REMINDER: Tune in today April 23rd to the Jordan Levy show to hear EAW President Roger Nugent at 3:30 pm. WTAG AM 580 – FM 94.9 [ Read More ]
Educators! Today, Wednesday, April 22, at 7pm, NEA Vice President, Becky Pringle will serve as a speaker during an important conversation focusing on how educators, parents, and students can respond and strengthen public education in this moment.
This important virtual town hall is hosted by the NAACP and BET and is part of a series of discussions that explore how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting the Black community. I invite you to join in. The conversation will be focusing on how educators, parents, and students can safeguard education.
You won’t want to miss this conversation on the pandemic and education featuring Marc Lamont Hill, Senator Elizabeth Warren, and Congresswoman Maxine Waters. RSVP here to tune in: https://bit.ly/34RrYVE
COVID-19 has radically changed how our educators are teaching, and how millions of students are learning. Physical buildings have been shut down, and many colleges and universities have halted campus operations.
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Schools in Massachusetts will remain closed for the rest of the school year, Gov. Charlie Baker announced Tuesday as coronavirus cases continued to surge in the state.
“All public and private schools will remain closed through the end of the school year. Remote learning will continue in all districts. This does not apply to residential special education schools,” Baker said. The governor said students cannot safely return to school and risk spreading COVID-19 to others.
The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education will launch a remote learning initiative to provide tools for teachers and students.
Baker recognized that closing schools will put added stress on seniors, who were looking forward to their final sports seasons, proms and graduation.
“To all the seniors, we would just say: ‘You should keep your heads up. The end of the year may not proceed as planned, but there will be, because there always are,