Schools will reopen but the risks cannot be ignored | Coronavirus outbreak | The Guardian

Let’s put aside the bewildering range of advice given by the Department for Education to increasingly harassed headteachers. Let’s park, as well, the simple fact that no two schools are the same. My asthmatic daughter is a rural secondary school teacher. She is looking forward to teaching in a September bubble. She’s not going to be allowed to associate…

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Offline to become hybrid, online to turn mainstream: K-12 education in the post-COVID-19 world

< em design =" color: rgb (0, 0, 0);” >( L-R) Bhaswat Agarwal and Mukul Rustagi, Co-founders, Classplus’ align =” center “>< img src= "https://images.yourstory.com/cs/2/01f48b20d5e911e899be731e1ddbc52d/Untitleddesign291570543843346png" alt=" Classplus" height =" automobile" width=" 100%" >< figcaption align=" center" style=" font-size: 0.9 rem; line-height: 1.2 rem; color: #aaa; padding-top: 5px; padding-bottom: 5px;" >( L-R) Bhaswat Agarwal and Mukul Rustagi, Co-founders, Classplus< a...

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How COVID-19 Is Normalizing an eLearning-Industrial-Complex in US Higher Education

In an piece earlier this year, Naomi Klein uses the term “coronavirus capitalism” to describe how the cataclysmic global Covid-19 pandemic is normalizing oppressive, capitalist practices that were previously unthinkable. She explains the way predatory ideas and practices of the government and powerful corporations continue to accumulate resources for the privileged, leaving the vulnerable exposed during the pandemic. At…

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Report: Teachers positive for COVID-19 days before school – Education Week

GRETNA, La. (AP)– Considering that going back to their classrooms to prepare for the opening of in-person instruction next week, a “handful” of Jefferson Parish instructors have evaluated favorable for the coronavirus, a newspaper reported Wednesday, citing school authorities. The precise number of infections were not released by the Jefferson Parish school district, according to the report in The…

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State Board of Education wants school funding to remain intact if enrollment declines amid the COVID-19 pandemic | The Progressive Pulse

The State Board of Education(SBE )agreed Thursday to ask state legislators to hold public schools financially harmless if they lose students due to the COVID-19 pandemic. School leaders worry that families will select alternatives besides public schools because they hesitate to return to them for in-person instruction; or they are dissatisfied with a school board’s choice to offer remote-only…

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How Schools Can Redeploy Teachers in Creative Ways Throughout COVID-19 – Education Week

How Schools Can Redeploy Educators in Creative Ways During COVID-19 — oatawa/iStock/Getty As a school year like no other methods, principals and instructors are experimenting with new staffing arrangements that are designed to supply support for the deep academic and emotional requirements of kids who are going back to school– physically or essentially– after the coronavirus tossed their lives…

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Classroom Routines Need To Change. Here’s What Teaching Appears like Under COVID-19 – Education Week

Class Routines Need To Modification. Here’s What Mentor Looks Like Under COVID-19 Instructor Lee Gang-in provides an online class to her high school trainees amid the coronavirus outbreak in Seoul, South Korea. — Ahn Young-joon/AP With less than a month before most schools in the nation are arranged to start, many instructors still do not understand how they will…

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How Oklahoma Is Making the Best of a Bad Situation With COVID-19 Education Funding

A long-standing problem in education is the academic achievement gap. Children of lower-income families typically lag far behind their counterparts from families with greater incomes. While that gap has many causes, a significant contributor is the lack of educational options available to low-income families whose children are often consigned to the worst public schools. In other settings, those same…

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State Board of Education resolution honors Halifax County Schools teacher who died after battling the coronavirus|The Progressive Pulse

Teicher Patterson The State Board of Education (SBE) on Thursday approved a resolution honoring the life of Halifax County Schools (HCS) Principal Teicher Patterson who passed away last month fighting the coronavirus. Mr. Patterson was the principal of the Enfield Middle STEAM Academy, and the 2019 HCS Principal of the Year. The resolution was read throughout Thursday’s SBE conference…

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