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Where Are They? Students Go Missing in Shift to Remote Classes Where Are They? Students Go Missing in Shift to Remote Classes
As school shutdowns extend nationwide, educators are finding that some of their students have simply disappeared and efforts to reach their families are coming up short. Read more.
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7 Steps to Supporting Your Intervention Team
Allocating time and resources to building out your intervention team can yield big rewards. Moving teachers past the “it’s just one more thing on my plate” attitude is critical to success. It is important to customize your professional development to the needs of your schools and district. Read more.

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The Coronavirus Just Might End School Privatization Nonsense The Coronavirus Just Might End School Privatization Nonsense
The pandemic has boosted appreciation for public schools; the next step is greater funding, argues education historian and activist Diane Ravitch. Read more.
6 Tips for Teaching Remotely Over the Long Haul of the Coronavirus
The principal of a middle school in Hong Kong shares invaluable lessons for how to make remote learning work effectively over the long haul. Read more.

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Sora reading app connects Harlandale ISD & SAPL
Find out how Sora enables Harlandale students to access titles from not only the district’s digital collection but also ebooks and audiobooks from the San Antonio Public Library – essentially doubling their access to reading. Download Whitepaper

Trump Says He Could Overrule a Governor to Keep Schools Closed, But Prefers Not to Trump Says He Could Overrule a Governor to Keep Schools Closed, But Prefers Not to
Asked whether he would order Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis to keep schools closed amid the coronavirus pandemic, Trump said he wanted to respect constitutional considerations but added he had the "right" to overrule governors. Read more.
Map: Coronavirus and School Closures
Track where schools are closed and their status for reopening. Read more.

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