Districts are in limbo with deadlines for next school year bearing down on them.
The Biden administration is marking the International Transgender Day of Visibility on Thursday with a series of measures in support of transgender Americans as they face efforts to curb their rights across the country.
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The third and final piece of COVID pandemic relief funding is headed to Illinois schools.
For each of the past four days, Western New York has reported more than 1,000 new Covid-19 cases per day on a seven-day rolling average.
New cases, measured as a seven-day average, are up 276% since Oct. 9 and are twice as high now than at Western New York’s previous high in April.
The data suggest the pandemic is well-controlled in the region, despite rising case counts across much of the country and some of the state.
JOHNSTON — Gov. Kim Reynolds said Thursday efforts were proceeding for Iowa schools to resume primarily with in-person learning, but she acknowledged instruction might have to be temporarily moved online because of changing COVID-19 realities.
TRENTON — All students must have the option to learn remotely in the fall, and schools must set clear procedures for families on how that will happen, according to guidance released Friday by the state Department of Education.
TRENTON — A five-bill package to create more mental health services for New Jersey students was introduced this week in the state Assembly by Majority Leader Louis Greenwald.
TRENTON — Parents and caregivers will be allowed to opt out of in-person education and choose all remote learning for their children in the fall, Gov. Phil Murphy announced during his 97th coronavirus briefing Monday.
TRENTON – New Jersey’s assistant commissioner for the Department of Education’s finance division will temporarily fill the role of Commissioner Lamont Repollet starting Thursday, Gov. Phil Murphy said Wednesday.
TRENTON — Teachers and staff in masks, more cleaning and disinfecting, and rearranged classrooms will be among the changes in place when New Jersey’s public and nonpublic schools reopen this fall, according to guidance released by the Department of Education on Friday.
The number of positive cases of COVID-19 in New Jersey has increased by 524, bringing the total to 170,584, Gov. Phil Murphy said Friday.
With just two months to plan for the reopening of school buildings for the 2020-21 school year, districts say they have had their hands tied on planning as they are still awaiting guidance from the state on what going back to the classroom will look like during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Special education officials around the state said they won’t make New Jersey’s most vulnerable student population guinea pigs for a school reopening plan, even though the need for in-person instruction in some students’ cases is desperate.
ROBBINSVILLE — New Jersey high school sports on Friday received a glimmer of hope for their return from the COVID-19 pandemic.
NORTHFIELD — Property owners here will see a 7.63 cent increase per $100 of assessed property value on their local tax bill to support the pre-K to eighth grade school district for the upcoming year.
Throughout New Jersey, educators, parents and school boards are wondering just what school will look like in September as the state remains under a public health emergency due to COVID-19.
Longtime South Jersey educator Doug Cervi will take the helm of the state’s Commission on Holocaust Education.