Posts Tagged
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September 1, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: Albemarle, buildings, disabilities, education, Mask, policy, Students

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Categories: Special needs education

“As well as the reasoning was meant, it was not an approved exception,” he said. “It made us aware of the need to be more consistent in the way we clarified and monitored the mask requirement. If there is any difference this year, it is that the policy is followed as it is written. “ […]

FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – Members of the Broward School Committee met Tuesday to discuss sanctions from Florida Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran for the county’s face-covering policy. On Monday, the Florida Department of Education followed up its threat to withhold monthly salaries from school board members who violated Governor Ron DeSantis’s ban on mask mandates, despite […]

BOSTON (CBS) – The Board of Elementary and Secondary Education is holding a special session Tuesday morning where they will decide whether to give State Education Commissioner Jeffrey Riley authority to institute a universal school mask mandate. The mandate would apply to all K-12 public schools, as well as all teachers and staff. The mandate […]

Education Minister Miguel Cardona says federal funds cannot be blocked on school districts that opt ​​for a mask mandate in states where a governor is pushing against such moves. Politico: States can’t block federal funding for districts that mandate masks, education minister says Public schools that want to introduce rules on mask mandates cannot be […]

August 11, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: Arizona, Debate, education, Mask, Parents, special, Students, Worry

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Categories: Special needs education

When COVID-19 forced thousands of families in Arizona to drop and drop off distance learning last school year, Sadie Derton struggled through the difficult and often desperate job of overseeing her two children’s online classes. That year, Derton was ready to leave all of that behind and resume personal schooling for her two sons – […]

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA / KFTA) – The natural state reports another day of thousands of new COVID-19 cases and the Department of Education releases new COVID-19 guidelines for the coming school year as Governor Asa Hutchinson rethinks a law banning state and local masking requirements. “The time for talks is over,” said State Senator Jim […]