Thursday, April 02, 2020


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For Better or Worse, Coronavirus Puts Cyber Charters in the Spotlight
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Apr 1, 8:07 AM, Education Week:

The extended shutdown of most K-12 schools nationwide is putting cyber charter schools in a spotlight few could have imagined before the coronavirus outbreak. But that attention could come with good and bad consequences.
How learning changes when school happens at home and online
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Apr 1, 8:05 AM, PBS NewsHour:

More than 55 million American students are now out of school and expected to learn from home. To find out how that's going, we talked to a handful of parents and teachers.
Opinion: What's lost in the rush to online learning
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Apr 1, 8:00 AM, CNN:

It's understandable why nearly every school in the country has shut down through at least April, but this massive rush to move K-12 education online is a mistake. It's going to intensify pre-existing inequities and it just doesn't feel >
Homeschooling Amid The Coronavirus Pandemic Just Got Easier
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Apr 1, 7:59 AM, Forbes:

As more schools close their doors for the academic school year, parents and students are struggling with ways to organize their days productively. For parents, it can be both mentally exhausting and time-consuming to navigate the multitude >
To salvage the semester, college professors make a rapid pivot to teaching online
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Apr 1, 7:57 AM, Washington Post:

Across America, colleges and universities are racing to rescue spring terms from the wreckage of the coronavirus pandemic. Faculty members are on the front lines of this massive and unprecedented shift from in-person to online teaching. >
Educators: Stimulus Not Nearly Enough to Save Schools
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Mar 30, 8:04 AM, US News & World Report:

Public schools, colleges and universities got $31 billion in relief – an amount advocates say is insufficient.
Op-Ed: Progessive cities failing black education
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Mar 30, 8:03 AM, Boston Herald:

A recent report by Chris Stewart has shed new light on some of the educational problems faced by black youth. The report is titled “The Secret Shame: How America’s Most Progressive Cities Betray Their Commitment to Educational Opportunity >
Opinion: Homeschooling during the coronavirus will set back a generation of children
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Mar 30, 8:00 AM, Washington Post:

As the coronavirus pandemic closes schools, in some cases until September, American children this month met their new English, math, science and homeroom teachers: their iPads and their parents.

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Public schools expected to remain closed for the rest of the academic year, Newsom says
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Apr 2, 8:13 AM, Los Angeles Times:

California’s public K-12 school campuses are expected to remain closed for the remainder of the academic year in response to the escalating coronavirus pandemic as educators take on the massive challenge of distance learning for about 6.1 >
Raleigh charter school uses Zoom video to keep students talking
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Apr 2, 8:08 AM, WRAL:

Longleaf School of the Arts, a charter high school in Raleigh, is using Zoom to keep students engaged with live, online classes during the coronavirus threat.
Opinion: History repeats with Minneapolis schools plan
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Apr 2, 7:35 AM, Star Tribune:

People for and opposed to the Minneapolis School District’s restructuring plan gathered at a school board meeting in March. A final board vote on the proposal is scheduled for April 28.
Challenge Charter School makes quick transition to digital lessons
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Apr 2, 7:28 AM, Glendale Indpendent:

Within days of Gov. Doug Ducey announcing that Arizona schools would remain closed through the end of the academic year, Challenge Charter School, 5801 W. Greenbriar Dr., in Glendale, had launched digital curriculum for its students.
Many private, Catholic schools charging full tuition while coronavirus has schools closed
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Apr 2, 7:26 AM, The Advocate:

It's a situation unfolding in living rooms across the New Orleans area: amid coronvirus-related closures, parents are suddenly getting a crash-course in homeschooling, with some help from afar by regular instructors.
Corcoran praises Florida schools for quick move to online learning during coronavirus crisis
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Apr 2, 7:10 AM, Orlando Sentinel:

Florida’s school districts have done an “amazing” job pivoting to online education just weeks after campuses were shuttered to control the spread of the new coronavirus, Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran said >
Greenville teacher helping others nationwide learn to teach online
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Apr 2, 7:04 AM, WITN:

A Local teacher is helping hundreds of educators here in the east and around the country make the adjustment to online learning while schools are closed due to the coronavirus.Koryn Dilday is a first grade teacher at Eastern elementary in >
Opinion: How public television can help salvage Tennessee children's school year amid coronavirus
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Apr 2, 6:26 AM, The Tennessean:

As schools have shut down across the country because of the COVID-19 pandemic, PBS and its member stations are offering more fundamental tools to link children to their teachers, lesson plans and their friends – at least from a >
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Raleigh charter school uses Zoom video to keep students talking
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Apr 2, 8:08 AM, WRAL:

Longleaf School of the Arts, a charter high school in Raleigh, is using Zoom to keep students engaged with live, online classes during the coronavirus threat.
Opinion: History repeats with Minneapolis schools plan
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Apr 2, 7:35 AM, Star Tribune:

People for and opposed to the Minneapolis School District’s restructuring plan gathered at a school board meeting in March. A final board vote on the proposal is scheduled for April 28.
Challenge Charter School makes quick transition to digital lessons
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Apr 2, 7:28 AM, Glendale Indpendent:

Within days of Gov. Doug Ducey announcing that Arizona schools would remain closed through the end of the academic year, Challenge Charter School, 5801 W. Greenbriar Dr., in Glendale, had launched digital curriculum for its students.
Many private, Catholic schools charging full tuition while coronavirus has schools closed
/6

Apr 2, 7:26 AM, The Advocate:

It's a situation unfolding in living rooms across the New Orleans area: amid coronvirus-related closures, parents are suddenly getting a crash-course in homeschooling, with some help from afar by regular instructors.
Greenville teacher helping others nationwide learn to teach online
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Apr 2, 7:04 AM, WITN:

A Local teacher is helping hundreds of educators here in the east and around the country make the adjustment to online learning while schools are closed due to the coronavirus.Koryn Dilday is a first grade teacher at Eastern elementary in >
Schools get lesson in creative teaching
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Apr 2, 5:50 AM, Boulder City Review:

Despite being physically closed, the four public schools in Boulder City have a plethora of learning options for their students. To help maintain instruction for students, the schools are implementing technology in different ways as they >
Could developing more creative learning methods be pandemic's silver lining?
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Apr 2, 5:30 AM, WCIV:

In this unprecedented situation for our schools, our state's department of education is rethinking not only how we assess overall achievement, but how long kids need to be physically in a classroom to learn. With dozens of end-of-year >
Career tech programs see major changes as they move online
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Apr 1, 7:11 AM, Post Register:

Teachers will videotape themselves as they work with welding machines and finish the remaining cars that had been dropped off for repairs by the community. Students who can access welding devices at home can continue working and recording >

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Public schools expected to remain closed for the rest of the academic year, Newsom says
/6

Apr 2, 8:13 AM, Los Angeles Times:

California’s public K-12 school campuses are expected to remain closed for the remainder of the academic year in response to the escalating coronavirus pandemic as educators take on the massive challenge of distance learning for about 6.1 >
Raleigh charter school uses Zoom video to keep students talking
/6

Apr 2, 8:08 AM, WRAL:

Longleaf School of the Arts, a charter high school in Raleigh, is using Zoom to keep students engaged with live, online classes during the coronavirus threat.
Opinion: History repeats with Minneapolis schools plan
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Apr 2, 7:35 AM, Star Tribune:

People for and opposed to the Minneapolis School District’s restructuring plan gathered at a school board meeting in March. A final board vote on the proposal is scheduled for April 28.
Challenge Charter School makes quick transition to digital lessons
/6

Apr 2, 7:28 AM, Glendale Indpendent:

Within days of Gov. Doug Ducey announcing that Arizona schools would remain closed through the end of the academic year, Challenge Charter School, 5801 W. Greenbriar Dr., in Glendale, had launched digital curriculum for its students.
Many private, Catholic schools charging full tuition while coronavirus has schools closed
/6

Apr 2, 7:26 AM, The Advocate:

It's a situation unfolding in living rooms across the New Orleans area: amid coronvirus-related closures, parents are suddenly getting a crash-course in homeschooling, with some help from afar by regular instructors.
Corcoran praises Florida schools for quick move to online learning during coronavirus crisis
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Apr 2, 7:10 AM, Orlando Sentinel:

Florida’s school districts have done an “amazing” job pivoting to online education just weeks after campuses were shuttered to control the spread of the new coronavirus, Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran said >
Greenville teacher helping others nationwide learn to teach online
/6

Apr 2, 7:04 AM, WITN:

A Local teacher is helping hundreds of educators here in the east and around the country make the adjustment to online learning while schools are closed due to the coronavirus.Koryn Dilday is a first grade teacher at Eastern elementary in >
Opinion: How public television can help salvage Tennessee children's school year amid coronavirus
/6

Apr 2, 6:26 AM, The Tennessean:

As schools have shut down across the country because of the COVID-19 pandemic, PBS and its member stations are offering more fundamental tools to link children to their teachers, lesson plans and their friends – at least from a >

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Public schools expected to remain closed for the rest of the academic year, Newsom says
/6

Apr 2, 8:13 AM, Los Angeles Times:

California’s public K-12 school campuses are expected to remain closed for the remainder of the academic year in response to the escalating coronavirus pandemic as educators take on the massive challenge of distance learning for about 6.1 >
Raleigh charter school uses Zoom video to keep students talking
/6

Apr 2, 8:08 AM, WRAL:

Longleaf School of the Arts, a charter high school in Raleigh, is using Zoom to keep students engaged with live, online classes during the coronavirus threat.
Opinion: History repeats with Minneapolis schools plan
/6

Apr 2, 7:35 AM, Star Tribune:

People for and opposed to the Minneapolis School District’s restructuring plan gathered at a school board meeting in March. A final board vote on the proposal is scheduled for April 28.
Challenge Charter School makes quick transition to digital lessons
/6

Apr 2, 7:28 AM, Glendale Indpendent:

Within days of Gov. Doug Ducey announcing that Arizona schools would remain closed through the end of the academic year, Challenge Charter School, 5801 W. Greenbriar Dr., in Glendale, had launched digital curriculum for its students.
Many private, Catholic schools charging full tuition while coronavirus has schools closed
/6

Apr 2, 7:26 AM, The Advocate:

It's a situation unfolding in living rooms across the New Orleans area: amid coronvirus-related closures, parents are suddenly getting a crash-course in homeschooling, with some help from afar by regular instructors.
Corcoran praises Florida schools for quick move to online learning during coronavirus crisis
/6

Apr 2, 7:10 AM, Orlando Sentinel:

Florida’s school districts have done an “amazing” job pivoting to online education just weeks after campuses were shuttered to control the spread of the new coronavirus, Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran said >
Greenville teacher helping others nationwide learn to teach online
/6

Apr 2, 7:04 AM, WITN:

A Local teacher is helping hundreds of educators here in the east and around the country make the adjustment to online learning while schools are closed due to the coronavirus.Koryn Dilday is a first grade teacher at Eastern elementary in >
Opinion: How public television can help salvage Tennessee children's school year amid coronavirus
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Apr 2, 6:26 AM, The Tennessean:

As schools have shut down across the country because of the COVID-19 pandemic, PBS and its member stations are offering more fundamental tools to link children to their teachers, lesson plans and their friends – at least from a >