‘A challenge we can meet’: Sacramento-area teachers react to plans for an online fall is from the Sacramento Bee.

There Are Literally No Good Options for Educating Our Kids This Fall is from The Nation.

America Drank Away Its Children’s Future is by Paul Krugman.

 

What will school look like this fall?

I’ve published two previous posts about it:

Could These Be Visions Of What Our School Year Might Look Like In The Fall?

Here’s What The Next Fall Could Look Like For Students & Teachers In California

Today, NPR ran a long story about 9 Ways Schools Will Look Different When (And If) They Reopen.

THIS ADVICE FOR SCHOOL DISTRICTS MAKES SO MUCH SENSE, WHICH IS WHY PROBABLY MOST WON’T FOLLOW IT

How will COVID-19 change our schools in the long run? is from Brookings.

Under pressure to reopen this fall, school leaders plot unprecedented changes is from The Washington Post.

CA GOVERNOR SAYS WE MIGHT START SCHOOL IN LATE JULY

STATISTIC OF THE DAY: UPCOMING BUDGET CUTS WILL DEVASTATE SCHOOLS

WORRYING STATISTIC OF THE DAY: TEACHING NEXT FALL IS GOING TO BE RISKY FOR A LOT OF US

ARE 800,000 OF US OLDER TEACHERS NOT GOING TO BE ABLE TO TEACH IN A PHYSICAL CLASSROOM NEXT YEAR?

The coming storm: big budget cuts, rising costs for California schools is from Ed Source.

7 students in a class? Not practical, school operations officials say is from Education Dive.

IT’S GOING TO BE A NEW CLASSROOM WORLD IN THE FALL – HERE IS WHAT I THINK IT MIGHT LOOK LIKE

A Few Schools Reopen, But Remote Learning Could Go On For Years In U.S. is from NPR.

NINE LONG-TERM CHANGES I THINK THE DISTANCE LEARNING CRISIS WILL – & WILL NOT – BRING TO OUR SCHOOLS

THOUGH I’M NOT SURE I FULLY UNDERSTAND THIS PROPOSAL FOR OPENING SCHOOLS, IT DOES SOUND INTERESTING

As Europe Reopens Schools, Relief Combines With Risk is from The NY Times.

Testing students for coronavirus in the fall is a big unanswered question is from The L.A. Times.

SCHOOLS ARE GOING TO HAVE A BIG PROBLEM GETTING SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS NEXT YEAR

 

 

CDC RELEASES GUIDELINES FOR REOPENING SCHOOLS – I DON’T THINK OUR DISTRICTS ARE GOING TO FIND THEM MUCH HELP

 

ONE ADDITIONAL CONCERN I HAVE ABOUT THE UPCOMING SCHOOL YEAR

School Superintendents Dismiss White House, Will Follow Leaked CDC Guidance on Reopening is from US News.

How feasible are school reopening plans for fall? is from Education Dive.

CDC OFFICIALLY RELEASES EXTENSIVE GUIDELINES FOR SCHOOL RE-OPENING

Schools face prospect of layoffs, furloughs as state budget shrinks is from CAL Matters.

Reopening Schools in the Context of COVID-19: Health and Safety Guidelines From Other Countries is from The Learning Policy Institute.

 

D.C. COMMITTEE COMES UP WITH MOST DETAILED PROPOSAL FOR SCHOOL RE-OPENING THAT I’VE SEEN

THE NEXT TEN DAYS ARE BIG ONES FOR THE POSSIBILITY OF RE-OPENING SCHOOLS IN THE FALL

Europe learning the dangers of going back to school after coronavirus is from Politico.

Trump tweets schools should open ‘ASAP’ (after a Fox News host said the same thing Sunday night). Here are some responses. is from The Washington Post.

For Schools, the List of Obstacles Grows and Grows is from The Atlantic.

PRETTY WILD USA TODAY POLL RESULTS ON SCHOOL RE-OPENING IN THE FALL

Germany, Vietnam, and New Zealand have reopened schools. Here’s what the US can learn. is a very good overview, with several videos. It’s from Vox.

‘Kids will be kids’: Furtive hugs, complex logistics on South Korea’s first day back at school is from The L.A. Times.

The Los Angeles County Office of Education has released their guidelines for a fall re-opening. You can see the entire framework here, and read an L.A. Times summary here.

WHERE IS THE MONEY GOING TO COME FROM?

How Dutch schools reopened with no pupil distancing is from Larry Cuban’s blog.

 

After Reopening Schools, Israel Orders Them To Shut If COVID-19 Cases Are Discovered is from NPR.

SACRAMENTO COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION RELEASES FALL RE-OPENING GUIDELINES, APPARENTLY WITHOUT TALKING TO UNIONS?

Reopening schools amid the COVID-19 pandemic: Your questions, our answers is from Brookings.

STATE OF CALIFORNIA RELEASES SCHOOL REOPENING GUIDELINES – IT’S GOING TO BE A HELL OF A FALL

In a Tokyo school, temperature checks and silent lunches as Japan restarts classes is from The Washington Post.

Expect hybrid learning to become norm this fall is from CAL Matters.

CA DEPT. OF EDUCATION RELEASE NOT-VERY-HELPFUL GUIDELINES FOR REOPENING SCHOOLS

Ed Week has published a very useful special project on the topic, including The Socially Distanced School Day and How Schools in Other Countries Have Reopened.

When schools reopen, many children will be missing is from Al Jazeera, and gives a useful non-US perspective.

 

It’s mid-June and schools still aren’t sure how they will open for 2020-21. Here’s why — and what’s likely to happen. is from The Washington Post.

Considerations for Reopening Pennsylvania Schools is very impressive and applicable everywhere.

In California budget deal, no cuts for K-12 but billions in late payments to schools is from Ed Source and, near the end, talks about important elements for California schools.

Planning Your 2020-21 School Year? Use Our ‘Guide to the Guides’ on Reopening is from Ed Week.

Many Students Will Be in Classrooms Only Part of the Week This Fall is from The NY Times.

The future of the coronavirus recovery runs through the classroom is from NBC News.

As America struggles to reopen schools and offices, how to clean coronavirus from the air is from The Washington Post.

Reopening schools: Will in-person classes, online learning or a mix be the solution? is from NBC News.

There Is a Way to Reopen Schools This Fall. Do We Have the Will to Make It Happen? is from Slate.

Long road ahead to close California’s digital divide in education before new school year begins is from Ed Source.

Will Schools Reopen in the Fall? is from The Atlantic.

Massachusetts rolls out plan for schools to reopen this fall amid coronavirus is from The Boston Herald.

NYC schools will reopen in the fall, the mayor says. The governor says not so fast is from CNN.

Government should treat the need to reopen schools as an emergency. is from The NY Times.

How schools across the globe are reopening amid the coronavirus pandemic is from Ed Source.

Why a Pediatric Group Is Pushing to Reopen Schools This Fall is from The NY Times.

Back to school: what can pupils in England expect from September? is from The Guardian.

‘How the hell are we going to do this?’ The panic over reopening schools is from Politico.

Schools want to reopen safely. Without federal funds, many worry they can’t. is from NBC News.

Some students will stay home in the fall. School districts have to figure out how to teach them. is from Chalkbeat.

School openings across globe suggest ways to keep coronavirus at bay, despite outbreaks is an important new article from Science Magazine.

Florida Orders Schools To Reopen In The Fall For In-Person Instruction is from NPR.

Seeking guidance for reopening schools? is from Ed Source.

A Better Fall Is Possible is from The Atlantic.

 

DEVOS TELLS TEACHERS THAT THEY JUST NEED MORE SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING SKILLS, NOT MORE MONEY, TO OPEN SCHOOLS SAFELY

STATE CALIFORNIA TEACHERS ASSOCIATION SAYS TO START THE YEAR WITH REMOTE TEACHING

THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION LOST ITS MIND TODAY ABOUT REOPENING SCHOOLS

 

The American Academy of Pediatrics has certainly demonstrated their lack of political sophistication.  It didn’t take a genius to know that their initial statement on school reopening would be manipulated by the Trump administration.  Fortunately, they have recognized their mistake and issued a backtracking joint statement with the nation’s largest teachers unions:

You can read more about it at Chalkbeat’s article, Pediatricians distance themselves from Trump’s school reopening push in new statement.

 

This article from NBC News is interesting: European teachers, parents, officials challenge Trump claim on their schools reopening

‘Not enough teachers to reopen’: School districts expect booming demand for substitutes is from USA Today. You might also be interested in SCHOOLS ARE GOING TO HAVE A BIG PROBLEM GETTING SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS NEXT YEAR.

“Big Mess” Looms if Schools Don’t Get Billions To Reopen Safely is from The NY Times.

Reopened schools in Europe and Asia have largely avoided coronavirus outbreaks. They have lessons for the U.S. is from The Washington Post. This article seems to omit the point that community spread has been low in those countries, but it does provide an interesting overview. One common element is that the risk seems a lot lower in elementary schools than in older ones.

‘I Don’t Want to Go Back’: Many Teachers Are Fearful and Angry Over Pressure to Return is from The NY Times.

Spike in coronavirus cases means some schools won’t open at all this fall is from Ed Source.

The school reopening debate reveals that we don’t listen to teachers about schools is from The Washington Post.

Trump’s campaign to open schools provokes mounting backlash even from GOP is from Politico.

How to Reopen Schools: What Science and Other Countries Teach Us is from The NY Times.

Trump Threatens to Turn Pandemic Schooling Into a Culture War is also from The NY Times, and explains how, in the past few days, Trump has turned so many teachers who were previously open to reluctantly return to schools to “no wayers.”

L.A. teachers union says schools should not reopen next month, citing coronavirus spike is from The L.A. Times.

Florida wrestles with impossible question: when can schools reopen safely? is from The Guardian.

California teachers fight back against pressure to reopen schools is from Politico.

 

LOS ANGELES AND SAN DIEGO SCHOOL DISTRICTS ANNOUNCE THEY ARE STARTING THE SCHOOL YEAR ALL ONLINE

DeVos Abandons a Lifetime of Local Advocacy to Demand Schools Reopen is from The NY Times.

I hope our district can do something like this: California district designs novel plan to boost remote learning with in-person ‘student support hubs

 

 

LATEST UPDATE ON REOPENING SACRAMENTO SCHOOLS

Most Big School Districts Aren’t Ready to Reopen. Here’s Why. is from The NY Times.

Israeli Data Show School Openings Were a Disaster That Wiped Out Lockdown Gains is from The Daily Beast.

Teachers worry about how we’ll keep them safe if their schools reopen is from CNN.

‘Normally, people don’t play with kids’ lives’: Trump’s push to reopen schools becomes another partisan fight is from CNN.

ALL SACRAMENTO COUNTY SCHOOLS WILL START ONLINE

Newsom Order Would Keep Most California Schools Online is from The NY Times.

How Trump Closed Down the Schools is from The Atlantic.

“If You Want Us to Reopen, You Cannot Leave Your House From Now Until September” is from Slate.

Some Students Should Go to School, Most Should Stay Home is by Shayla R. Griffin.

How to Reopen the Economy Without Killing Teachers and Parents is from The NY Times.

The Urgency Of Reopening Schools Safely is by Linda Darling Hammond.

How other countries reopened schools during the pandemic – and what the US can learn from them is from The Conversation.

COLUMN: School reopening plans must ensure safety of custodians, cafeteria workers, bus drivers and substitutes appeared in The Hechinger Report.

 

Trump Gets CDC To Modify School Reopening Guidance – This Certainly Will Strengthen Everyone’s Confidence In It

Reopening Schools Is Way Harder Than It Should Be is from The NY Times.

Schools may soon apply for waivers to reopen — but only with union support is from The L.A. Times.

Remote Learning? No Thanks. is from The NY Times.

When Is It Safe for Schools to Reopen? is from The NY Times.

Held back: As parents realize how badly the U.S. botched the next school year, we’re furious is from The Washington Post.

‘Online School Is Not the End of the World’

‘Home-Schooling Won’t Kill Us. Covid-19 Might.’

A Visit To The Classrooms The Kids Left Behind.

A Small Georgia City Plans to Put Students in Classrooms This Week is from The New York Times.

Here’s How Back To School Might Look In The New Normal is from NPR.

What Will Schools Do When a Teacher Gets Covid-19? is from The NY Times.

Closed cafeterias, ‘recess’ at your desk: School will be weird next fall is from The Washington Post.

Opening Schools Won’t Be Easy, but Here’s How to Do It Safely is from The NY Times.

Teachers Wary of Returning to Class, and Online Instruction Too is from The New York Times. It includes a couple of paragraphs about our Sacramento district, though I think it mischaracterizes our union’s position last spring.

Coronavirus outbreak in Major League Baseball casts pall over other reopenings is from The Washington Post and talks a lot about school reopenings.

The Risk That Students Could Arrive at School With the Coronavirus is from The New York Times.

These kids are getting left behind when schools go online is from CNN.

‘This Push to Open Schools Is Guaranteed to Fail’ is from The Atlantic.

What a day at school looks like in a pandemic is from Axios.

‘I’m sorry, but it’s a fantasy’ is from The Washington Post.

Does the Covid pandemic spell the end of public schools? is from USA Today.

VIDEO: WATCH…ME GET INTERVIEWED ON CNN ABOUT SCHOOL REOPENING IN THE FALL

When Covid Subsided, Israel Reopened Its Schools. It Didn’t Go Well. is from The NY Times.

Some California elementary schools could reopen if they meet state waiver rules is from The L.A. Times.

Closing schools around the world could cause a ‘generational catastrophe,’ U.N. secretary-general warns is from The Washington Post.

We better be aware of this new epidemic that may be hitting our students’ families this fall: Wave of evictions expected as moratoriums end in many states

The Truth Behind A Viral Picture Of A Reopening School Is Worse Than It Looked is from BuzzFeed News.

As the Coronavirus Comes to School, a Tough Choice: When to Close is from The NY Times.

Special education students are not just falling behind — they’re losing key skills, parents say is from The Washington Post.

Can N.Y.C. Reopen Schools? The Whole Country Is Watching is from The NY Times.

A Tennessee school district reopens amid pressure and pandemic fears is from The Washington Post.

State cracks open door for Sacramento-area students to return to classroom — what’s next? is from The Sacramento Bee.

How Safe Is Your School’s Reopening Plan? Here’s What To Look For is from NPR.

Congress’s Ideological Divide Has Stymied Aid for Pandemic-Stricken Schools is from The NY Times.

I’m Tired of Hearing That Teachers Are Only Thinking About Ourselves Right Now is from Slate.

What will it take for schools to reopen safely in the midst of a pandemic? is from The L.A. Times.

Georgia teens shared photos of maskless students in crowded hallways. Now they’re suspended. is from The Washington Post.

America is about to start online learning, Round 2. For millions of students, it won’t be any better. is from The Washington Post.

Parent Racial, Income Divides Seen on School Reopening Preferences is from Ed Week.

Hybrid Schooling May Be the Most Dangerous Option of All is from Wired.

Lost Summer: How Schools Missed a Chance to Fix Remote Learning is from The NY Times.

Cuomo clears New York schools statewide to open, carefully is from The Associated Press.

Chaos coast to coast as a school year like no other launches is from The Washington Post.

Why Black families are choosing to keep their kids remote when schools reopen is from The Hechinger Report.

School reopenings are being touted as good for students’ well-being, but that’s wrong appeared on NBC News.

Teachers Across the Country Worry About a Rush to Reopen Schools is from The New Yorker.

The Woeful Inadequacy of School-Reopening Plans is also from The New Yorker.

Some remarkable pictures of kids in schools around the world is from The Washington Post.

‘Like saying I don’t love her’: Parents torn as some schools face greater reopening risks is from USA Today.

The New School Suspension: Blocked From Online Classrooms is from Huff Post and, unfortunately, features a student and school from our district.

Coronavirus cases lead over 800 to quarantine in Georgia school district where masks not required is from NBC News.

925 Quarantined for Covid. Is This a Successful School Reopening? is from The NY Times.

Schools Left in the Lurch as Negotiations on Coronavirus-Relief Bill Collapse is from US News.

Despite setbacks, Trump administration doubles down on push to reopen school buildings is from Chalkbeat.

Children Aren’t the Big Infection Risk in Schools. Adults Are. is from The NY Times.

Remote Learning Is Hard. Losing Family Members Is Worse. is from The NY Times.

How Trump’s Push to Reopen Schools Backfired is from The NY Times.

A generation left behind? Online learning cheats poor students, Times survey finds is from The L.A. Times.

A Florida school district wanted to wait to reopen school buildings. Gov. Ron DeSantis threatened to cut its funding. is from The Washington Post.

Families Priced Out of ‘Learning Pods’ Seek Alternatives is from The NY Times.

Is Your Child’s School Ready to Reopen? is from The NY Times.

California teacher unions won the fight over closing schools. What else do they want? is from The Sacramento Bee.

An Arizona school district canceled its reopening plans because too many teachers refused to show up is from Yahoo News.

Returning to School in Indian Country during the Pandemic is from Smithsonian Magazine.

Teachers face Covid-19 fears as school districts decide whether to reopen in person is from CNN.

Masks are on superintendents’ back-to-school shopping lists. Some leaders wonder if there will be enough. is from USA Today.

Older Children and the Coronavirus: A New Wrinkle in the Debate is from The NY Times.

Back to ‘school’: Even the basics are complicated, so how can teachers and students get on track? is from The Seattle Times.

Boston refused to close schools during the 1918 flu. Then children began to die. is from The Washington Post.

America’s Terrible Internet Is Making Quarantine Worse is from The Atlantic.

Get Ready for a Teacher Shortage Like We’ve Never Seen Before is from The NY Times.

‘A national crisis’: As coronavirus forces many schools online this fall, millions of disconnected students are being left behind is from The Washington Post.

The dystopian tech that companies are selling to help schools reopen sooner is from Recode.

Millions return to schools lacking handwashing facilities: UN is from Al Jazeera.

New coronavirus cases are emerging at schools. How much you know depends on where you live is from USA Today.

A California superintendent has a plan to bring students back to the classroom — but not their teachers is from CNN.

Can N.Y.C. Schools Open on Time? De Blasio Is Under Pressure to Delay is from The NY Times.

NYC Teacher Unions ‘Prepared To Strike’ If Safety Demands Are Not Met is from NPR.

When Can Schools Safely Reopen? The Answer Is Part Science, Part Guesswork. is from Five Thirty Eight.

‘All In, All the Time’: Reopening Florida Schools Is Likened to Military Operation is from The NY Times.

Nurses Are on the Virus Front Lines. But Many Schools Don’t Have One. is from The NY Times.

Here’s what happened when students went to school during the 1918 pandemic is from CNN.

Arizona Teachers Waged a Sickout Over Coronavirus Concerns, and Organizers Say Other School Districts Could Be Next is from TIME.

For Students With Disabilities, Schools Say They Have To Do Better In The Fall is from NPR.

New York City Schools Face Strike As District Plans To Reopen Amid Pandemic is also from NPR.

Confusion, changing mandates. Here’s the path for how Sacramento schools can reopen is from The Sacramento Bee.

Some Orange County schools to reopen as COVID-19 cases drop. What about L.A.? is from The L.A. Times.

“This is exactly what we’ve been warning about”: Why some school reopenings have backfired is from Vox.

Why New York Teachers Might Have to Strike is from The Atlantic.

The New York Times is published a daily news briefing on school reopening. You can see today’s issue here. Scroll down to the bottom and you can see the sign-up link for free emails.

Covid in the Classroom? Some Schools Are Keeping It Quiet is from The NY Times.

When can schools reopen? What you need to know about waivers and watch lists is from The LA Times.

California relaxes rules for school openings to let some students return to campus is from The Sacramento Bee.

Reopening Schools Quickly Could Lead to Remote Learning for All of 2020-21 is from US News.

Here’s What America’s Covid-Era Classrooms Look Like is from The NY Times.

Schools Find Health Risks in Water After Covid-19 Lockdowns is from The NY Times.

At least 463 million students around the world have no access to digital or broadcast lessons– UNICEF is from The Washington Post.

California issues new guidance to reopen schools. What does this mean for your child? is from The Sacramento Bee.

Why the breakdown of stimulus talks is doubly painful for schools: no money and added uncertainty is from Chalkbeat.

How Many Coronavirus Cases Are Happening In Schools? This Tracker Keeps Count is from NPR.

LAUSD’s liberal student attendance policy raises eyebrows is from The L.A. Times.

There’s a Reason Parents Miss Back-to-School Shopping is from The Atlantic.

Teachers across the world concerned as schools reopen despite rising cases is from NBC News.

Florida students head back to class amid reports of more kids catching COVID-19 is from NBC News.

New York City Delays Start of School to Ready for In-Person Classes is from The NY Times.

Zoom overload, COVID-19 hardship: Thousands of kindergartners vanish from local schools is from The LA Times.

Maryland and D.C. turn on their computers for the first day of virtual school is from The Washington Post.

Teachers in Texas Are Fighting for Their Lives is from The New Yorker.

Is it Safe to Send Your Kids to School? is from The NY Times.

Why Does My Kid’s Online School Still Start at 7:50 in the Freaking Morning? is from Slate.

How 3 Countries Are Educating Their Kids During The Pandemic is from NPR.

The Inanity of Zoom School Suspensions is from The NY Times.

Coronavirus Schools Briefing: Lunch Along With Learning is from The NY Times.

Sacramento City Unified locks in distance learning plan. Union says teachers won’t follow it is from The Sacramento Bee.

When Learning Is Really Remote: Students Climb Trees and Travel Miles for a Cell Signal is from The New York Times.

11 Students on a First Day of School Like No Other is from The NY Times.

Colleges are making last-minute changes as coronavirus cases spike. That’s tough for students. is from Vox.

Worried About Schools? Don’t Forget About Cafeteria Workers. is from The Atlantic.

Op-Ed: School custodians like me are considered essential workers. We’re not treated like it is from The L.A. Times.

Website Crashes and Cyberattacks Welcome Students Back to School is from The NY Times.

Des Moines school system loses its bid to halt school reopenings as infections rise is from The Washington Post.

What Did College Leaders Think Was Going to Happen? is from The Atlantic.

A District Keeps Classrooms Closed, Defying a Governor’s Order is from The NY Times.

My Child Has a Disability. What Will Her Education Be Like This Year? is from The NY Times.

As students return, the deaths of at least six teachers from covid-19 renew pandemic fears is from The Washington Post.

Nearly 20 schools in Sacramento County get approval to reopen classroom instruction is from the Sacramento Bee.

Teachers unions around the world clash with governments over coronavirus and school reopening plans is from The Washington Post.

Will This Be a Lost Year for America’s Children? is from The NY Times.

How China Brought Nearly 200 Million Students Back to School is from The NY Times.

As Fires Disrupt Schools, ‘the Pandemic Has Actually Helped’ is from The NY Times.

The New York City Schools That Didn’t Close is from The New Yorker.

A class of 100? COVID-19 plans overwhelming some teachers with huge virtual classes is from USA Today.

As N.Y.C. Reopens Schools, Homeless Families Face New Challenges is from The NY Times.

A Texas teacher on the struggles of this school year. is from Slate.

For School Outbreaks, It’s When, Not If is from The NY Times.

Teaching Is Hell Right Now is from Slate.

The Crushing Reality of Zoom School is from Esquire.

N.Y.C. Will Again Delay Start of In-Person Classes for Most Students is from The NY Times.

Facing Monday deadline, New York City will again delay start of in-person classes is from USA Today.

‘I’m Only 1 Person’: Teachers Feel Torn Between Their Students And Their Own Kids is from NPR.

Streaming Kindergarten on TikTok is from The NY Times.

In Denmark, the forest is the new classroom is from The Washington Post.

School discipline enters new realm with online learning is from The Washington Post.

Kids went to open-air schools during this epidemic. In winter. In New England. is from The Washington Post.

How N.Y.C.’s Mayor Ignored Warnings and Mishandled Reopening Schools is from The NY Times.

L.A. schools are closed — but there are loopholes for those with money is from The L.A. Times.

With COVID-19 complicating enrollment counts, public schools brace for impact on funding is from USA Today.

How One District Got Its Students Back Into Classrooms is from The NY Times.

Running a Virtual School on Chicago’s West Side is from The New Yorker.

Families face the demands of online and hybrid learning is from Ed Source.

As Schools Go Remote, Finding ‘Lost’ Students Gets Harder is from The NY Times.

Learning Curve: Teacher Resigns Rather Than Expose Her Family To COVID-19 is from NPR.

They Work Full Time. They Attend School. They’re Only Teenagers. is from The HuffPost.

Duval Schools’ laptop gap impacts both in-person and virtual learning is from Jacksonville, Florida.

Tens of thousands of L.A.-area students still need computers or Wi-Fi 6 months into pandemic is from The L.A. Times.

3 families chose between online and in-person school. Now they’re questioning their decisions. is from NBC News.

Like running a country: What it meant to be a schools superintendent this summer is from The Washington Post.

What We Know About Coronavirus Cases in K-12 Schools So Far is from The NY Times.

New Dashboard Tracks Coronavirus Cases In Schools Across 47 State is from NPR.

As more schools offer in-person options, what happens to the students who stay virtual? is from USA Today.

‘No safety, no learning’: Many Orange County teachers protest reopening schools is from The L.A. Times.

A Day In The Life Of… is from NBC News.

Where bringing students back to school is most risky is from Axios.

Young People Are Spreading the Virus is from The NY Times.

‘All Eyes Are on New York’: Can It Pull Off Hybrid Learning in Schools? is from The NY Times.

‘People are just being dishonest’: Parents are sending coronavirus-infected kids to school, Wisconsin officials warn is from The Washington Post.

How Sacramento County schools will try to stay open — even if coronavirus hits campuses is from The Sacramento Bee.

Florida education commissioner orders Miami to open schools earlier than planned is from The Washington Post.

As Covid-19 Closes Schools, the World’s Children Go to Work is from The NY Times.

The Students Left Behind by Remote Learning appeared in ProPublica.

Behind the White House Effort to Pressure the C.D.C. on School Openings is from The NY Times.

Covid-19 twice as likely in teens than in younger kids is from NBC News.

Europe stays committed to in-person classes as school outbreaks remain rare is from The Washington Post.

Principals Assail N.Y.C. Mayor, Calling for State Takeover of Schools is from The NY Times.

Many Arkansas Teachers Refuse In-Person Classes Amid COVID-19 Concerns is from NPR.

Teaching in-person and virtual students at once? It’s an instructional nightmare, some educators say is from Chalkbeat.

Kids In New York City Go Back To School For In-Person Classes is from NPR.

School Districts Rethink Attendance Policies To Accommodate Pandemic Realities is also from NPR.

New York City’s Kids, Back at School is from The New Yorker.

New York is now closing some newly-opened schools: Fearing 2nd Wave, N.Y.C. Will Adopt Restrictions in Hard-Hit Areas

Ontario trumpeted its $1.3-billion back-to-school plan. But a closer analysis shows it’s all about muddy math is from The Toronto Star.

Parents sue Louisiana school district after 4th grader suspended for BB gun during virtual class at home is from CNN.

What Parents Need to Know About School Coronavirus Case Data is from The NY Times.

A Beloved Teacher Died From the Virus. Now Her School Confronts Reopening. is from The NY Times.

Now Taking the Stage in the Pandemic: The School Nurse is from The NY Times.

N.Y.C. Closes Some Schools … Again is from The NY Times.

What It’s Like to Be a Teacher in 2020 America is from The NY Times.

A padlocked drinking fountain, tree stump seats and a caution-taped library: See how the coronavirus has transformed schools is from The Hechinger Report.

I wouldn’t worry too much what our county’s head of the county Board of Education says in this article, but it’s interesting to see what districts in our region are doing with school schedules.

A shortage of teachers and Covid-19 create a perfect storm for the education system is from CNBC.

CDC: Almost all of the US kids and teens who’ve died from COVID-19 were Hispanic or Black is from Business Insider.

Parents Hustling To Adapt After New York City Closes Schools In Some Areas Again is from NPR.

‘The Big Experiment’: Alaska School District Returns To Classrooms is from NPR.

Chicago Loses A Beloved Teacher To COVID-19 is also from NPR.

She’s 13, and the Source of a Family’s Covid-19 Outbreak is from The NY Times.

The Digital Divide Starts With a Laptop Shortage is from The NY Times.

Sure, send our kids back to unsafe schools, even though it isn’t ‘in the best interest of anyone’ is from The Washington Post.

In-person classes, Internet snafus, melancholy hallways: This is what teaching in a pandemic is like is also from The Washington Post.

Teachers unions in 3 large Sacramento districts want schools closed until at least January is from The Sacramento Bee.

As Covid-19 Closes Schools, the World’s Children Go to Work is from The NY Times.

As More Schools Resume In-Person Learning, Some Lessons From Districts That Did It First is from Ed Week.

U.S. schooling during covid-19 doesn’t deserve a passing grade. Here’s the way forward. is from The Washington Post.

Another Sacramento County school district votes to reopen campuses — perhaps next month is from The Sacramento Bee.

Up to 1 million California students may still lack connectivity during distance learning is from Ed Source.

What we’ve learned so far from school reopenings in the US is from Vox.

Boston schools staff and students ‘shivering’ in cold classrooms with windows open for ventilation is from The Boston Herald.

A third Sacramento County school district announces a plan to reopen. This time much later is from The Sacramento Bee.

Remote learning can be a pain for kids in more ways than one is from NBC News.

California teacher unions fight calls to reopen schools is from The L.A. Times.

‘Out of Control’: When Schools Opened in a Virus Hot Spot is from The NY Times.

Remote learning is deepening the divide between rich and poor is from The Washington Post.

CDC Offers Cautions, Guidance for Schools’ COVID-19 Testing Strategies is from Ed Week.

With winter on the way and windows open, Europe’s students prepare for the cold is from The Washington Post.

Surprising Results in Initial Virus Testing in N.Y.C. Schools is from The NY Times.

‘Historical failure’: Thousands of students being left behind by Sacramento school district is from The Sacramento Bee.

Hybrid school might be the worst of both worlds is from Vox.

These Families Feel Forgotten as N.Y.C. Pushes to Open Schools is from The NY Times.

Back to school: Many large districts are opening their doors again is from The Washington Post.

A look at Orange County as first in a wave of school reopenings in California is from Ed Source.

Were The Risks Of Reopening Schools Exaggerated? is from NPR.

Editorial: The CDC blows it again, this time on COVID-19 testing at school is from The L.A. Times.

Experts Warn Students May Face Challenges When In-Person Classes Resume is from NPR.

Pandemic Costs Pile Up As Many Schools Remain Closed is from NPR.

As more students head back, here’s what we now know (and still don’t) about schools and COVID spread is from Chalkbeat, and is definitely worth reading.

Trump and Biden Finally Talk Schools is from The NY Times.

America’s School Funding Crisis: Budget Cuts, Rising Costs And No Help In Sight is from NPR.

Schoolchildren Seem Unlikely to Fuel Coronavirus Surges, Scientists Say is from The NY Times.

Why education technology can’t save remote learning is from Axios.

The dangerous instability of school re-openings is also from Axios.

“Some of My Kids Are Slipping Through the Cracks”: Four teachers on the challenges and failures of the school year so far is from Slate.

For students with disabilities, a return to schools means more learning and needed services — even if nothing’s normal yet is from Chalkbeat.

Why Reopening Schools Has Become the Most Fraught Debate of the Pandemic is from The American Prospect.

New York’s School Reopening is Not Proceeding as Planned is from The NY Times.

Classrooms Without Walls is from The NY Times.

L.A. campuses unlikely to reopen until at least January, school board leaders say is from The L.A. Times.

NYC students of color are less likely to return to school buildings this year, new poll finds is from Chalkbeat.

De Blasio pushed to reopen school buildings. Only about a quarter of students showed up for in-person instruction. is from Chalkbeat.

What school looks like now — in striking pictures from around the world is from The Washington Post.

Research Video News Brief: Projecting the Potential Impact of COVID-19 School Closures on Academic Achievement is from The American Education Research Association.

Educators Wanted Vulnerable Students To Return First for In-Person Learning, But a Racial Divide Spoiled Their Plans is from The 74.

In San Francisco, Virus Is Contained but Schools Are Still Closed is from The NY Times.

Why Is Europe Keeping Its Schools Open, Despite New Lockdowns? is from The NY Times.

Lessons from Estonia: why it excels at digital learning during Covid is from The Guardian.

In Michigan, Undocumented Immigrants Form Learning Pod So They Won’t Lose Their Jobs is from NPR.

School Official On A Pennsylvania District’s Decision To Revert To Online Learning is from NPR.

Parents in N.Y.C. Public Schools Now Face This Agonizing Choice is from The NY Times.

Ds and Fs surge, attendance slips among L.A.’s poorest students amid distance learning is from The L.A Times.

Success Academy, NYC’s largest charter network, to stay remote through March 2021 is from Chalkbeat.

Are We Losing a Generation of Children to Remote Learning? is from The NY Times.

Leading school superintendents ask Gov. Newsom to impose a ‘common standard’ for reopening schools in California is from Ed Source.

What we know so far about school reopenings in California is from Cal Matters.

Remote testing monitored by AI is failing the students forced to undergo it is from NBC News.

Remote-learning technology just isn’t good enough and won’t be soon is by Justin Reich.

Schools increasingly return to online learning as Covid-19 spikes across the U.S. is from NBC News.

Averting “Generational Catastrophe”: How We Can Safely Re-Open Our Schools is from Health Affairs.

The Children Never Had the Coronavirus. So Why Did They Have Antibodies? is from The NY Times.

Lessons From Europe, Where Cases Are Rising But Schools Are Open is from NPR.

N.Y.C. Schools May Close Again, a Grim Sign of a Global Dilemma is from The NY Times.

Across the country, school districts are shutting down or canceling plans to reopen. is from The NY Times.

How Hybrid Learning Is (and Is Not) Working During COVID-19: 6 Case Studies is from Ed Week.

Back in school buildings: One school district’s experience in 10 weeks is from The Washington Post.

Indianapolis schools ordered to return to virtual learning through Jan. 15 is from Chalkbeat.

Thousands of students have dropped out of Missouri public schools during coronavirus pandemic is from The St. Louis Post Dispatch.

Schools start closing — or delay reopening — as covid-19 cases jump across the country is from The Washington Post.

A group of Philadelphia researchers sees ‘no-win situation’ when it comes to schools. is from The NY Times.

Surges in COVID cases are upending school reopening plans across the U.S. is from Chalkbeat.

The Pandemic Has Only Underscored the Unfair Burden That Schools Shoulder is from Education Post.

Schools could face a hard shutdown if the COVID-19 surge worsens, officials warn is from The L.A. Times.

In Rural ‘Dead Zones,’ School Comes on a Flash Drive is from The NY Times.

Europe Keeps Schools Open, Not Restaurants. The U.S. Has Other Ideas. is from The NY Times.

‘Please Turn Your Microphone Off’: Hybrid Learning From The Classroom is from an NPR affiliate.

To Combat Learning Loss, New Project Hopes to Test and Scale ‘High Impact’ Tutoring is from Ed Week.

‘Don’t Get Gaggled’: Minneapolis School District Spends Big on Student Surveillance Tool, Raising Ire After Terminating Its Police Contract is from The 74.

How Will Biden Approach School Reopenings? is from The NY Times.

Blue states and red states are both doing school reopenings wrong is from Vox.

School Rankings: Framing (Slightly) Differently is by Emily Oster.

Mass Nationwide School Closures Loom as Coronavirus Cases Spike is from US News.

CDC quietly removes guidance pushing for school reopenings is from The Hill.

Schools want to end online classes for struggling kids, but COVID-19 cases may send everyone home is from USA Today.

Are We Seriously Talking About Closing Schools Again? is from The NY Times.

 

After 8 months, D.C. Public Schools reopens buildings for more than 400 students is from The Washington Post.

New York City schools closing because of rising coronavirus rates — and so are all schools in Kentucky is from The Washington Post.

Why restaurants are open and schools are closed is from Vox.

Empty desks: Coronavirus robs US classrooms of teachers is from The Associated Press.

San Francisco’s School Plan Could Offer Other Districts Hope is from The NY Times.

Covid school closings raise privacy concerns for students and teachers is from NBC News.

 

When New York City Schools Reopen, About 700,000 Students Won’t Be There is from The NY Times.

Welfare checks and hotspots: how a school district is fighting to keep kids in class amid Covid is from The Guardian.

As coronavirus cases rise, school leaders once again confront tough choices is from The Washington Post.

A Superintendent On What It’s Like Overseeing A School District During The Pandemic is from NPR.

Pandemic surge puts opening of regular classrooms on hold for millions of California students is from NPR.

The importance of clean air in classrooms—during the pandemic and beyond is from Brookings.

As COVID-19 Soars in Many Communities, Schools Attempt To Find Ways Through the Crisis is from The Pulitzer Center.

Outdoor Learning, in Blustery Weather is from The NY Times.

Two School Districts Had Different Mask Policies. Only One Had a Teacher on a Ventilator. is from ProPublica.

How de Blasio Backed Himself Into a Corner on Closing Schools is from The NY Times.

In Canada, a Push to Keep Schools Open in Second Lockdown is from The NY Times.

A ‘trend of more failing’: Online school has sent F’s spiking by 83 percent in Virginia’s largest school system is from The Washington Post.

Remote school is leaving children sad and angry is from The Washington Post.

Plastic Dividers and Masks All Day: What Teaching in a Pandemic Looks Like is from The NY Times.

This state is shutting bars and gyms as the coronavirus surges — but not schools is from The Washington Post.

‘Unprecedented learning loss’: U.S. students rack up failures as grading returns to pre-pandemic standards. is from The NY Times.

New York City Will Reopen Elementary Schools and Phase Out Hybrid Learning is from The NY Times.

New York City Schools Will Reopen With New COVID-19 Testing Protocol is from NPR.

Why School Districts Are Bringing Back Younger Children First is from The NY Times.

On Pandemic Schooling, de Blasio Is Actually Leading is from The NY Times.

I’m sure there will be more!

 

I’m adding this post to The “Best Of The Best” Resources To Support Teachers Dealing With School Closures.