Students in two residence halls at CSU are under mandatory quarantine orders that limit students from leaving the buildings.
The boy was reported to have been evaluated by nurses and placed in a containment room before his mother arrived at the school.
The Iowa City School District has placed the teacher on leave after the assignment was posted on social media.
Broward County Public Schools are expected to begin in person on October 5, but teachers are expected to go back in-person or take a leave of absence.
The college's board of trustees voted unanimously to change the building's name, after it was discovered that the man it was named after had allegedly been a member of the Ku Klux Klan.
The New York State Education Department released a memo allowing state school districts to eliminate snow days in favor of online learning.
Texas schools are not required to teach any form of sexual education, but those that opt-in will be required to promote abstinence-only guidelines as well as a complete evasion of any LGBTQ discussion.
Petitions have been set up both in favor of and in opposition to a high school assistant principal who yelled "f**k the police" at a Rochester, New York, protest Friday evening.
Fayette County Schools came under fire after a fifth-grade class assignment on police violence and racial injustice was shared on Facebook.
Several K-12 teachers said much of the joy they received from personal interaction with students has been undermined or eliminated by teaching through a computer screen.
Students at colleges across the U.S. are petitioning their schools to reduce tuition costs for online-only courses, accusing admins of exploiting unused fees and operating like "capitalist businesses."
Bryce Latimer still wore his school uniform to his first day of school in his awesome home classroom that looks just like a real first-grade class.
Health and public policy faculty members wrote a column in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution newspaper criticizing the college's handling of COVID-19.
Education and health officials in Texas are deciding whether or not to collect and publicly release COVID-19 infection data in schools, the paper said Tuesday.
Reddick said she felt compelled to write the obituary after realizing that although she may not actually die from COVID-19 - at least one teacher in Florida likely will after students return on August 20.
An Arizona superintendent said his decision between opening schools safely or risking the loss of funding is like having a gun to his head.
"Nothing in the law gives health authorities the power to indiscriminately close schools," Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said Tuesday.
A majority of K-12 teachers said they prefer to work remotely even after pandemic restrictions are lifted.
Missouri Governor Mike Parson said he is certain kids returning to schools will get infected with coronavirus, but they'll also "get over it" by resting at home for a few days.
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"[The next stimulus package] will make sure moms and dads don't have to worry about the safety of their children who are going back to schools," said White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows.
"They don't care that children, parents and teachers will inevitably get sick," a teacher in Green Bay, Wisconsin said.