From the News Literacy Project.

Beefing up civics class isn't enough.

One coronavirus vaccine is now approved for those as young as 12 -- and one school district said it would require it.

Are we doing what's right for children?

"It’s not a leftist plot; it’s how school is supposed to work."

Enrollment grows in these schools despite a persistent lag in student performance as compared with brick-and-mortar schools, the report finds.

They have admitted it didn't go as well as they hoped.

'If there’s a pressing need for measurement, it’s in the reckoning of the social, emotional, and psychological toll of the last 12 months.'

"Public schools and the communities around them represent the kind of togetherness privatization advocates despise."

An April 4 report from the CBS newsmagazine on disparities in Florida’s vaccine rollout has touched off a wave of criticism questioning the piece.

It 'is disingenuous at best to frame the current reopening efforts as focusing on some vague notion of equity.'

Critics across the political spectrum — including teachers unions and Republican senators — are criticizing it.

By a teacher, who considers the worst but considers himself an optimist.

"What is at stake in a version of U.S. history that foregrounds the lives and experiences of Black Americans? Why would this prove so threatening that it requires laws to prevent students from encountering it at school?"

From the News Literacy Project.

A new book by former teacher and public policy scholar Tom Loveless tells the story.

How about starting by asking students and teachers what they gained and moving on from there?

He said policymakers need the testing data -- even as critics warn the tests will exacerbate educational inequities.

A coalition of unions, parents and an advocacy group filed a petition to the department asking that it issue direct guidance to school districts.

The results will exacerbate inequities and provide flawed data, they say.

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