|8-28-20 Education in the News|
NJ Spotlight--Advocates Put NJ on Notice Technology Gap Could Face Challenge
Tens of thousands of students lack tools for remote learning. Group says that violates their rights
Star Ledger--Return to the classroom or stay home and learn remotely? Kids, parents face a difficult decision.
Parents and students must weigh two less-than-perfect options: Return to classes, likely part time, or continue remote learning, an endeavor that often proved far from ideal in the spring.
Star Ledger--N.J. schools reopening: These districts are planning all-remote, virtual classes (Aug. 28, 2020 updates)
Because of lingering concerns over the coronavirus, students in many public school districts across New Jersey will be starting the 2020-2021 school year with all-remote instruction.
Press of Atlantic City--NJ high school football teams will not be penalized if they kneel during national anthem
PATRICK MULRANEN Staff Writer | August 27, 2020
NY Times--Why New Jersey’s Plan for In-Person Schooling Is Falling Apart
Growing numbers of districts are going online only, citing teacher shortages, ventilation issues and delayed guidance from the state on the virus.
Tracey Tully| Aug. 28, 2020, 5:00 a.m. ET
NPR--How Many Coronavirus Cases Are Happening In Schools? This Tracker Keeps Count
Education Dive--Fast Forward: Will COVID-19 trigger shift from standardized assessments?
The Hechinger Report--Best practices for remote learning, according to experts
Javeria Salman August 26, 2020
Garden State Coalition of Schools