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District leaders say they're cautiously optimistic that they'll offer full-time in-person learning for all students this fall.
For the past decade, schools have placed significant emphasis on getting students ready for careers. The problem is that it’s not clear what kind of jobs will be available in ten or 20 years. So what should that mean for K-12 teaching?
A California school official searches his district for the hundreds left behind by covid-19
At a time when communities are wrestling with many heated divisions, it can be easy to take an “either/or” approach to education issues, including student supports. But we’ve seen again and again that this approach results in solutions that don’t last and plans that leave out key voices.
With a March 31 deadline set by the Legislature looming, the State Board of Education unanimously approved a voluntary high school ethnic studies curriculum Thursday after State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond and two of the state’s civil rights heroes — labor organizer Dolores Huerta and social justice activist Karen Korematsu — urged them to during a daylong hearing on Thursday.
Students and families aren’t the only ones whose lives have been upended by the pandemic. Teachers, too, have had to adjust to an entirely new education landscape — one marked by uncertainty, frustration and seemingly endless hours on Zoom
Students across the country are grappling with difficult feelings, situations and events as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, and there are no easy solutions. But arts education has the power to emotionally and academically rebuild students — and the world around us.