|6-3-21 Education in the News|
NJ Spotlight--Troubled school construction agency needs supervision, report says
Schools Development Authority needs a series of reforms to guard against possible abuses, investigative panel says. Murphy and lawmakers must also act, it concluded
Star Ledger--N.J. might drop school mask requirements in fall. ‘Our minds are open,’ Murphy says.
Gene Meyers| June 3, 2021
Philadelphia Inquirer--Clayton model adopted around N.J. to help students cope with social and emotional needs
Clayton School Superintendent Nikolaos Koutsogiannis believes an intervention program addressing students' social emotional learning needs will help others in the state.
Melanie Burney | Updated Jun 2, 2021
NY Times--The Fight to Teach Asian American History
Amid national debates over critical race theory, some states are pushing for more diverse curriculums.
Education Week--Forbidding Remote Learning: Why Some Schools Won’t Offer a Virtual Option This Fall
Catherine Gewertz — June 01, 2021
Education Dive--Lessons In Leadership: 4 district leaders share advice for addressing burnout
As several spring resignations nationwide illustrate, the toll of an unprecedented year of disruption is being felt at all levels of K-12.
Roger Riddell| Published June 2, 2021
Garden State Coalition of Schools