|5-28-20 Education in the News|
NJ Spotlight--Op-Ed: As We Think About Reopening Schools in the Fall, 91 Questions to Start With
If New Jersey schools are to reopen in a few months, the planning must start now. The list of issues to be addressed is daunting
NJ Spotlight--Fine Print: New Jersey Guidance for High School Graduations
State lays out three options for what is — and isn’t — allowed for commencement ceremonies, starting July 6
Star Ledger--Decision on when N.J. could reopen schools will likely come by mid-June, Murphy says
NJ Spotlight--Explainer: What Parents Should Know About MIS-C, Syndrome with Possible Link to the Coronavirus
State has reported more than two-dozen cases of potentially fatal illness in children, which experts say is triggered by a reaction to the novel coronavirus
Star Ledger--Graduation in July? Some N.J. schools won’t do it even with Murphy’s blessing.
Asbury Park Press--Rebuilding America: Reopened New Jersey schools will look much different
Most local school districts and college campuses are hoping to have their classrooms reopen for the fall semester.
But that doesn’t mean things will go back to the way they were before the coronavirus.
Joe Strupp, Asbury Park Press Published 5:00 a.m. ET May 28, 2020 | Updated 6:55 a.m. ET May 28, 2020
NPR--Survey Shows Big Remote Learning Gaps For Low-Income And Special Needs Children
https://www.npr.org/sections/coronavirus-live-updates/2020/05/27/862705225/survey-shows-big-remote-learning-gaps-for-low-income-and-special-needs-childrenAnya Kamenetz| May 27, 202012:03 PM ET
Politics K-12 (via Education Week)--Poll: Teachers, Parents Wary of Returning to Schools Without COVID-19 Vaccine
When and how schools will reopen is just one consideration for decisionmakers: A new poll suggests they should also consider whether teachers and families feel safe returning to buildings closed to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
Evie Blad on May 26, 2020 5:35 PM
Edutopia--In Rural and Urban Communities, Kids Still Can’t Get Online
Two teachers, one urban, one rural, reflect on what the divide looks like in their communities, and what they’re doing to help bridge the gap.
Garden State Coalition of Schools