|11-6-20 Education in the News|
NJ Spotlight--Just as many do already in class, NJ teachers attend virtual convention
Not as many panels, and no gift bags. Sessions on remote learning, social justice draw attention
Star Ledger--Nearly 150 kids and teachers caught COVID-19 at N.J. schools, state officials say as outbreaks increase
The state's COVID-19 dashboard reports the number of outbreaks in which students or teachers transmitted the virus while in school or during school activities.
Star Ledger--Virtual learning wasn’t working for these N.J. families so they’re homeschooling instead
NY Times--How an Oregon Measure for Universal Preschool Could Be a National Model
Claire Cain Miller| Nov. 6, 2020, 5:00 a.m. ET
Education Week--Educator Morale, School Job Applicants Declining, Survey Shows
November 4, 2020
Education Dive--Rubric for Recovery: Low-income students of color at edge of widening opportunity gap
Schools are addressing low engagement in part by understanding student apprehensions to being on camera and limiting unnecessary assignments.
The Hechinger Report--How to improve schooling during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to students
Students want masks on, fewer but better assignments, and antiracism addressed in the curriculum
Magdalena Slapik November 2, 2020
Garden State Coalition of Schools