|5-13-20 Education in the News|
Star Ledger--As jobs vanish, N.J. students search for elusive summer employment
Patrick Lanni | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com | Posted May 12, 2020
Education Week--Teachers Work an Hour Less Per Day During COVID-19: 8 Key EdWeek Survey Findings
Less time teaching, dramatically reduced exposure to new learning material for students living in poverty, and lots of Zoom lessons.
Chalkbeat--Will schools be able to reopen in the fall? Fauci says answer will be ‘very different’ across the country
Kalyn Belsha May 12, 2020, 2:11pm EDT
Education Dive--School closures changing districts' methods, terms for bargaining with unions
Amid the pandemic, unions and districts are renegotiating labor contracts to address long-term closures at an unprecedented rapid pace, but experts suggest collaboration may fizzle in the summer.
Hechinger Report--OPINION: The outbreak didn’t need to be this hard on students — we can do better next time by rethinking how and when learning takes place
'We are at serious risk of failing to properly educate millions of students this year because we have designed education around schools and systems, as opposed to designing around the learner'
Phyllis Lockett May 12, 2020
Garden State Coalition of Schools