Sunday, September 19, 2021


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Outbreaks strand some students at home with minimal learning
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Sep 17, 8:41 AM, Associated Press:

Within his first week back at school after a year and a half, 7-year-old Ben Medlin was exposed to a classmate with COVID-19, and he was sent home, along with 7,000 other students in the district, for 14 days of quarantine.
Schools Reopen But Obstacles Remain as COVID-19 Surges
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Sep 17, 8:40 AM, US News & World Report:

Protests, staff shortages and coronavirus testing greet students and teachers as they head back to classrooms as the pandemic rages.
Five Ways Education Can Keep Pace With the Jobs of the Future
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Sep 17, 8:39 AM, Newsweek:

Career success is no longer about what you know; it's about what you can learn.
Pandemic Testing Gaps Complicate Ability to Pinpoint Struggling Schools at a Time When Students Need Extra Help, School Leaders Say
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Sep 16, 1:22 PM, The 74:

The last time states graded schools and pinpointed the lowest performers was after the 2018-19 school year — a lifetime ago for many educators.
Will the Bus Driver Ever Come?? Or the Substitute Teacher or Cafeteria Worker?
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Sep 16, 9:43 AM, New York Times:

Just weeks into the new year, schools are struggling to fill jobs. Low pay, few benefits and erratic schedules are keeping workers away.
Commentary: Public schools are worse than you think
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Sep 16, 9:42 AM, Washington Times:

The only way to defeat the liberal orthodoxies being taught in public education is to divert funding away from them. If parents are given a choice, we can and will succeed, and the next generation will be better off for it.
Opinion: Rutledge joins assault on public education in Supreme Court case
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Sep 15, 9:00 AM, Arkansas Times:

The Republican strategy to end public schools as we know them continues apace, today with a coalition of Republican attorneys general, including Leslie Rutledge, telling the U.S. Supreme Court it should allow public dollars to support >
American School for the Deaf launches virtual academy, extending reach to students across the U.S.
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Sep 15, 8:59 AM, Hartford Courant:

The American School for the Deaf in West Hartford is offering an “Online Academy” this school year, the first of its kind in the institution’s nearly 205 year history. The virtual academy — initially intended to supplement public, private >

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Education opportunity accounts, Kentucky's school-choice measure, goes before judge
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Sep 17, 8:38 AM, Louisville Courier Journal:

Kentucky's fledgling education opportunity account program went before a judge Thursday in a legal challenge opponents hope will stop the program's full implementation.
This Western Massachusetts town has a high teacher retention rate; Superintendent credits culture of support
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Sep 17, 8:37 AM, masslive.com:

A formula of culture and climate in the Lee Public Schools, as well as proximity to the Massachusetts Turnpike, has helped the district maintain a high staff retention rate, in the eyes of Superintendent Michael Richard.
Online learning still a viable option for Milton and Janesville students
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Sep 17, 8:37 AM, The Gazette:

Konnor Fink, an eighth-grader enrolled in the ARISE Virtual Academy, an online learning option available to Janesville students for the past 15 years, has not been in a “traditional” school program since he started taking advanced math >
Opinion: APS should support student choice
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Sep 17, 8:35 AM, Albuquerque Journal:

Albuquerque students who choose to attend traditional district schools or charter schools are all public school students in our city. It’s time for adults to stop making false divisions between traditional district schools and charter >
Up to two years of free college credits? How this proposed charter school aims to do it
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Sep 17, 8:34 AM, Standard-Times:

A group of local business leaders and educators have proposed a new regional charter school serving low-income, at-risk students in the Fall River and New Bedford area — one that is designed to provide up to two years of free college >
Local parents puzzled schools won't provide remote-learning options for sick, quarantined
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Sep 17, 8:33 AM, WKRC:

While school districts continue to implement strict quarantine policies, kids are being forced to stay home for 10 days. The problem parents are having is that their kids are falling behind academically. Some parents are wondering: Where >
Gov. Stitt announces first-ever audit of Oklahoma State Department of Education; State Supt. calls request ‘attack’ on public education
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Sep 17, 8:32 AM, KFOR:

Governor Kevin Stitt announced Thursday he has submitted a request to the Oklahoma Auditor and Inspector’s Office for the first full audit of the Oklahoma State Department of Education (OSDE) following evidence of misuse of funds found in >
Under the State Board of Education’s timeline, new charter schools could be coming to Iowa as soon as August 2022
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Sep 17, 8:30 AM, Des Moines Register:

A timeline for starting new charter schools in Iowa under a new legal pathway emerged Thursday from the State Board of Education.
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This Western Massachusetts town has a high teacher retention rate; Superintendent credits culture of support
/6

Sep 17, 8:37 AM, masslive.com:

A formula of culture and climate in the Lee Public Schools, as well as proximity to the Massachusetts Turnpike, has helped the district maintain a high staff retention rate, in the eyes of Superintendent Michael Richard.
Online learning still a viable option for Milton and Janesville students
/6

Sep 17, 8:37 AM, The Gazette:

Konnor Fink, an eighth-grader enrolled in the ARISE Virtual Academy, an online learning option available to Janesville students for the past 15 years, has not been in a “traditional” school program since he started taking advanced math >
Opinion: APS should support student choice
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Sep 17, 8:35 AM, Albuquerque Journal:

Albuquerque students who choose to attend traditional district schools or charter schools are all public school students in our city. It’s time for adults to stop making false divisions between traditional district schools and charter >
Up to two years of free college credits? How this proposed charter school aims to do it
/6

Sep 17, 8:34 AM, Standard-Times:

A group of local business leaders and educators have proposed a new regional charter school serving low-income, at-risk students in the Fall River and New Bedford area — one that is designed to provide up to two years of free college >
Local parents puzzled schools won't provide remote-learning options for sick, quarantined
/6

Sep 17, 8:33 AM, WKRC:

While school districts continue to implement strict quarantine policies, kids are being forced to stay home for 10 days. The problem parents are having is that their kids are falling behind academically. Some parents are wondering: Where >
'My Story Should Not Be The Exception': IDEA Public Schools Leader Strives For Children To Have Access To Good Education
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Sep 17, 8:29 AM, Patch:

Ana Martinez Shropshire, the executive director of IDEA Public Schools Tarrant County, is proof that teachers and the impact they have on a student matters.
Shutdowns, testing, quarantines have become a maze for Philadelphia parents to navigate
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Sep 17, 8:27 AM, Chalkbeat:

With five Philadelphia public schools shut down due to the pandemic barely two weeks into the school year, parents are struggling to understand the policies for closures and quarantines and growing increasingly concerned over whether the >
Opinion: Learning Pods Come to Londonderry
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Sep 17, 8:26 AM, New Hampshire Journal:

New Hampshire’s Department of Education is offering parents in the Londonderry School District a new option to help students recover lost ground caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Outbreaks strand some students at home with minimal learning
/6

Sep 17, 8:41 AM, Associated Press:

Within his first week back at school after a year and a half, 7-year-old Ben Medlin was exposed to a classmate with COVID-19, and he was sent home, along with 7,000 other students in the district, for 14 days of quarantine.
Schools Reopen But Obstacles Remain as COVID-19 Surges
/6

Sep 17, 8:40 AM, US News & World Report:

Protests, staff shortages and coronavirus testing greet students and teachers as they head back to classrooms as the pandemic rages.
Five Ways Education Can Keep Pace With the Jobs of the Future
/6

Sep 17, 8:39 AM, Newsweek:

Career success is no longer about what you know; it's about what you can learn.
Education opportunity accounts, Kentucky's school-choice measure, goes before judge
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Sep 17, 8:38 AM, Louisville Courier Journal:

Kentucky's fledgling education opportunity account program went before a judge Thursday in a legal challenge opponents hope will stop the program's full implementation.
This Western Massachusetts town has a high teacher retention rate; Superintendent credits culture of support
/6

Sep 17, 8:37 AM, masslive.com:

A formula of culture and climate in the Lee Public Schools, as well as proximity to the Massachusetts Turnpike, has helped the district maintain a high staff retention rate, in the eyes of Superintendent Michael Richard.
Online learning still a viable option for Milton and Janesville students
/6

Sep 17, 8:37 AM, The Gazette:

Konnor Fink, an eighth-grader enrolled in the ARISE Virtual Academy, an online learning option available to Janesville students for the past 15 years, has not been in a “traditional” school program since he started taking advanced math >
Opinion: APS should support student choice
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Sep 17, 8:35 AM, Albuquerque Journal:

Albuquerque students who choose to attend traditional district schools or charter schools are all public school students in our city. It’s time for adults to stop making false divisions between traditional district schools and charter >
Up to two years of free college credits? How this proposed charter school aims to do it
/6

Sep 17, 8:34 AM, Standard-Times:

A group of local business leaders and educators have proposed a new regional charter school serving low-income, at-risk students in the Fall River and New Bedford area — one that is designed to provide up to two years of free college >

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Outbreaks strand some students at home with minimal learning
/6

Sep 17, 8:41 AM, Associated Press:

Within his first week back at school after a year and a half, 7-year-old Ben Medlin was exposed to a classmate with COVID-19, and he was sent home, along with 7,000 other students in the district, for 14 days of quarantine.
Schools Reopen But Obstacles Remain as COVID-19 Surges
/6

Sep 17, 8:40 AM, US News & World Report:

Protests, staff shortages and coronavirus testing greet students and teachers as they head back to classrooms as the pandemic rages.
Five Ways Education Can Keep Pace With the Jobs of the Future
/6

Sep 17, 8:39 AM, Newsweek:

Career success is no longer about what you know; it's about what you can learn.
Education opportunity accounts, Kentucky's school-choice measure, goes before judge
/6

Sep 17, 8:38 AM, Louisville Courier Journal:

Kentucky's fledgling education opportunity account program went before a judge Thursday in a legal challenge opponents hope will stop the program's full implementation.
This Western Massachusetts town has a high teacher retention rate; Superintendent credits culture of support
/6

Sep 17, 8:37 AM, masslive.com:

A formula of culture and climate in the Lee Public Schools, as well as proximity to the Massachusetts Turnpike, has helped the district maintain a high staff retention rate, in the eyes of Superintendent Michael Richard.
Online learning still a viable option for Milton and Janesville students
/6

Sep 17, 8:37 AM, The Gazette:

Konnor Fink, an eighth-grader enrolled in the ARISE Virtual Academy, an online learning option available to Janesville students for the past 15 years, has not been in a “traditional” school program since he started taking advanced math >
Opinion: APS should support student choice
/6

Sep 17, 8:35 AM, Albuquerque Journal:

Albuquerque students who choose to attend traditional district schools or charter schools are all public school students in our city. It’s time for adults to stop making false divisions between traditional district schools and charter >
Up to two years of free college credits? How this proposed charter school aims to do it
/6

Sep 17, 8:34 AM, Standard-Times:

A group of local business leaders and educators have proposed a new regional charter school serving low-income, at-risk students in the Fall River and New Bedford area — one that is designed to provide up to two years of free college >