|12-17-20 Education in the News|
NJ Spotlight--Highlighting challenges faced by working parents during the pandemic
Star Ledger--Nearly 100 N.J. schools have had COVID-19 outbreaks, new stats say. Here’s what that means.
The number of in-school coronavirus outbreaks rose to 98 this week with 428 total cases involving students, teachers and school staff.
Philadelphia Inquirer-As teachers quarantine, Philly-area schools hunt for substitutes
Maddie Hanna, Posted: December 17, 2020- 5:00 AM
NY times--When Will It Be Like 2019 Again?
Vaccines will soon be available for teachers — but what comes next is complicated.
NPR--What It's Like To Apply To College In The Pandemic
Ryan Delaney| December 16, 20203:56 PM ET
Education Week--School Employees May Get Early COVID-19 Vaccinations. Here’s How States Will Decide When
Evie Blad| December 15, 2020
Education Dive--Report: Declines in high school graduates may not be as bad as expected
Edutopia--Rethinking Homework for This Year—and Beyond
A schoolwide effort to reduce homework has led to a renewed focus on ensuring that all work assigned really aids students’ learning.
Mary Davenport| December 16, 2020
Garden State Coalition of Schools