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12-1-21 Education in the News

Star Ledger--‘Nothing in the cards’ for new COVID lockdowns or mandates in N.J. as worry grows over omicron variant, Murphy says


Matt Arco|Updated: Dec. 01, 2021, 7:18 a.m. | Published: Nov. 30, 2021, 3:44 p.m.

Insider NJ--Sweeney Condemns Decision by Federal Education Officials


Insider NJ | November 30, 2021, 7:04 pm | in Caucus Room

MyCentralJersey.com--North Hunterdon book ban controversy enters another chapter


Cheryl Makin| MyCentralJersey.com| December 1, 2021

Asbury Park Press--The latest anti-COVID vaccine mandate protest tool for Shore parents: Shoes


Joe Strupp| Asbury Park Press| December 1, 2021


NY Times--While Politics Consume School Board Meetings, a Very Different Crisis Festers

In a wealthy suburban Philadelphia district, schools are struggling with shortages of all sorts. Behavioral problems have mushroomed. “We are in triage mode,” one teacher said.


Campbell Robertson| December 1, 2021


Education Week--School Shootings This Year: How Many and Where


Education Week’s 2021 School Shooting Tracker| March 01, 2021 | Corrected: November 30, 2021 | Updated: November 30, 2021 3 min read


Chalkbeat--What we know about the shooting at a Michigan high school


Ethan Bakuli and Lori Higgins Nov 30, 2021, 5:37pm EST


Education Dive—Opinion:Turning school boards into partisan battlegrounds benefits no one

Communities need to set higher expectations for school boards while equipping those elected to meet them, according to two veteran board members.


By Ethan Ashley and Carrie Douglass| Published Nov. 30, 2021