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9-16-21 Education in the News

NJ Spotlight (Video)--Murphy versus Ciattarelli: The state of education 

NJ SPOTLIGHT NEWS | SEPTEMBER 16, 2021 | EDUCATIONNJ DECIDES 2021 

 

Star Ledger--6 outbreaks reported at N.J. schools where kids or teachers caught COVID at school 

Kelly Heyboer | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com| Updated: Sep. 15, 2021, 2:38 p.m. | Published: Sep. 15, 2021, 2:17 p.m. 

 

Press of Atlantic City (Editorial)-Our view: NJ strengthens its penalties for hazing and mandates school policies 

September 16, 2021 

 

NY Times--Will the Bus Driver Ever Come? Or the Substitute Teacher or Cafeteria Worker? 

Just weeks into the new year, schools are struggling to fill jobs. Low pay, few benefits and erratic schedules are keeping workers away. 

Giulia Heyward| September 16, 2021 

 

NY Times--Emily Oster, the Brown economist, is launching a new data hub on schools and the pandemic. 

The hub could eventually help measure the pandemic’s broad impact on children and the education system itself. 

Dana Goldstein| September 15, 2021 

 

Education Week--Are We Asking Schools to Do Too Much? 

If not, they aren’t getting the money they need, period 

Mark Lieberman| September 14, 2021 

 

Education Dive--Could Biden's vaccine mandate exacerbate school staff shortages? 

The extent to which districts will be impacted by the new rule could vary depending on several factors. 

Naaz ModanReporter| Published Sept. 14, 2021 

 

The Hechinger Report--Helping science teachers tackle misinformation and controversial topics  

A program is training teachers how to talk about the pandemic, vaccines and masks in places where the science is up for debate 

JAVERIA SALMAN September 16, 2021