|7-23-20 Education in the News|
NJ Spotlight--New Methods Pose Challenges and Health Risks for Teachers Returning to School
Educators grapple with how to adapt to teaching in person and virtually, safety concerns and more
NJ Spotlight--New Jersey Has Spent Only a Fraction of $2.4B Federal COVID-19 Aid, Legislative Sources Say
It’s difficult to follow the money, but evidence is that Murphy administration has used less than 3% of state’s allotment
Associated Press (via StarLedger)--Poll: Very few Americans back full school reopening
Star Ledger--What if we did things differently to make schools safe in the age of COVID? | Opinion
Claire Cahen and Leah Z. Owens| Star-Ledger Guest Columnist Updated Jul 22, 2020; Posted Jul 22, 2020
Star Ledger--N.J. schools face $1B cut without new federal stimulus aid, Murphy warns as he blasts McConnell
The Record--Coming Thursday, 1 pm: NJ teachers union head, Ridgewood/ Leonia medical expert discuss school opening live
Ed Forbes| North Jersey.com| July 22, 2020
Asbury Park Press--Lakewood Board of Education approves plan to open schools, purchase classrooms and shields
LAKEWOOD — All 6,500 township public schools students will go back to their classrooms when the new school year starts Sept. 4.
Gustavo Martínez Contreras| Asbury Park Press| July 23, 2020
NPR--Families Of Children With Special Needs Are Suing In Several States. Here's Why.
Education Week--Round-the-Clock Communication Is Exhausting Teachers
Sarah Schwartz| July 21, 2020
Chalkbeat--Reopening America’s schools is way harder than it should be
So is leaving them closed. Now what?
Sarah Darville Jul 23, 2020, 7:07am EDT
Chalkbeat--Denver promises its 100% virtual school will be ‘more robust’ than in the spring. Here’s how it would work
Melanie Asmar Jul 22, 2020, 2:19pm MDT
Education Dive--When schools reopen, extra cleaning will be essential but expensive
Shawna De La Rosa| July 22, 2020