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4-10-20 Education in the News

NJ Spotlight--Delayed Tax-Filing Deadline for NJ About to Become Law as State Budget Is Getting ‘Crushed’

New Jersey has yet to follow other states by disclosing an estimate of revenue losses


John Reitmeyer | April 10, 2020 | Budget, Coronavirus in NJ


NJ Spotlight--NJ Lawmakers Plan Task Force, Impact of COVID-19 on Education

Proponents look to cast wide net, want stakeholders to include administrators, teachers, families of students — even school nurses


John Mooney | April 10, 2020 | Coronavirus in NJ, Education


Star Ledger--Will N.J. schools reopen this year? And other burning education questions tackled.

 Schools are among the most structured institutions in society, what with the grades that judge how students are performing to the bells that summon them to and from class.


Riley Yates | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com| Updated Apr 09, 2020; Posted Apr 09, 2020



Jersey Journal--Get tech to kids who need it | Jersey Journal editorial

A cruel fact of the coronavirus pandemic is that while the virus itself doesn’t discriminate, the crisis does.

We’ve all seen reports showing greater concentrations of positive test results in poorer communities and less ability in those communities to shelter at home.

Another area where poorer people are lagging behind is distance learning.


Jersey Journal Editorial| Updated Apr 09, 2020; Posted Apr 09, 2020



Education Week--School Closures May Go Into the Fall If Coronavirus Resurges, State Chiefs Warn

Top education officials in two states warned this week that schools may have to continue online education in the fall if the spread of the coronavirus continues or resurges.


Evie Blad on April 8, 2020 4:07 PM



Politics K-12 (via Education Week)--Survey Finds Many Parents Shrug Off Coronavirus' Impact on Learning

A new national survey found that a slight majority of parents —51 percent—responding last week said they were "not concerned at all" or "not too concerned" about the negative impact that the coronvirus pandemic might have on their children's education.


Andrew Ujifusa on April 8, 2020 4:41 PM




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