COVID-19 Tag Archive

States Lead the Future of Learning With Technology

Challenges with high-quality virtual and blended learning continue to impact schools across the country.  However, in the face of the...

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3 Ways to Address Risky State Assessments in 2021

More than eight months removed from the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the impacts on teaching and learning are still felt acutely...

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Learning During COVID-19: Initial Findings and 4 Considerations for Policymakers

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted traditional forms of education and continues to create challenges for school systems and the students...

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Improving Early Learning Outcomes During Unprecedented Times

If you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving...

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Supporting English Learners During the COVID-19 Pandemic

As state, district and school leaders transition back into learning this fall — whether in-person, distanced or both — they are working...

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3 Ways to Support Experiential Learning During and Beyond the Pandemic

Over the past several years, states across the country have made considerable progress in expanding experiential and work-based learning,...

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Designing Effective K-3 Literacy Policies and Navigating the Pandemic

By now, it is no surprise that early literacy skills are fundamental to educational success. However, teaching literacy is complicated; as...

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States Consider School Liability Protections

A host of issues have complicated school reopening plans, including liability concerns if students or staff are infected. This issue is...

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How Governors Can Lead Schools Out of the Pandemic

Governors are often likened to orchestra conductors: keeping many players in sync by using the powers of office. This skill set has been on...

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Liability or Not? Schools Reopen With Questions on the Table

As schools and districts continue to negotiate the safest mode of learning this year, the question of whether schools can be held liable...

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