Ordinarily, I’d add these new articles and videos to The Best Posts Predicting (& Showing) What Schools Look Like During The Pandemic. However, that list is just getting too massive. So, in the future, if you want to find these in one place, click here:
Two years ago schools shut down around the world. These are the biggest impacts is from NPR. It’s interesting, though its major error is attributing all the academic challenges experienced by students during the pandemic to school closures, which is not backed by research.
A major shortage of substitute teachers has some districts training new subs in 1 day is from NPR.
A first school day without mask mandates, except in L.A., where teachers union is in talks is from The L.A. Times.
U.S. schools are flush with cash, but struggling to spend it on schedule is from Chalkbeat.