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Available in: English | Arabia **AMMAN, January 19, 2022 **— Schools should be the last sector to close and the first to open to prevent a learning loss that could affect children in years to come, UN leaders have urged organizations and the World Bank in Jordan today. All agencies and the World Bank commended […]

January 9, 2022

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Tags: call, COVID, education, equitable, groups, Justice, Safe, schooling, surge

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Categories: Special needs education

A dozen local social and educational justice organizations have made a statement on “fair and safe education” during the Covid-19 bumps. The organizations are alarmed by the unprecedented and rising number of Covid cases being reported from schools and are calling for a mixed approach to reopening schools. The organizations are calling for both personal […]

January 6, 2022

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Tags: advocates, call, Choice, education, historic, Year

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BY BETHANY BLANKLEYTHE EMPLOYEE IN THE CENTER SQUARE (The Center Square) – With school districts in the US starting or considering distance learning due to a surge in COVID-19 cases in 2022, parents now have more options as 22 states expanded or launched school election initiatives in 2021. That’s a silver lining, say proponents, as […]

October 3, 2021

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Tags: board, call, deserve, education, Louis, members, Newspapers, Reader, respect

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Categories: Special needs education

About the editor: I recently watched the video of the Mehlville Board of Education meeting on June 24th and was appalled by the comments at the end. This unpaid board of directors does their best to formulate science-based guidelines to ensure quality education and protect our children, teachers, and the community, while at the same […]

June 28, 2021

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Tags: advocates, boost, call, education, mayor, NYC, prek, salaries, special, teacher

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Categories: Special needs education

Sign up for our PoliticsNY newsletter for the latest coverage and stay informed of the 2021 elections in your district and across NYC Nearly 100 education advocacy groups sent a joint letter last week asking Mayor Bill de Blasio to address the shortage of preschooler places in special education by keeping the salaries of special […]