What will school look like this fall?
I’ve published two previous posts about it:
Today, NPR ran a long story about 9 Ways Schools Will Look Different When (And If) They Reopen.
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.
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.
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.
Split classes, outdoor lessons: what Denmark can teach England about reopening schools after Covid-19 https://t.co/JcSO0yAE8H
— Guardian Education (@GuardianEdu) May 17, 2020
When can kids go back to school? Since the severity of the outbreak varies so widely across the country, there isn’t likely to be one answer, Dr. Anthony Fauci told Congress on Tuesday. Here are some of the core questions that could affect the timeline. https://t.co/WWGj5aHyLB
— New York Times Opinion (@nytopinion) May 16, 2020
Back at school, French kindergartners learn social distancing. pic.twitter.com/LCvp1BMZ1Z
— Eleanor Beardsley (@ElBeardsley) May 13, 2020
NEW: Plan submitted by Fairfax County (Va) Public Schools shows images of potential “social distance” classrooms for the fall pic.twitter.com/svTXvP67ST
— Scott MacFarlane (@MacFarlaneNews) May 18, 2020
How feasible are school reopening plans for fall? is from Education Dive.
Not sure I entirely agree with this teacher’s perspective on the fall, but it is certainly far more persuasive than divorced from reality plans being offered by many ed reformers and think tanks https://t.co/25fpdDk3cZ
— Larry Ferlazzo (@Larryferlazzo) May 19, 2020
Students at @dcpublicschools may only go to in-person classes 1 day a week next year. Document obtained by @nbcwashington details options considered by @MayorBowser A: 1 day a week B: 2 days a week C: 1 full week every 3rd week. Class size reduced to 10 students @nbcwashington pic.twitter.com/Op4a0wkXOF
— Mark Segraves (@SegravesNBC4) May 19, 2020
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.
Europe learning the dangers of going back to school after coronavirus is from Politico.
For Schools, the List of Obstacles Grows and Grows is from The Atlantic.
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.