CDC Endorses “Test-To-Stay” Policies in Schools

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky spoke from the White House on Friday, updating new guidelines that the her agency recommends. The CDC released…

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Proclamation on American Education Week

President Biden addresses investment in public education. Official Proclamation from President Joseph R. Biden For American educators and parents as students continue to recover from their pandemic interrupted…

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Student Mental Health Receives Federal Focus

Education and Justice Departments seek to safeguard students’ mental health in pandemic’s wake. This week, in honor of World Mental Health Day, the Education Department’s Office for Civil…

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Education Secretary Minimizes Parents’ Decisions

Not the “primary stakeholders” in children’s education.  In testimony before the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee, Education Secretary Miguel Cardona said that parents of school-aged children…

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Education Secretary Supports Vaccine Mandates

He asks states to “make sure it happens.” Miguel Cardona, Secretary of Education, voiced his support for mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations for eligible schoolchildren saying the FDA’s full approval…

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Thousands of K-12 Students’ Information Breached

Senator Blackburn calls on the Department of Education to do something about identity theft risks. Senator Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee has requested the U.S. Department of Education enhance…

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Supreme Court Will Hear Religious Schools Case

Case involves a Maine law that bars taxpayer money for tuition in religious institutions. On Friday, the Supreme Court justices agreed to hear an appeal by families with…

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Education Secretary Expects Schools to Reopen this Fall

About 60% of schools currently meeting partially online.  On Thursday, Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona said he believes that all students would be able to return to in-person…

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CDC Adjusts School Safety Guidelines

Students only need to sit 3 feet apart. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced on Friday that students returning to the classroom would be able…

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CDC Cites Evidence in Recommending Schools Open

Studies from the United States and around the world show similar data. This week the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a paper that agrees with researchers…

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