Pledge Focus on Mental Health, Learning Recovery
Schools Across US Brace for Surge of Kindergartners in Fall
Some in Congress Fear State Budget Decisions May Undercut COVID-19 Education Relief
Drop in Childhood Vaccinations During Pandemic May Raise Risk of Other Outbreaks When Schools Reopen, CDC Says
To Offer Remote Learning in the Fall or Not? Schools Are Split
Can Schools Mandate Covid-19 Vaccines for Children? What We Know
The State of Schools as the Pandemic Wanes
New COVID-19 Aid Coalition Highlights Strategies for Retaining Teachers, Digital Learning
One Big Reason Schools Are Ditching Remote Learning: The Cost
Graduation Rate Expected to Stall This Year at Some High Schools
Another COVID Side Effect: Many Kids Head to Summer School
New Rapid COVID Tests Show Promise in Children
Vaccinated Staff at ‘Exceedingly Low’ Risk of Getting COVID-19 From Unvaccinated Students
Forbidding Remote Learning: Why Some Schools Won’t Offer a Virtual Option This Fall
The Pandemic Brought Universal Free School Meals. Will They Stay?
Getting Face Time With Students May Be More Important Than You Think
New Data on the Ways Full-Time Remote Learners Lost Out
Schools Can Use COVID-19 Relief Money for Vaccinations and Teacher Bonuses, Feds Say
Tens of Thousands of Students May Have to Repeat a Grade. Should They?
Mental Health Problems Loom for the COVID Generation. Here’s What Schools Can Do
Moderna Says that Its Vaccine Is Effective for 12- to 17-Year-Olds and That It Will Seek F.D.A. Authorization
What’s the Best Way to Address Unfinished Learning? It’s Not Remediation, Study Says
Bus Driver Shortages Worsening for Many Districts as Schools Reopen
How Are Districts Planning to Spend American Rescue Plan Funds?
Teachers Are More Stressed Out Than Ever, Even Amid Promising Developments, Survey Shows
Virus Testing Strategies, Opinions Vary Widely in US Schools
National Teachers Union Leader Urges Full Reopening of Schools in Fall: ‘Conditions Have Changed’
‘I Feel Like I’m Just Drowning’: Sophomore Year in a Pandemic
Many School Districts Across US Ditch Mask Mandates, Alarming Public Health Experts
This Teachers Union Leader Told Fox News How to Help Get Kids Back to School: “We Have to Stop the Misinformation.”
Can Schools Require Students to Get COVID-19 Vaccines, and Will They?
Schools Can Help Families Apply for Federal Help in Paying for Home Internet Access
CDC Panel Could Recommend Pfizer’s COVID-19 Vaccine for Kids Ages 12-15 on Wednesday
Masks, Tracking, Desk Shields: How Much Do School Measures Reduce Families’ COVID-19 Risk?
To Vaccinate Younger Teens, States and Cities Look to Schools, Camps, Even Beaches
Schools Race to Track Down Students Who Stopped Showing Up to Class as Surge in Dropout Rate Feared
How the Pandemic Prompted Teachers to Give Students More Flexibility, Choice (in Charts)
Schools Are Open, but Many Families Remain Hesitant to Return
Remote Kindergarten During Covid-19 ‘Could Impact This Generation of Kids for Their Lifetime’
Remote Learning Isn’t Going Away. Will It Create Separate—and Unequal—School Systems?
Has COVID-19 Led to a Mass Exodus of Superintendents?
Pay Raises and Pandemic Bonuses: Can They Keep Teachers in Classrooms?
High Costs, Outdated Infrastructure Hinder Districts’ Air-Quality Efforts
What Teen Vaccines Mean for School Reopenings
Experts: Expanding Pfizer Vaccine to Young Kids Key to Curbing COVID
Biden Hits Schools Goal Even as Many Students Learn Remotely
Pfizer to Seek Authorization for Covid-19 Vaccine for Children Ages 2 to 11 in September
Some Black Parents Say Remote Learning Gives Racism Reprieve
Mindfulness Meditation Is Now a Staple in Public Schools, and Thanks to Zoom, Widely Accessible
New Teaching Jobs May Emerge With Continued Demand for Virtual Learning
States Are Waffling Over Billions in K-12 Federal Relief. Schools Are Getting Antsy.
Masks or No Masks: School Leaders Say They Can’t Make Anyone Happy
Biden Pitches Plan to Expand Universal Pre-K, Free School Meal Programs, Teacher Training
‘They Already Feel Like Bad Students.’ A Special Educator Reflects on Virtual Teaching
A Closer Look at Biden’s $1.8T for Families and Education
How Educators Are Approaching Summer Learning This Year
Summer School Is More Important Than Ever. But Teachers Are ‘Fried’ and Need a Break
Go Back or Push Forward? Schools Look to ‘Acceleration’ to Fill Pandemic Learning Gaps
Biden Expanding Summer Food Program for 34M Schoolchildren
Biden Administration’s Level of Tolerance for Cutting Standardized Tests Comes Into Focus
Cardona Releases First Wave of Aid to Help Schools Identify, Assist Homeless Students
Pandemic Learning Gaps Remain, Even As Students Make Progress
Kids Need Less Academic Pressure, More Support After A Year Of Isolation, Learning Loss
How the Pandemic Is Affecting Schools’ Mandated Collection Of Civil Rights Data
Minnesota Schools See ‘Worrisome’ Surge In COVID-19 Cases
American Rescue Plan to Reduce Child Poverty, Increase Access to Pre-K, College
To Get Remaining COVID-19 Aid, Schools and States Must Detail In-Person Learning Plans
Most Students Now Have Home Internet Access. But What About the Ones Who Don’t?
New Test Scores Show Students Rebounding After Pandemic-Related Learning Loss
During COVID-19, Schools Have Made a Mad Dash to 1-to-1 Computing. What Happens Next?
As Schools Weigh How to Use New Aid for Homeless Students, Finding Them Is Step One
FEMA Will Cover Some COVID-19 Staffing Costs for Schools
Asian Americans Wary About School Amid Virus, Violence
COVID Once Spared The Young; Now More Are Being Hospitalized
Some Schools Requiring Testing After Spring Vacation Week
Equipped With Federal Aid, Summer Schools Aim for Huge Increases in Enrollment
Backlash Growing to Biden’s Insistence That Schools Give Standardized Tests During the Pandemic
FEMA Is Spending Billions on Pandemic Relief. How Schools Can Get More of It
Teachers on Coping During a Year of Trauma, Their Concerns for Students, Upcoming Standardized Tests
Kids and COVID-19 Vaccines: The Latest News
Hospitals Open Pediatric Long-Haul COVID Units as Children Grapple with Lingering Virus Effects
Science Teaching and Learning Found to Fall Off in Pandemic
How to Talk About Next School Year Presents a Big Test for Education Leaders
Dual Instruction Leads to Kids Losing Out
Epidemiologists, Public-Health Authorities Point to School Sports as Major Contributor to Rising COVID Cases Among Young People
Online Schools Are Here to Stay, Even After the Pandemic
Miguel Cardona: Schools Must Work to Win Trust of Families of Color as They Reopen
Biden Pitches 41 Percent Spending Increase for Education Next Year on Top of COVID-19 Aid
Does It Hurt Children to Measure Pandemic Learning Loss?
Most Students With Disabilities Still Attend Remotely. Teachers Say They’re Falling Behind
Sending Children to School Increases Families’ Risk of COVID-19
Almost 80 Percent of Teachers, Child Care Workers Get at Least 1 Vaccine Dose, CDC Says
Survey: Even as Schools Reopen, Many Students Learn Remotely
Teens Are Starting to Get Vaccinated. That’s a Big Deal for Schools
“Staggering” Number of Children Have Lost at Least One Parent to Covid-19, Model Estimates
CDC Says Schools Don’t Need Daily Disinfection to Prevent the Spread of Coronavirus
How School Districts Plan to Spend $130 Billion in Federal Stimulus Money
Will School Be Back to Normal This Fall? Kind of, Sort of, Maybe.
Teachers Are Watching Students’ Screens During Remote Learning. Is That Invasion of Privacy?
With New Aid, Schools Seek Solutions to Problems New and Old
Data: What We Know About Student Mental Health and the Pandemic
Study: Pfizer COVID Vaccine 100% Effective Among Adolescents
Teens Are Driving COVID-19 Surges. Can Schools Counteract That?
Biden Education Team Squashes States’ Push to Nix All Tests but Approves Other Flexibility
Pandemic Masks Ongoing Child Abuse Crisis as Cases Plummet
Vaccinated Adults May Have More Freedom. But for Kids, ‘the Rules Haven’t Changed.’