Thursday, July 29, 2021


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CDC changes course on school guidance, advising everyone to wear masks
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Jul 28, 9:24 AM, Washington Post:

CDC Director Rochelle Walensky said in a news conference Tuesday that the agency decided to change the school guidance because of rising coronavirus rates, and because less than a third of 12-to-17-year-olds have been vaccinated. >
America is facing a teacher shortage, and some school districts are giving out signing bonuses to attract staff
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Jul 28, 9:19 AM, Business Insider:

With the school year just two months away for most of the US, some students may be eager to return to the classroom after a year of learning online and over Zoom. But some districts facing a teacher shortage are struggling to fill open >

How SchoolHouse Is Aiming To Reimagine Education With Mircroschools
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Jul 28, 9:17 AM, Forbes:

"Specifically for children K-8, SchoolHouse consists of organized pods of less than ten students for the benefit of in-person learning, with the flexibility of at-home lessons that can be curated to meet the needs of each student."
U.S. students ended the pandemic school year 4 to 5 months behind, a new report finds
/6

Jul 28, 9:14 AM, New York Times:

“The pandemic hit everyone, but it hit kids who were already vulnerable hardest,” said the lead author of the report prepared by McKinsey & Co., a consulting firm, using assessment data.
Homeschooling Can’t Be for Everyone
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Jul 28, 9:03 AM, National Review:

While there have been high-profile cases of parents standing up to school boards against school closings and critical race theory, a record number of parents are turning to homeschooling. While the desire to personally shepherd one’s child >
Opinion: Parents, Civic Entrepreneurs Rebuild K-12 Schooling from Scratch in a Way That’s Student-Focused, Parent-Directed and Pluralistic
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Jul 28, 8:51 AM, The 74:

COVID-19 forced schools to change from being buildings where teaching, learning and programs were bundled together to serve students and families to a menu of services and choices that parents were forced to piece together — rebundle — >

How Some Districts Are Trying To Get Anxious Families Back Into School Buildings
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Jul 28, 8:50 AM, KQED:

Paullette Healy isn't sure yet where her 13-year-old son, Lucas, will go to school this fall. She lives in Brooklyn, New York, and says New York City school buildings are in "disarray," with overcrowded classrooms and windows that barely >
Kindergarten Enrollment Fell Last Year. Now Schools Wonder How Many Kids Are Coming
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Jul 27, 8:38 AM, NPR:

Public school enrollment dipped across the board, preliminary federal data shows, and the youngest grades saw the largest changes. Kindergarten enrollment fell 9%, and pre-K enrollment fell 22%.

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Over 100 students enrolled in Las Cruces newest charter school opening in August
/6

Jul 28, 9:00 AM, CBS4:

Explore Academy Las Cruces, the cities newest charter school is preparing to open its doors to students across the community, just in time for the upcoming school year. Casedy said what makes their charter school unique, is it provides an >
Pittsburgh City Council Puts Charter Schools Under The Microscope
/6

Jul 28, 8:59 AM, KDKA:

Pittsburgh City Council put charter schools under the microscope on Tuesday during a discussion on closing the education gap in the city.
Governor Ducey Urges Delegation To Protect Charter School Students
/6

Jul 28, 8:57 AM, Prescott News:

Governor Doug Ducey today urged Arizona’s Congressional Delegation to oppose federal legislation that will jeopardize critical funding the state’s public charter schools receive and put thousands of students at risk.
New public education option launching in Bozeman
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Jul 28, 8:56 AM, NBC Montana:

The Bozeman School District will have an online school available for students in the upcoming school year. It is one of the first of its kind in Montana, offering another option for public education in the district.
Chicago’s charters enroll more students with disabilities than traditional schools, but funding unclear
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Jul 28, 8:54 AM, Chalkbeat Chicago:

Chicago’s charter schools enroll a higher percentage of students with disabilities than traditional public schools, but there is no way to track how much funding goes to those students’ education, according to a new report.
Richard King Mellon Foundation grants $250,000 to jump-start program for Penn Hills Charter School of Entrepreneurship
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Jul 28, 8:54 AM, Tribune Live:

The Richard King Mellon Foundation granted $250,000 to help jump-start a digital career readiness pilot program for Pittsburgh-area Elementary students.

Central NY high school students create prosthetic arms and hands
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Jul 28, 8:52 AM, CNY Central :

High school students from the Syracuse City School District and Charter Schools came together to participate in the AT&T hand in hand program at Le Moyne College. The program was hosted by AT&T and CNY STEM Hub to provide local students >
Lack of federal funds in Eanes ISD prevents virtual learning option
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Jul 28, 8:48 AM, KXAN:

The Eanes Independent School District will return to 100% in-person learning on Aug. 18, Superintendent Tom Leonard wrote in a July 16 newsletter. Cost concerns will keep Eanes ISD from offering students a virtual learning option this >
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Over 100 students enrolled in Las Cruces newest charter school opening in August
/6

Jul 28, 9:00 AM, CBS4:

Explore Academy Las Cruces, the cities newest charter school is preparing to open its doors to students across the community, just in time for the upcoming school year. Casedy said what makes their charter school unique, is it provides an >
Pittsburgh City Council Puts Charter Schools Under The Microscope
/6

Jul 28, 8:59 AM, KDKA:

Pittsburgh City Council put charter schools under the microscope on Tuesday during a discussion on closing the education gap in the city.
New public education option launching in Bozeman
/6

Jul 28, 8:56 AM, NBC Montana:

The Bozeman School District will have an online school available for students in the upcoming school year. It is one of the first of its kind in Montana, offering another option for public education in the district.
Chicago’s charters enroll more students with disabilities than traditional schools, but funding unclear
/6

Jul 28, 8:54 AM, Chalkbeat Chicago:

Chicago’s charter schools enroll a higher percentage of students with disabilities than traditional public schools, but there is no way to track how much funding goes to those students’ education, according to a new report.
Richard King Mellon Foundation grants $250,000 to jump-start program for Penn Hills Charter School of Entrepreneurship
/6

Jul 28, 8:54 AM, Tribune Live:

The Richard King Mellon Foundation granted $250,000 to help jump-start a digital career readiness pilot program for Pittsburgh-area Elementary students.

Central NY high school students create prosthetic arms and hands
/6

Jul 28, 8:52 AM, CNY Central :

High school students from the Syracuse City School District and Charter Schools came together to participate in the AT&T hand in hand program at Le Moyne College. The program was hosted by AT&T and CNY STEM Hub to provide local students >
Lack of federal funds in Eanes ISD prevents virtual learning option
/6

Jul 28, 8:48 AM, KXAN:

The Eanes Independent School District will return to 100% in-person learning on Aug. 18, Superintendent Tom Leonard wrote in a July 16 newsletter. Cost concerns will keep Eanes ISD from offering students a virtual learning option this >
San Diego parent group seeking to end school mask mandate sues state
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Jul 28, 8:47 AM, LA Times:

A San Diego-based parent group sued the state Thursday seeking to end California’s mask mandate for schools.

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CDC changes course on school guidance, advising everyone to wear masks
/6

Jul 28, 9:24 AM, Washington Post:

CDC Director Rochelle Walensky said in a news conference Tuesday that the agency decided to change the school guidance because of rising coronavirus rates, and because less than a third of 12-to-17-year-olds have been vaccinated. >
America is facing a teacher shortage, and some school districts are giving out signing bonuses to attract staff
/6

Jul 28, 9:19 AM, Business Insider:

With the school year just two months away for most of the US, some students may be eager to return to the classroom after a year of learning online and over Zoom. But some districts facing a teacher shortage are struggling to fill open >

How SchoolHouse Is Aiming To Reimagine Education With Mircroschools
/6

Jul 28, 9:17 AM, Forbes:

"Specifically for children K-8, SchoolHouse consists of organized pods of less than ten students for the benefit of in-person learning, with the flexibility of at-home lessons that can be curated to meet the needs of each student."
U.S. students ended the pandemic school year 4 to 5 months behind, a new report finds
/6

Jul 28, 9:14 AM, New York Times:

“The pandemic hit everyone, but it hit kids who were already vulnerable hardest,” said the lead author of the report prepared by McKinsey & Co., a consulting firm, using assessment data.
Homeschooling Can’t Be for Everyone
/6

Jul 28, 9:03 AM, National Review:

While there have been high-profile cases of parents standing up to school boards against school closings and critical race theory, a record number of parents are turning to homeschooling. While the desire to personally shepherd one’s child >
Over 100 students enrolled in Las Cruces newest charter school opening in August
/6

Jul 28, 9:00 AM, CBS4:

Explore Academy Las Cruces, the cities newest charter school is preparing to open its doors to students across the community, just in time for the upcoming school year. Casedy said what makes their charter school unique, is it provides an >
Pittsburgh City Council Puts Charter Schools Under The Microscope
/6

Jul 28, 8:59 AM, KDKA:

Pittsburgh City Council put charter schools under the microscope on Tuesday during a discussion on closing the education gap in the city.
Governor Ducey Urges Delegation To Protect Charter School Students
/6

Jul 28, 8:57 AM, Prescott News:

Governor Doug Ducey today urged Arizona’s Congressional Delegation to oppose federal legislation that will jeopardize critical funding the state’s public charter schools receive and put thousands of students at risk.

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CDC changes course on school guidance, advising everyone to wear masks
/6

Jul 28, 9:24 AM, Washington Post:

CDC Director Rochelle Walensky said in a news conference Tuesday that the agency decided to change the school guidance because of rising coronavirus rates, and because less than a third of 12-to-17-year-olds have been vaccinated. >
America is facing a teacher shortage, and some school districts are giving out signing bonuses to attract staff
/6

Jul 28, 9:19 AM, Business Insider:

With the school year just two months away for most of the US, some students may be eager to return to the classroom after a year of learning online and over Zoom. But some districts facing a teacher shortage are struggling to fill open >

How SchoolHouse Is Aiming To Reimagine Education With Mircroschools
/6

Jul 28, 9:17 AM, Forbes:

"Specifically for children K-8, SchoolHouse consists of organized pods of less than ten students for the benefit of in-person learning, with the flexibility of at-home lessons that can be curated to meet the needs of each student."
U.S. students ended the pandemic school year 4 to 5 months behind, a new report finds
/6

Jul 28, 9:14 AM, New York Times:

“The pandemic hit everyone, but it hit kids who were already vulnerable hardest,” said the lead author of the report prepared by McKinsey & Co., a consulting firm, using assessment data.
Homeschooling Can’t Be for Everyone
/6

Jul 28, 9:03 AM, National Review:

While there have been high-profile cases of parents standing up to school boards against school closings and critical race theory, a record number of parents are turning to homeschooling. While the desire to personally shepherd one’s child >
Over 100 students enrolled in Las Cruces newest charter school opening in August
/6

Jul 28, 9:00 AM, CBS4:

Explore Academy Las Cruces, the cities newest charter school is preparing to open its doors to students across the community, just in time for the upcoming school year. Casedy said what makes their charter school unique, is it provides an >
Pittsburgh City Council Puts Charter Schools Under The Microscope
/6

Jul 28, 8:59 AM, KDKA:

Pittsburgh City Council put charter schools under the microscope on Tuesday during a discussion on closing the education gap in the city.
Governor Ducey Urges Delegation To Protect Charter School Students
/6

Jul 28, 8:57 AM, Prescott News:

Governor Doug Ducey today urged Arizona’s Congressional Delegation to oppose federal legislation that will jeopardize critical funding the state’s public charter schools receive and put thousands of students at risk.