|1-8-21 Education in the News|
Star Ledger--N.J.’s largest school district to stay all-remote until April due to COVID outbreak
The Record--'This is going to be in our history books:' Teachers address Capitol siege in classrooms
Hannan Adely| NorthJersey.com| January 7, 2021
Philadelphia Inquirer--‘A terrible thing happened’: How teachers are explaining the Capitol insurrection to students
Press of Atlantic City--Murphy signs bill strengthening Amistad Commission
NPR--How To Talk To Kids About The Riots At The U.S. Capitol
Anya Kamenetz | January 7, 20214:25 PM ET
NPR--DeVos Resigns As Education Secretary, Says, 'Impressionable Children Are Watching'
Education Week--Data Snapshot: What Teacher and Student Morale Looks Like Right Now
EdWeek Research Center — January 06, 2021 1 min read
Chalkbeat--Witnessing history: Teachers and students left reeling, looking for lessons in an insurrection
Chalkbeat Staff Jan 7, 2021, 8:34pm EST
Education Dive--5 ed tech trends to watch in 2021
The shifts of the past year are shaping new developments in online learning, classroom tech training, cybersecurity concerns and more.
Natalie Gross| Published Jan. 7, 2021
Edutopia--Why Students Should Write in All Subjects
Writing improves learning by consolidating information in long-term memory, researchers explain. Plus, five engaging writing activities to use in all subjects.
Youki Terada| January 7, 2021
The Hechinger Report--OPINION: Confused and angry, young teachers seek guidance on discussing current events with students
A professor offers helpful suggestions and talking points about chaos at the Capitol
Jennifer Rich January 7, 2021
Garden State Coalition of Schools