Maintaining Special Education Services During COVID-19
Maintaining Special Education Services During COVID-19

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to run its course, questions abound regarding what the 2020–2021 academic year will look like for students, teachers, and other members of the school community. Indeed, many decision-makers spent the summer months scrambling for extra funding to support smaller class sizes, reduced busing, strict cleaning...

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Essential, Adaptable Strategies for Teaching Literacy
Essential, Adaptable Strategies for Teaching Literacy

Amid the seemingly endless back and forth over what school will look like in the near (and perhaps distant) future, teachers still have to teach—whether online, in the classroom, or somewhere in between. And, as always, one of the key areas requiring attention is literacy. James Boss, director of the...

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Slowing the COVID Slide: 6 Action Steps for Educators This Fall
Slowing the COVID Slide: 6 Action Steps for Educators This Fall

Unlike the summer break, federal holidays, and other scheduled interruptions in instruction, the shutdowns of spring 2020 were wholly unplanned. And while some school communities were able to quickly adapt to virtual learning, others experienced steep learning losses. This year, the fall semester must consider both the summer slide and...

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