Hybrid Education Plans Take Shape in the US
Hybrid Education Plans Take Shape in the US

Although school has resumed in countries such as Norway and China, restarting K-12 education during a global pandemic is proving difficult in the United States. Amid questions about if, how, and when to do so, a host of ideas have emerged. Between the two poles of not reopening school buildings at...

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Supporting Marginalized Students As the Pandemic Continues
Supporting Marginalized Students As the Pandemic Continues

In one form or another, virtual learning is likely to shape the upcoming academic year in districts across the country. Indeed, some of the nation’s largest school systems have committed to an online-only learning model for the foreseeable future, with millions of students and teachers expecting to engage in distance...

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For Student Teachers, An Uncertain Fall Semester Ahead
For Student Teachers, An Uncertain Fall Semester Ahead

Over the past few months, the COVID-19 pandemic has swiftly impacted almost all aspects of life as we know it, turning daily routines upside down and adding new intricacies to previously familiar tasks. In the education sector, schools across the country have been affected by closures—some of which have no...

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