Search results for “pandemic policies”
Christian Schools, Public Education
Christian educators, parents step up to help America’s students still reeling from COVID-19 pandemic

Students are experiencing anxiety and other mental health issues in record numbers, overwhelming the public school system. Christian educators and counselors are stepping in. “Our faculty is not… Read More

November 10, 2022
Culture, Public Education
Many Washington state students lost almost a year of math under COVID policies, per Harvard study

(The Center Square) – Research from a collaboration between Stanford University and Harvard University reveals that Washington State lost multiple months of learning in math and reading since 2019. Read More

November 1, 2022
National Microschooling Center launches, proving ‘modern one-room schoolhouse’ is no flash-in-the-pandemic phenomenon

(reimaginED) – It’s well documented that millions of parents turned to microschools as a result of campus shutdowns during the long Covid-19 nightmare. These nimble learning centers provided safe gathering… Read More

August 30, 2022
Public Education
CDC documents show it followed union wishes, not science, in its COVID-19 masking policies

Coordination between the CDC and labor unions, including teachers’ unions, over pandemic policy guidance was deeper than originally thought.  According to an internal calendar provided to Fox News Digital… Read More

June 9, 2022
Public Education
With measures to attract, retain teachers approved, some see other problematic policies

(The Center Square) – With the governor enacting measures to attract and retain teachers, critics say other policies are keeping teachers away. Gov. J.B. Pritzker, legislators and education professionals took… Read More

April 28, 2022
Culture, Legislation, Public Education
Parents, local education officials push back against Illinois’ public school policies

Shannon Adcock, Awake IL President, at the State Board of Education meeting on April 20 (via twitter). (The Center Square) – In what could be a top… Read More

April 25, 2022
Public Education
Report highlights cost of pandemic school closures, limited effectiveness of lockdowns

(The Center Square) – A working paper that examined how U.S. states responded to the COVID-19 pandemic found that states with strict lockdowns and other COVID-19 policies did little… Read More

April 13, 2022
Public Education
Missouri Test Scores Show Virtual Learning, Pandemic Had Detrimental Effect on Students

Missouri K-12 preliminary test scores from last year were just released by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE), showing the… Read More

September 16, 2021
Public Education
Omaha Public Schools survey reveals teachers, parents agree: Change is needed

Amid a search for a new superintendent, a survey from Omaha Public Schools reveals the community wants the school to go in a different direction. The results reflect similar concerns… Read More

June 7, 2023
Public Education
Students fail history and civics in latest national report card. CRT ‘civics crusaders’ blamed

Test scores for 8th graders on civics and history declined according to the test known as the Nation’s Report Card or NAEP, released Wednesday. It was the first… Read More

May 4, 2023