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.’
Covid-19 Shots for Children Hold Key to Herd Immunity
As Pandemic Upends Teaching, Fewer Students Want to Pursue It
Sleep-Deprived Kids Have Gotten a Break with Remote Learning’s Later Start Times. Some Hope It’s a Wake-Up Call for Schools.
Republicans Tell Miguel Cardona His Plan for ESSA Waivers Seems to Violate the Law
EdWeek Q&A: Miguel Cardona Talks Summer Learning, Mental Health, and State Tests
Why Teacher Vaccinations Are So Hard to Track
How Can Schools Use $129 Billion in Covid Relief Funds?
Most Nonwhite Students in US Still Learning Entirely Online, School Reopening Survey Shows
Don’t Force Schools to Give Standardized Tests This Pandemic Year, Research Scholars Ask Education Secretary Cardona
School Budgets: Why They’re Not As Bad As Predicted
The Missing Students of the Pandemic
CDC Relaxes Distance Requirements in Schools from 6 to 3 Feet
COVID-19 Aid Package Protects Funding for Students in Poverty, But Could Challenge Schools
US Schools Prepare Summer of Learning to Help Kids Catch Up
Remote Schooling Strains Parents and Their Children, CDC Survey Suggests
Cardona Keeps Tough Stance on State Tests as He Focuses on School Reopenings
Feds Giving CT $107 Million for COVID Tests in Schools
Education Department Convening Summit to Help Schools Reopen
CDC Looks at Whether 3 Feet — Instead of 6 — Is Safe for Schools’ Social Distancing
How the Pandemic Is Reshaping Education
The $1.9 Trillion Stimulus Deal Includes A Groundbreaking Effort To Give Kids Internet Access
Avoiding Another COVID-19 Wave: How Schools Are Handling Spring Break Travel
Biden’s American Rescue Plan Is Actually a Huge New School Reform
Districts Eye Summer and Beyond to Recoup Learning Losses. Here’s What 3 Have on Tap
Cyberattacks on Schools Soared During the Pandemic
How Do Americans Really Feel About Reopening Schools?
Millions of Students Got Free Home Internet for Remote Learning. How Long Will It Last?
Federal Lawmakers Urge Miguel Cardona to Let States Cancel Tests, Highlighting Discord
Women Report Worse Side Effects After a Covid Vaccine
‘This Is a Significant Amount of Money’: COVID-19 Relief Bill Would Send Nearly $170 Billion to Schools
Teacher Vaccinations Go Untracked Amid School Reopening Push
Most Principals, District Leaders Predict Their Schools Will Be Fully In-Person This Fall
Vaccine Access Speeds Up for Teachers After Biden’s Declaration
Why Are Black Teachers Being Vaccinated at Lower Rates Than Their White Peers?
How Much COVID-19 Cleaning in Schools Is Too Much?
Return of Pet Projects in Congress Could Mean More Money for Schools to Address COVID-19
President Joe Biden Urges States to Vaccinate Teachers, School Staff This Month
Should Your School Be Fully Open? Here’s What the C.D.C. Says
New Findings on 2 Ways Children Become Seriously Ill From the Coronavirus
Testing Providers Could Be Forced to Pivot Quickly as Result of Biden’s State Testing Policy
Concern About Unspent COVID-19 School Aid Continues as Congress Moves Toward More Relief
6 Feet or 3 Feet: How Far Apart Do Students Need to Be?
Schools Must Still Give Standardized Tests This Year, Biden Administration Says
Fauci’s Latest on Vaccines for Young Kids: Not Likely This Year
More Teachers Are Asked to Double Up, Instructing Kids at School and at Home Simultaneously
Can Mass Self-Testing for Covid-19 Keep Schools Safe?
Teachers Are Stressed Out, and It’s Causing Some to Quit
Is Lunchtime the ‘Weak Link’ in School Reopening Plans?
What the CDC Guidelines Don’t Say About Classroom Ventilation and COVID-19 Spread
To Help Traumatized Students This Summer, Let Them Play, Sen. Chris Murphy Says in Q&A
V.P. Kamala Harris Calls for Teachers to Get COVID Vaccine Priority
White House Unveils New Money to Aid COVID-19 Testing in Schools, But Says More Is Needed
Biden Says Teachers Should Move Up in Priority to Receive COVID-19 Vaccine
Scientists Call on C.D.C. to Set Air Standards for Workplaces, Schools Now
What Educators Should Know About Digital Self-Harm During Hybrid and Remote Learning
Covid-Linked Syndrome in Children Is Growing and Cases Are More Severe
Low-Income Children Less Likely to Experience ‘Live’ Contact With Teachers, Analysis Finds
The Latest Remote-Learning Battle: Requiring Kids to Keep Cameras On
Biden’s Goal to Reopen Schools Meets High-Stakes Political Test
Is Biden Lowering the Bar for What ‘Reopening Schools’ Means?
Will There Be Standardized Tests This Year? 8 Questions Answered
Dems Attempt to Push Through School Funding, wage Increase
Getting Teachers the Covid-19 Vaccine Is a Hurdle to Reopening Schools
In the Absence of COVID Safety Plans, Teachers Are Resigning and Retiring Early
Amid Tough School Reopening Battles, Americans Continue To Cheer Teachers Unions
Summer School, Extended Learning a Priority in $129 Billion COVID-19 Relief Bill
‘We’re Not Being Taken Care of’: Many Teachers Still Ineligible for Vaccines
Schools Plan for Potential of Remote Learning into the Fall
Biden Discusses Vaccinations, School Reopenings, Foreign Policy in First Network Interview as President
Education Department Details New Survey to Explore COVID-19’s Effects on Students
Details of Biden’s Education Relief Pitch Prioritize Smaller Classes, Avoiding Layoffs
Should Schools Become Vaccination Sites for Everyone?
GOP Senators Like McConnell and Hawley Turn Up Heat on Schools to Hold In-Person Classes
Where Are U.S. Teachers Ineligible to Be Vaccinated?
Nearly Half of U.S. States Allow Teachers to Get Shots.
Covid-19 Testing in Schools Bolsters Safety but Is Hard to Set Up, Studies Find
How Much Real Learning Time Are Students Losing During the Pandemic?
Missing in School Reopening Plans: Black Families’ Trust
Lawmakers Push Mental Health Days for Kids Amid Pandemic
Biden Administration Urged to Allow States to Cancel Spring Standardized Testing
Q&A: Rep. Jahana Hayes on Sandy Hook Conspiracy Theories and the COVID-19 Aid Schools Need
Anthony Fauci: ‘Get Teachers Vaccinated as Quickly as We Possibly Can’
CDC Doesn’t Know if New Covid-19 Variants Are Causing Rare Complication in Children
Sick Kids in Class, Teachers Punished for Speaking Out: Over 780 COVID-19 Complaints Reveal Schools Ignoring Safety
Lawmakers Push $75 Billion for Learning Recovery Among Trio of COVID-19 Bills
Can Schools Really Reopen in 100 Days? How Staffing Could Hobble Biden’s Plan
U.K. Coronavirus Variant Probed for Increased Risk to Younger People
DeVos Balked at More State Testing Waivers. What Will Biden’s Ed Dept Do?
How Biden’s Data Mandate Could Help Schools Navigate the COVID-19 Crisis
Biden Signs Executive Order to Boost Food Benefits for Children Missing School Meals
Biden Pushes to Reopen Schools Within 100 Days
Global Test Finds Digital Divide Reflected in Math, Science Scores
Biden Issuing Pandemic Plan That Aims to Expand Access to Testing and Vaccines, Reopen Schools
Where Families Are Feeling Pandemic Impacts the Worst
Europe’s Schools Are Closing Again on Concerns They Spread Covid-19
Pandemic Teacher Shortages Imperil In-Person Schooling
Biden Proposes $175 Billion to Reopen Schools
What Does a More Contagious Virus Mean for Schools?
Latino Groups Ask Biden Team to Push Back English-Language Testing Amid COVID Concerns
More Teachers Getting Vaccinated in Push to Restore Normalcy
Congress Could Go Big on COVID-19 Aid for Schools After Democrats Take Control
How Much Each State Will Get in COVID-19 Education Aid, in Four Charts
COVID-19 Vaccines and Schools: Your Questions Answered
As Teacher Morale Hits a New Low, Schools Look for Ways to Give Breaks, Restoration
When Will Teachers Get Vaccinated? Some Already Have — but Most Are Nervously Waiting.
Teachers on TV? Schools Try Creative Strategy to Narrow Digital Divide
Teachers Can Apply PPE Costs to Their $250 Educator Tax Deduction. Is That Enough?
K-12 Schools Get $57 Billion in COVID-19 Deal; No Relief for State and Local Governments
School Workers May Get Early Shot at COVID-19 Vaccine. Will They Take It?
Cheating in Online School? Some Students and Parents Say It’s OK
Include School Employees in Next Phase of Vaccinations, Federal Panel Recommends
The Teaching Profession in 2020 (in Charts)
Teachers Vie for Covid-19 Vaccine Priority
State Schools Chiefs Push Biden for Wiggle Room on Accountability During Pandemic
States Renew Efforts to Track Student Attendance as Pandemic Stretches On
Education Technology in 2020:8 Takeaways From a Chaotic Year
Will Children Be Able to Get COVID-19 Vaccines?