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How wearable trackers help with contact tracing

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As schools, colleges and universities navigate the new school year, teachers and administrators will be serving on the front lines of public health efforts to keep kids and communities safe from COVID-19 outbreaks. To do that, edu...

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How are our teachers faring during the pandemic?

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Imagine you’ve got a business, housed in the basement of a single building. A tremendous storm sweeps in, and the basement floods—standing water, four inches deep, Forbes reports. Some workers are asked to stay at their statio...

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6 tips to help districts bridge the equity divide

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The coronavirus pandemic has exposed historic equity gaps that have long plagued our schools and society. Schools have always served as a hub of support and aid to children, their families, and communities. At our district, the m...

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Reimagining the school help desk

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The impact of the pandemic on educational programming has created what will more than likely be fundamental and foundational changes to the traditional classroom environment. In general, the traditional classroom simply is not vis...

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Keeping COVID innovations even after the pandemic passes

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Hoover City Schools in suburban Birmingham, AL, was already one-to-one when the pandemic struck in March. And while its transition to remote learning in the spring was relatively painless, teachers and students continue to adjust ...

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How SEL and achievement lead to academic equity

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As schools reckon with academic equity, they’re often focused on academic progress. During the edWebinar Leading for Equity: Academic Development Through an Equity Lens, hosted by AASA, The Superintendents Association and AASA...

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