7-30-20 Education in the News

Star Ledger--Schools should reopen with in-person classes, Murphy says again as lawmakers call for delay


Kelly Heyboer | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com| Updated Jul 29, 2020; Posted Jul 29, 2020


ABC News--Should schools reopen for students' mental health? Experts weigh in


Dr. Yalda Safai| July 29, 2020, 5:20 AM


NJ Spotlight--Working Parents Face Child Care Issues with Hybrid School Schedules

Gov. Phil Murphy has called it an issue of equity, hoping for ‘a big slug of federal cash’ to help offset child care costs


Joanna Gagis, NJTV News | July 30, 2020 | Education, Coronavirus in NJ


Star Ledger--We don’t want in-person classes. Let us stay virtual, N.J. school district tells state.


Kelly Heyboer | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com|  Updated Jul 29, 2020; Posted Jul 29, 2020


Star Ledger--N.J. schools would stay closed, start the year ‘all-remote’ under proposed bill


Kelly Heyboer | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com| Updated Jul 30, 2020; Posted Jul 29, 2020


Jersey Journal--More than 200 teachers may not return to one of N.J.‘s largest school districts this fall


Joshua Rosario | The Jersey Journal| Updated Jul 30, 2020; Posted Jul 29, 2020


The Record--More in New Jersey contemplating all-remote education as first day of school approaches


Terrence T. McDonald| NorthJersey.com| July 29, 2020


The Atlantic--Will Kids Follow the New Pandemic Rules at School?

Students are generally capable of doing what public-health experts ask, but not all of them, not everything, and not all the time.


Joe Pinsker| July 29, 2020


Education Week--States Overlook Academics in School Reopening Plans, Analysis Finds


Evie Blad on July 29, 2020 12:26 PM


Chalkbeat--Three ways America’s current schools crisis could hurt the broader economy


Matt Barnum Jul 29, 2020, 1:16pm EDT


Education Dive--Teacher union's 'safety strikes' threat ramps up pressure on superintendents making reopening calls


Naaz Modan @NaazModan| Published July 29, 2020


Edutopia--Making Learning at Home Work for Preschool Students

It's not easy to teach young children remotely. These strategies can help make instruction accessible and engaging—for students and their families.


Maddi Bodine| July 29, 2020