The Los Angeles school district is set to unfold a gradual and partial reopening plan on Tuesday, one that was heavily influenced by teachers union demands that led to a delayed start date and limited live instructional time — and also by strict safety imperatives shared by both the district
President Joe Biden pledged to reopen the majority of elementary and middle schools for in-person learning in the first 100 days of his administration. Now, the White House has clarified that it considers a school open if it offers students in-person instruction at least one day a week – a
Public school closures since the coronavirus pandemic erupted last March have done tremendous harm to schoolchildren — to their educational progress, social skills, and even mental health. President Biden’s nominee for secretary of education, Miguel Cardona, inherits a thankless but necessary task: using the power of the federal government to
California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s office launched a website titled the Safe Schools for All Hub on Thursday to provide transparency, accountability and guidance for schools reopening for in-person learning amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The hub will provide information about safety measures for schools using in-person instruction and will be regularly