|2-16-21 Education in the News|
NY Times--C.D.C. Draws Up a Blueprint for Reopening Schools
Amid an acrid national controversy, the agency proposed detailed criteria for returning students to classrooms.
Star Ledger--In-person schooling can be done safely, without teacher vaccinations, CDC says
Updated Feb 12, 2021; Posted Feb 12, 2021
Chalkbeat--New Jersey delays state tests, giving officials time to ‘explore all options’
Patrick Wall Feb 12, 2021, 9:46am EST
NJ Spotlight--Second wave of deadly post-COVID-19 illness targets kids in NJ
The Record--Time is running out to vaccinate teachers and reopen schools, Montclair leaders say
Julia Martin| NorthJersey.com| February 15, 2021
NPR--To Play, Or Not To Play: Schools Wrestle With CDC's Athletics Recommendations
Eda Uzunlar| February 13, 20215:04 AM ET
Education Week-- Miguel Cardona Takes Key Step Forward in Drama-Free Senate Committee Vote
Andrew Ujifusa — February 11, 2021 1 min read
Education Dive--What's behind The 1619 Project controversy?
The Hechinger Report--How much will it take to reopen, catch up kids, and save public schooling long term?
Azure Gilman| February 12, 2021
The Hechinger Report--To test or not to test? Educators weigh the value of standardized testing during a pandemic
The children most likely to have lost ground, low income students and students of color, are also those most likely to skip tests, which could leave schools with dangerously dubious data
Kelly Field February 12, 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