Does your college’s COVID-19 dashboard make the grade?| January 13, 2021
A team of university leaders are not only giving out grades for pandemic sites but urging institutions to share information to help communities across the U.S….
How Singapore kept COVID-19 off campus| January 11, 2021
Following the government’s lead, universities in Singapore, a semi-authoritarian city-state of almost 6 million people, have taken a top-down approach to managing the coronavirus…
Schools Turned to Outdoor Learning for Safe, Equitable Instruction in 2020. They Don‘t Have to Go Back.| January 4, 2021
2020 will be recorded in the history books as a year of deep tragedies, inequities and heartache. We hope it will also be remembered as the year education broke free of the four walls of our school buildings and embraced the healthy, fresh air outside…
When teachers brought free lunch to kids amid COVID-19, they saw poverty up close| January 3, 2021
First-grade teacher Shiela Garland had long known that 100% of students in Arizona’s Stanfield Elementary School District, where she has taught for 16 years, ate free meals…
Inside One N.Y.C. School That Reopened During the Pandemic| December 18, 2020
Should schools be open in the United States while the pandemic is still raging? Elected officials, educators, unions, public health experts, parents and students have been debating this for months…
16 Charts that Changed the Way We Thought About America’s Schools This Year| December 15, 2020
Never before has the American education system been put under a microscope — sometimes literally — the way it was in 2020….
The clock is ticking on COVID survival| December 9, 2020
A higher ed consultant offers advice on how universities and colleges can rethink and reboot their operational models to help their institutions achieve long-term success….
Where to find guidance on reopening safely as COVID spreads| December 7, 2020
Web series covers how COVID-19 is transmitted in schools and how to implement public health mitigation strategies…
As Students Return, New England Colleges Are Seen As Models Of Testing And COVID Control| December 7, 2020
Thousands of college students have returned to the Boston area after the Thanksgiving break and they pose a risk of carrying COVID-19 infections with them…
A distinctive response to COVID-19 in higher education| December 5, 2020
Compared to the United States, the United Kingdom and many European countries, Japan’s government appears to have imposed more restrictive regulations on higher education institutions…