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10-7-21 Education in the News

NJ Spotlight--NJ orders schools to report COVID-19 case data

School outbreaks have doubled. Health experts expect cases to rise after Thanksgiving


Lilo H. Stainton, Health care writer | October 7, 2021 | Coronavirus in NJ, Education


Star Ledger--N.J’s in-school COVID outbreaks increase to 69 with 379 cases among students, staff


Matt Arco | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com|\ Updated: Oct. 06, 2021, 3:35 p.m. | Published: Oct. 06, 2021, 1:11 p.m.


Star Ledger--This ‘remarkable’ social studies teacher is N.J.’s Teacher of the Year


Adam Clark | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com | Published: Oct. 06, 2021, 5:00 p.m.


NPR--You don't need a bachelor's degree to land a high-paying job


Elissa Nadworny| October 7, 20216:00 AM ET

Education Week-- Districts Are Leaning on Medical Advisers to Help With COVID Policies. It’s Paying Off


Stephen Sawchuk — October 05, 2021 9 min read


Education Dive-- How will pandemic learning impact graduation rates long-term?


Shawna De La Rosa Contributor, K-12 | Published Oct. 6, 2021


Edutopia--The Case Against Zeros in Grading

Teachers can rethink their grading practices to make them more mathematically fair for students and allow for redemption for a missed assignment.


 Alexis Tamony| October 6, 2021


The Hechinger Report--OPINION: Younger students were among those most hurt during the pandemic

Research tells us which groups will need the most attention when school is back in session


Nathan Storey and Qiyang Zhang October 4, 2021