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Polis: Vaccinated teachers, students can skip masks if districts agree

News Today || EDU News: In light of new federal guidance, Gov. Jared Polis announced Friday that Colorado will phase…

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Report: NJ control of Camden schools didn’t lead to better test scores

News Today || EDU News: Standardized test scores for Camden City students have improved in recent years but a study…

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Will upgraded ventilation systems help draw Detroiters back to classrooms?

News Today || EDU News: The Detroit school district invested heavily in recent months to renovate its ventilation systems in…

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What do Chicago students say they most need? Counselors, school board seats, therapy dogs

News Today || EDU News: They are juniors and senior student leaders from Chicago’s South Side who witnessed those close…

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1 in 10 NYC students is homeless. I was one of them.

News Today || EDU News: In 2016, I felt like my world was collapsing. My two aunts, then my grandmother,…

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What Could University Statements Convey as a Response to Incidents of Racial/Ethnic Violence?

News Today || EDU News: May 14, 2021 | : The growing number of incidents of violence…

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No more snow days? Not so fast, says NYC teachers union

News Today || EDU News: New York City students weren’t the only ones upset about losing snow days next school…

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Kids as young as 12 can now get vaccinated. Will NYC public schools help get shots into arms?

News Today || EDU News: Now that children as young as age 12 are eligible for Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine, the…

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Philanthropies are no longer driving education policy

News Today || EDU News: Soon after the pandemic shuttered school buildings across the state, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo…

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NYC mayoral candidates take tricky school reopening test. Is anyone passing?

News Today || EDU News: This story was originally published on May 12 by THE CITY. With many public schools…

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