Articles (260)

This article was written by Michael Elsen-Rooney of New York Daily News and published by EdWeek on October 8, 2021. New York City officials are phasing out the controversial “Gifted and Talented” program for elementary school students, a massive change aimed at addressing racial disparities in the biggest school system in the country. The entry […]

This article was written by Rebecca Collins-Nelsen, J. Marshall Beier, and Sandeep Raha and published by Bradford Today with permission from The Conversation on October 10, 2021. The COVID-19 pandemic has provoked a public debate about the value of learning online for elementary school students. Much of this dialogue has been negative, with a focus […]

This article was written by the News Editor and Partners of KRWG Public Media on October 11, 2021.   The number of educator vacancies has nearly doubled over the past year in New Mexico, and one of the largest areas in need of teachers is special education, according to the 2021 New Mexico Educator Vacancy Report […]

This article was written by Bailey McCallister of The Vanderbilt Hustler on October 9, 2021. On Sept. 28, Vanderbilt announced a partnership between Peabody College and Metro Nashville Public Schools (MNPS) with goals of researching and providing support to administrators as a vessel to address the racial and social inequities ingrained in the MNPS system.   “The roots […]

This article was written by Katherine Fling of Newsweek on October 5, 2021. For more than a year, millions of American children were forced to pivot to online learning as schools across the nation shuttered during the coronavirus pandemic. Remote classes brought a multitude of challenges, ranging from computer and broadband internet access to dramatic […]

This article was written by Kyle Englander of KNOE News 8 on October 4, 2021. Monroe City Schools is delaying adding cameras to special education classrooms despite a new state law requiring it. In June, Governor John Bel Edwards signed a bill requiring cameras in special education classrooms if a parent requests one. A parent […]

This article was written by Perry Stein of The Washington Post on October 4, 2021. The Bowser administration continued to feud with the D.C. Council this weekend over which students should qualify to remain home and continue with virtual learning this year. Six weeks into the academic year, Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) has remained firm […]

This article was written by Anna Lonnquist, Stephen Bradley and MC Claverie of Boston College Heights on October 3, 2021. The 2021–22 academic year has brought many changes across Boston College’s campus. As new and returning students prepared for a more normal year of college with significantly fewer COVID-19 restrictions, professors prepared to take on their […]