|3-5-21 Education in the News|
Star Ledger--1 in 3 N.J. students could need ‘strong support’ after virtual learning, state data says
The Atlantic--Massachusetts Actually Might Have a Way to Keep Schools Open
An ambitious pilot program could finally pave the way to in-person learning—at least for those who can afford it.
Katherine J. Wu| March 4,
NPR--NPR/Ipsos Poll: Nearly One Third Of Parents May Stick With Remote Learning
Anya Kamenetz, Eda Uzunlar| March 5, 20215:02 AM ET
Star Ledger--New Jersey’s camps can open! Children will need them more than ever before. | Opinion
More than ever before, children need camp and the good news is, Gov. Phil Murphy announced Wednesday that New Jersey overnight camps will be open this summer.
Susie Lupert| Star-Ledger Guest Columnist| Updated Mar 04, 2021; Posted Mar 04, 2021
Education Week--Vaccine Access Speeds Up for Teachers After Biden's Declaration
The vaccine landscape for teachers shifted dramatically after President Joe Biden directed states to prioritize the K-12 workforce.
Madeline Will| March 3, 2021
Education Week--How Much COVID-19 Cleaning in Schools Is Too Much?
Sarah D. Sparks — March 02, 2021
Education Dive--Report: US schools receive D grade for infrastructure
Garden State Coalition of Schools