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Omicron and recent climate-related disasters have emphasized the need for educational advanced planning.

Whether it’s a pandemic or climate change, the future of education looks like disruption - and by accepting that the COVID-19 virus is going to be a constant, school districts can innovate and prepare for a multitude of unknowns, including disaster. Read more»

Before the pandemic, a growing number of parents, educators and advocates criticized how students were tested and the importance placed on statewide tests - now, experts on both sides of the debate say this is the moment to reconsider testing. Read more»

Only a third of those without broadband access blame a lack of infrastructure; the remaining two thirds without access say they can’t afford it.

High-speed internet at home is a necessity for American families - however, 28.2 million U.S. households lack what has become a basic need, and issues around broadband affordability disproportionately affect low-income, Black, and Latinx communities. Read more»