Educator News for 8/26/2021

New Mexico

State Developing 90-day Action Plans To Address Education Inequities according to


Culver City Unified To Require Students 12 And Older To Get COVID Vaccine according to CBS LA

Quarantined: A new law is disrupting California school reopenings according to Cal Matters


Nashville DA won’t prosecute teachers for requiring masks as school board explores legal challenge to executive order according to the Tennesean.

Nashville school board pledges to fight racism, white privilege amid critical race theory ban according to the Tennesean.


Texas parent rips mask off teacher’s face, superintendent says. Other parents yelled at another educator, demanding she take off her mask because they could not understand what she was saying, according to the Eanes Independent School District according to NBC NEW.


Illinois governor announces vaccine mandate for teachers and health care workers with testing opt-out according to CNN.


Most Parents Don’t Want Their Schools to Require COVID-19 Vaccination, But Most Favor Requiring Masks for Unvaccinated Children and Staff according to a survey by the Kaiser Foundation.

Educators Engage Students With Immersive Learning Tools according to Yahoo Finance.

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