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7-14-21 Education in the News

NJ Spotlight--As applications plunge, Newark schools face threat of lower enrollment

About 4,000 fewer students applied to traditional schools and most charter schools. But time remains to recruit students


Patrick Wall, Chalkbeat Newark | July 14, 2021 | Education, Coronavirus in NJ


NJ Spotlight--Off-season spike in respiratory virus sends NJ kids to hospitals

Respiratory Syncytial Virus, which usually spikes over the winter, reappears after people shed their masks


Brenda Flanagan, Senior Correspondent | July 13, 2021 | Coronavirus in NJ, Health Care


Star Ledger--Number of free meals given to N.J. kids last July tripled. Here’s how to find help regardless of income.


 Steve Strunsky | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com| Posted Jul 13, 2021


NY Times--New York City and California are sticking with their mask mandates in schools.


Alexandra E. Petri| July 13, 2021


NY Times--Schools Are Receiving $129 Billion in Stimulus Aid. Where Is It Going?

There’s money for summer schools, tutors and field trips, but other urgent needs will not be addressed.



Madeleine Ngo and Kate Taylor| July 13, 2021


NPR: Illinois Has Become The First State To Require The Teaching Of Asian American History


Deepa Shivaram| July 13, 202110:54 AM ET


Education Week--Kids Are Behind on Routine Vaccinations. Here’s What Schools Can Do About It


Arianna Prothero — July 09, 2021


Education Week--Tears, Politics, and Money: School Boards Become Battle Zones


The Associated Press — July 12, 2021 4 min read