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11-12-21 Education in the News

NY Times--Substitute Teachers Never Got Much Respect, but Now They Are in Demand

Because of staff shortages, some school districts are canceling classes. Others are lowering their hiring standards. The result can be a chaotic classroom.


Giulia Heyward| Nov. 11, 2021

Education Week--Just How Widespread Are the Threats to Educators Over COVID Policies?


Holly Kurtz November 11, 2021

Chalkbeat--With COVID relief money, schools across U.S. take on a bigger role in student mental health


Carolyn Thompson, Heather Hollingsworth, and Kalyn Belsha Nov 11, 2021, 7:00am EST

Education Dive--Report: More high schools offer computer science courses, but enrollment disparities persist


Anna Merod Associate Editor| Published Nov. 11, 2021

Edutopia--Guiding Older Students to Enter and Exit the Classroom Smoothly

After so much time out of school, middle and high school students may need multiple refreshers on classroom procedures.


Rachel Fuhrman| November 11, 2021