Covid-19 EDU News for 9/1/2021

Global

Bay View Analytics is proud to have partnered with the Clayton Christensen Institute on a groundbreaking study, Carpe Diem: Convert pandemic struggles into student-centered learning. The report details how the COVID-19 pandemic is changing K-12 education, and how the lessons learned from the pandemic response can drive a continuing transition according to PR Newswire.

United States

COVID-19 Spurs School Choice Legislation according to The 74

Maryland

Maryland lawmakers, education officials discuss COVID prevention efforts in schools according to the Capital Square.

Colorado

COVID-19 outbreak in Denver school forces remote learning until Sept. 13 according to 9News.com

Tennessee

Tennessee to relaunch online dashboard tracking COVID-19 cases in school districts according to the Memphis Commercial Appeal

TN Education Commissioner allows temporary virtual learning waivers for individual schools, classrooms as COVID cases spike according to WRKN.com

Oklahoma

Oklahoma Dept. of Education to officially receive civil rights investigation following compliance of mask mandate prohibition law according to KFOR.com

North Carolina

Some NC school districts temporarily stop in-person classes again due to COVID surge according to the News & Observer

Cooper signs law that says school boards must vote each month if they require face masks according to the News & Observer

Kentucky

Could JCPS return to virtual learning? How do school quarantines work? Here’s what to know according to the Courier Journal

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