7-9-20 Education in the News
The Atlantic--A First Draft of a History-Textbook Entry for the Year 2020 A historian imagines the chapter high schoolers might read one day about this momentous time...'

NPR--When It Comes To Reopening Schools, 'The Devil's In The Details,' Educators Say...'

Education Week--Will Kindergartens Be Empty This Fall?...'

Education Week--White House to States: Reopen School Buildings or Risk Additional Relief Funds...'

Education Dive--Pitting mental health against safety, national leaders point to SEL in school reopening debate...'

Edutopia--On Standardized Tests, Students Face an ‘Online Penalty’...'

The Atlantic--A First Draft of a History-Textbook Entry for the Year 2020

A historian imagines the chapter high schoolers might read one day about this momentous time.

https://www.theatlantic.com/family/archive/2020/07/history-textbook-entry-year-2020/613885/

James West Davidson| July 9, 2020

 

NPR--When It Comes To Reopening Schools, 'The Devil's In The Details,' Educators Say

https://www.npr.org/2020/07/09/888878030/when-it-comes-to-reopening-schools-the-devil-s-in-the-details-educators-say

Anya Kamenetz| July 9, 20205:00 AM ET

 

Education Week--Will Kindergartens Be Empty This Fall?

https://www.edweek.org/ew/articles/2020/07/07/will-kindergartens-be-empty-this-fall.html

Christina A. Samuels| July 7, 2020

 

Education Week--White House to States: Reopen School Buildings or Risk Additional Relief Funds

http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/campaign-k-12/2020/07/trump-rielief-funding-school-reopening-covid.html

Evie Blad on July 8, 2020 3:44 PM

 

Education Dive--Pitting mental health against safety, national leaders point to SEL in school reopening debate

Schools' ability to provide mental health support is taking center stage as some say it's not immediately feasible, while others say there is a middle ground.

Naaz Modan @NaazModan| July 8, 2020

 

Edutopia--On Standardized Tests, Students Face an ‘Online Penalty’

Switching from paper to online standardized tests caused significant drops in students’ scores—and vulnerable students were hurt the worst.

https://www.edutopia.org/article/standardized-tests-students-face-online-penalty

Youki Terada| July 8, 2020