|6-24-20 Education in the News|
NJ Spotlight--Murphy: Union Leaders OK Furlough Plan for State Workers
With ratification vote pending, governor is mum on how much the proposal would ease the COVID-19 strain on Trentonís finances
NJ Spotlight--Op-Ed: Follow-Up Needed on NJís Renewed Commitment to Climate Change Education
Money is needed to train educators to properly teach on a subject for which they often are not prepared
ABC News--Budgets put limits on social distancing options for schools
Many schools find themselves overwhelmed by the potential expenses that would come with operating under pandemic-induced social distancing guidelines
MIKE CATALINI and MICHAEL MELIA Associated Press| June 23, 2020, 10:09 AM
Chalkbeat--School lunch as we know it is over. Hereís how school nutrition directors are reinventing it for an uncertain year.
Jessica Fu, The Counter Jun 23, 2020, 1:33pm EDT
Education Dive--Lessons In Leadership: Ohio superintendent prioritizes leading with core values amid reopening, unrest
For Marlon Styles, a focus on equity is at the heart of his coronavirus response and approach to navigating social change as a Black leader.
Edutopia--How to Boost Studentsí Sense of Optimism
Students who donít see a bright future for themselves may have trouble getting motivated for school, but a trauma-informed approach can improve†their expectations.
Maurice J. Elias| June 23, 2020
The HechingerReport--When kids go back to school, whoís going to drive the bus?
Bus drivers, like other school support staff, are often older and canít do their jobs remotely. School administrators are struggling to figure out how to reopen while keeping these staff safe.
Neal Morton June 24, 2020
Garden State Coalition of Schools