The Weekly Connect 10/13/20

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Here are some of the things we’ve been reading about this week:

U.S. Department of Education data reveals that Black girls are disciplined more often than their white peers.

Boston delays the next phase of in-person learning because of rising coronavirus infections.

Some students who struggled in school are successful with remote learning.

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The Weekly Connect 10/5/20

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Here are some of the things we’ve been reading about this week:

Wildfires trigger lingering trauma in California students.

Michigan invests stopgap funding for child care.

Remote learning is leaving students behind.

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The Weekly Connect 9/28/20

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Here are some of the things we’ve been reading about this week:

School counselors are struggling to support students.

West Coast schools help students with the trauma of facing wildfires and COVID-19.

The federal government will send schools millions of COVID-19 tests to help them stay open.

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The Weekly Connect 9/21/20

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Here are some of the things we’ve been reading about this week:

Schools with mostly Black and Latino students have been more likely to resume online instead of in-person.

Parents file lawsuits to block schools’ from requiring face masks.

New York City parents who are homeless say their children need more help preparing for the challenges of this school year.

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The Weekly Connect 9/14/20

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Here are some of the things we’ve been reading about this week:

An analysis of 375 school districts finds that rural communities are more likely to offer in-person learning opportunities this fall.

Because of COVID-19’s economic impact, public pre-K programs could face steep budget cuts.

Research and anecdotal evidence suggest that as schools struggle to provide free and reduced-price meals, students are going hungry.

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The Weekly Connect 9/8/20

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Here are some of the things we’ve been reading about this week:

COVID-19 is taking a toll on the Latinx community.

Parents are suing to reopen schools during the pandemic; teachers are suing over pandemic safety issues.

In the midst of the pandemic, teaching students social-emotional skills can help them focus on learning.

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The Weekly Connect 6/29/20

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Here are some of the things we’ve been reading about this week:

COVID-19 is harming many students’ academics and mental health.

More than 2,000 Massachusetts educators have received layoff or nonrenewal notices.

COVID-19 threatens the existence of millions of child care slots, which could make it hard for children to have high-quality early learning experiences and tough for parents to go to work.

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The Weekly Connect 6/22/20

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Here are some of the things we’ve been reading about this week:

Racial inequities harm American schoolchildren.

Bullying fades now that schools are online.

The U.S. Supreme Court’s DACA decision protects undocumented students.

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