West Virginia and Kentucky are the only two states where in-person learning is currently prohibited statewide at all public and private schools.
"We weren't consulted, and this is making us very uneasy about the health and safety of our students," said New York City teacher Jia Lee.
"We need to get the school system open. We set a particularly stringent standard," said New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.
As cases rise across the U.S., Tennessee schools remain open, there is no statewide mask mandate and no official limits on Thanksgiving gatherings.
Unlike wide swaths of data labeling kids "asymptomatic," a new study finds two-thirds of children were experiencing symptoms prior to testing positive for COVID-19.
All public schools in New York City will cease in-person teaching for at least two weeks—but the restrictions don't apply to charter, private or religious schools.
GOP Governor Doug Burgum said religious services were a "common sense" exception while announcing a new state-wide mask requirement Friday night.
In the past week, Iowa reported the third-highest number of cases per capita in the country, according to the CDC.
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Kaidence Lyons was left with a broken hand, as well as head and knee injuries after the incident at Clear Creek High School in League City, her mother said.
Steven Arauz was dismissed from his $49,000-a-year position at Forest Lake Education Center shortly after featuring in an article published by online news site Gays With Kids.
The Florida school worker spent 31 days in an intensive care unit before she died earlier this month.
The 17-year old student was asked by a teacher to take down the flag or leave the class. After the teacher told him for a second time, he left the online class.
Overall, 52 percent of Pennsylvania voters trust Joe Biden more to handle the pandemic, while 32 percent trust President Donald Trump on the issue, according to a recent poll.
The video, involving students from a high school in Florida, appear to show a boy using a racial slur.
While a few districts immediately had remote learning up and running last spring, the shift cost students days of instruction.
The third-grade teacher was reported to have died two weeks after the school announced a student tested positive for the virus.
Following the ruling, one school district decided its K-4 students would not no longer need to wear masks while in classrooms.
The university teacher in Belgium resumed the in-person lesson "to allow the students social contact."
"Currently, 15 students have tested positive and 165 are quarantined. These numbers represent 35% of the total enrollment at the middle school," Long Beach School District Superintendent Jay Smith wrote in the letter. "These numbers represent 35% of the total enrollment at the middle school."
Alaska, Wyoming, Montana, Wisconsin, West Virginia and Missouri have the "highest overall likelihood of COVID-19 infections," a study has found.
The boy was reported to have been evaluated by nurses and placed in a containment room before his mother arrived at the school.
"Being in a physical school environment is vital for our kids for their physical well-being, their emotional and mental health and also nutrition services," Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar said.
Larry Bergner, administrator of the Newton County Health Department which serves the four districts, worried about potential mental health effects as a result of being kept at home and a lack of food in some students' homes.
A high school teacher in Wisconsin was the latest to die following COVID-19 infection.
The challenge of educating during a national crisis has long plagued contexts of war and displacement.
The mayor of Attleboro has called out an "egregious violation" of trust after one student attended school knowing they had coronavirus, forcing 29 others to stay at home for two weeks.
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A poll released Tuesday found that 86 percent of teachers purchased personal protective equipment for their own use during the COVID-19 pandemic, while 11 percent bought it for their students to use.
Officials with the New York City Department of Education, which manages the City School District, said that 42 percent of students are enrolled in all-remote learning ahead of the start of the school year.