COVID-19 Tag Archive

Digital Citizenship in the Time of COVID-19: How Can States Change the Narrative?

As technology becomes increasingly ubiquitous in students’ lives, it is becoming more important for educators to model and teach how to...

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COVID-19 and School Funding: What to Expect and What States Can Do

The numbers are staggering. Since states began to issue shelter-in-place orders, virtually all 50 states have significantly reduced...

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Counting All Kids: How the Census Impacts Education

As state education leaders begin thinking about rebuilding after school shutdowns and the economic consequences of COVID-19, some...

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Data You Can Use: Will COVID-19 Affect High School Seniors’ Access to Financial Aid?

Colleges are bracing for a decline in enrollment next year as the coronavirus prompts high school seniors to reconsider their plans for the...

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Now More Than Ever, A Need for Measured Policymaking

We as state leaders have faced challenging questions in the past few months as we work to protect the health and safety of our citizens....

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Data You Can Use: Changes to the Educator Workforce After COVID-19

The coronavirus has upended the U.S. economy and education system in ways few would have imagined just two months ago. State and local...

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The COVID-19 Slide and What It Could Mean for Student Achievement

When students, educators and administrators return to school after the COVID-19 school closures, classrooms will be a changed landscape....

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Early Ed in the Age of COVID-19

Research tells us that a child’s experiences in the early years build a foundation of social, emotional and cognitive development that...

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Adjusting to a New ‘Normal’ in Education

Now that many school and district buildings are closed, state leaders, educators and in some cases, business leaders are looking at how...

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