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11/23/20 — Superintendent, Prince William County Public Schools, Prince William County, VA 11/20/20 — Executive Director, Collaborative for Educational Services, Northampton, MA 11/18/20 — Data Management Fellow, Transcend Education, Flexible (Domestic...

source: ALAS

The teacher shortage is real, complex and concerning — especially in high-demand specialty areas such as special education, math and science, English as a second language and foreign language. This comes as no surprise, as many reports indicate low enrollment in these...

source: District Administration Magazine

Rapidly rising coronavirus cases nationwide and upcoming holiday travel plans could be the perfect storm to trigger COVID-19 spikes among students and teachers. That possibility is putting principals, school district leaders and...

source: Education Week

Schools around the world quickly pivoted to online learning when COVID-19 struck. Distance learning remains...

source: By Bambi Majumdar

A dozen states used CARES Act funding to help the families of K-12 students purchase Wi-Fi-enabled devices, hotspots or both, new research shows. Ohio, for instance, set aside $50 million in relief funds for the state's Broadband Ohio Connectivity grant which provides...

source: District Administration Magazine


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