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CDC Clarifies '15-Minute Rule' for Social Distancing
The new guidance has implications for the "COVID shuffle" used in some schools to avoid putting students in contact with one another continuously for 15 minutes.
How Should District Leaders Respond to Rising COVID-19 Rates in States?
Experts argue prevention can go a long way to protect schools as state COVID-19 infection rates rise, but research suggests many communities won't be able to safely learn in person.
Can Multi-Tiered Systems of Support Adapt to Remote Learning?
Federal Civil Rights Data Finds Rise in Reported Sexual Assaults
Keeping Dual Credit Programs From Widening Gaps They're Meant to Close
How Can Video Lessons Affect Learning for the Youngest Students?
Pre-COVID Learning Inequities Were Already Large Around the World