|6-5-20 Education in the News|
NJ Spotlight--‘You Never Know How You Will Feel Until You Have a Gun Put to the Temple of Your Head’
New Jersey Education Commissioner Lamont Repollet recounts his personal experience of police profiling and harassment as a student
NJ Spotlight--State Board of Ed OKs New Teaching Standards for Climate Change, Sex Education
Revised standards on climate change sail through; long-standing resistance to sex-education revisions is underlined
Star Ledger--N.J. education department sends survey to parents asking about reopening schools
Education Week--Most Educators Want Schools to Stay Closed to Slow Spread of COVID-19
Education Dive--Report: Districts' summer plans show missed opportunities
On Wednesday, experts also advised a National Academies committee on reopening issues related to instruction, social-emotional learning and school operations.
Edutopia--Lessons on Culturally Responsive Teaching From Black Churches
White teachers seeking to grow in their cultural competence and better engage black students can learn from a mainstay of many black communities.
Rann Miller| June 4, 2020
Garden State Coalition of Schools