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.
Competition is a beautiful thing—all the more so amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
WFLA reported that while some students were wearing face coverings, they were sitting close together, at times on the same seat.
The New York State Education Department released a memo allowing state school districts to eliminate snow days in favor of online learning.
A 17-year-old student from Long Island, New York was suspended for attending his first day of class in person instead of joining remotely as part of his school's hybrid teaching plan
"There are few places children go where a gun is not far away," study co-author Dr. Michael Nance told Newsweek.
At least 957 positive cases among students as well as 26 among faculty and staff have been reported, the university confirmed.
The school district's superintendent opted to postpone the game in the interest of keeping students safe, after the violent and racially motivated social media posts began circulating.
According to a press release from the Miami-Dade School Police, the student admitted to "orchestrating eight Disruptive Denial-of-Service cyber attacks, designed to overwhelm the district networks."
The students who attended the trip in Germany and others with whom they've been in contact have been quarantined.
Mum masks, decorating face coverings, could be preserved as treasured keepsakes of the 2020 Homecoming season
They took videos of themselves after finding out that a friend tested positive after a night out on the town.They said who they thought would test positive and why.
Schools across China reopened Tuesday, including all of the 2,842 educational institutions in Wuhan. Administrators are taking disease prevention measures such as temperature checks and routine disinfections.
A cartoon depicting a Black man being assaulted by white men throughout history, including police officers, while struggling to say the phrase "I can't breathe" proved controversial when it was included in an eighth grade classroom assignment in Texas.
The Texas English teacher has since been reinstated and is allowed to keep the posters in the virtual classroom.
The Chicago Board of Education on Wednesday voted 4-2, with one abstention, to approve one-year $12 million intergovernmental agreement the will keep Chicago Police Department officers inside 55 high schools until 2021.
The Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department in Washington was recently sued by a family from Lakewood, over a directive that requires all public and private schools in the county to begin the year with online learning.
"Never leave Chromebooks plugged in and unsupervised for long periods of time" a spokesperson for the school system warned.
Nearly 40 other students in Oklahoma were also quarantined last week after a middle school volleyball player tested positive.
The Wylie Independent School District previously apologized and pulled essay questions following the controversy.
Circuit Judge Charles Dodson said that Florida officials "have essentially ignored the requirement of school safety by requiring the statewide opening of brick-and-mortar schools" amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The superintendent suggested some parents could be sending their children to school while showing COVID-19-like symptoms or awaiting a test result.
In Mississippi, 71 of 82 counties have reported positive cases of the novel coronavirus within schools, according to state health officer Dr. Thomas Dobbs.
According to a statement from Superintendent Gregory Wyman, the district received an "overwhelming response" from staff saying they didn't feel it was safe to return to classrooms with students.
Nearly 66 percent of Florida residents would be in support of the issuing a new stay-at-home order, according to a new survey.
Just two days into the school year, at least 10 students were forced to quarantine for 14 days after a student experienced coronavirus symptoms.