|2-12-21 Education in the News|
NJ Spotlight--Op-Ed: Training next-generation NJ pediatricians to address effects of childhood trauma
Star Ledger--Most N.J. schools remain on ‘high’ COVID alert, but 2 regions drop to ’moderate’ for the first time in weeks
Inquirer--A debate in the Philly suburbs on bringing more students back to classrooms is ‘as political as the presidential election’
Maddie Hanna, Posted: February 12, 2021- 5:00 AM
NY Times--Biden Trims Ambitions on School Reopening Pledge
As the White House struggles to flesh out President Biden’s promise to reopen schools within 100 days, aides have found themselves steadily lowering expectations.
Erica L. Green| Feb. 11, 2021
Washington Post--My great-grandmother Ida B. Wells left a legacy of activism in education. We need that now.
The gap in education equality is holding America back.
Michelle Duster| Feb. 11, 2021 at 6:00 a.m. EST
The Atlantic--How W. E. B. Du Bois Changed Black Childhood in America
Mainstream culture denied Black children their humanity—so he made a magazine to assert it.
Anna Holmes| February 12, 2021
Education Dive--How are schools remaining IDEA compliant during COVID-19?
Despite challenges, districts have worked to communicate effectively with parents, document efforts and use early dispute resolution approaches throughout the pandemic.
Edutopia--Schools, Not Teachers, Must Reduce Stress and Burnout—Here’s How
Educators’ health and well-being should be prioritized in school culture; school leaders can help create the conditions for that.
Sarah Gonser| February 11, 2021
The Hechinger Report--OPINION: Resuming universal standardized testing in America’s public schools would be ‘foolhardy’
How and when to assess the pandemic’s consequences on student learning
Aaron Pallas February 12, 2021
Garden State Coalition of Schools