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Some educators are now wondering how the experiences of kids who have done better during remote learning can be applied to improve in-person learning in the future.

Remote learning has been a struggle and is expected to set back the learning gains of a generation of students - particularly children of color, kids from financially insecure families, and others - but a small number of students have done unexpectedly well. Read more»

President Joe Biden talks with Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III during a visit to the Pentagon, Washington, D.C., on Feb. 10, 2021.

With Arizona and seven other states so far prohibiting schools from levying mask requirements, President Joe Biden is pledging that his administration will use all of its oversight and legal authority to stick up for local officials trying to keep their schools safe. Read more»

School leaders are grappling with how to deliver special education services — and stay compliant with state and federal civil rights law — as governors shut down school buildings to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. Read more»