In the third school year disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, state education leaders are using the unprecedented federal investment to respond to ongoing impacts on the K-12 education system.
During the pandemic, the shortage of substitute teachers has become a crisis, prompting policymakers across the country to look for ways to alleviate the pressure on school systems.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread across the nation, its impact on all facets of society cannot be overstated. Schools and colleges continue to rethink delivery, scheduling, programs and…
A new day may be approaching for early care and education as Congress considers a reconciliation package that would inject approximately $390 billion into early childhood education (ECE) over six years….
Although many state responses to the COVID-19 pandemic have come via governors’ executive orders and state education agency guidance, this Policy Snapshot captures legislative examples from 17 states that address interrupted instruction.