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This article was written by Jackie Salo of The New York Post on November 18, 2021. Several schools in Kenosha, Wisconsin, have shifted to virtual learning in anticipation of possible unrest over a verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial Thursday, as jurors were set to return to court for the third day of deliberations. Five […]

This article was written and published by HeraldLIVE on November 17, 2021. In SA, the right to basic education is entrenched in the constitution. While those few words are well known, it offers very little comfort to the hundreds of parents battling to find a place for their children with special needs. One Nelson Mandela Bay […]

This article was written by Avi Wolfman-Arent of Chalkbeat Philadelphia on November 16, 2021. With a potentially trying winter ahead, Pennsylvania school officials are touting the early success of school reopenings. This fall, many districts across the state — including in Philadelphia — offered five days a week of in-person instruction for the first time […]

This interview was hosted by Scott Simon of Alabama Public Radio on November 13, 2021. Many students and teachers recently got a four-day weekend. Several large school districts from Seattle to Wake County, N.C., decided to cancel classes yesterday, the Friday after Veteran’s Day. Well, districts gave different reasons. Many reported widespread burnout among teachers. […]

This article was written by Natasha Mascarenhas of TechCrunch on November 13, 2021. I have a theory. The debate around accreditation in education often focuses on two extremes: the people who don’t believe in the necessity of a four-year degree and the people who think accreditation, and an Ivy-laden stamp of approval, is the only […]

This article was written by Franczek P.C. of Education Week on November 8, 2021. In this second blog post in our series on the OSERS Question and Answerdocument on IDEA requirements related to returning to in-person instruction, we are focusing on two questions relevant to this time of transition and uncertainty. (Our first post highlighted the […]

This article was written by Leo Adkins of the Sunday Vision on November 6, 2021. 15% of the entire globe is experiencing either one or another form of disability. 80% of these marginalized groups are from developing countries. The challenges of the specially-abled people are many but most of the outcomes of the hurdle that […]