Hundreds of colleges have confirmed that they will continue to use AP scores as they have in the past, says the College Board's Trevor Packer.
Meant as a short-term relief measure, the federal CARES Act won't cover expenses for schools to recover from the COVID-19 crisis, says Georgetown economist Nora Gordon.
How are teachers and education leaders dealing with the coronavirus? Former superintendent Josh Starr shares what he's heard
I recently talked to Carissa Moffat Miller about how states are handling school shutdowns resulting from COVID-19.
I recently talked to Duncan Klussmann about the challenges coronavirus has presented for school system leaders.
I recently chatted with ed. finance guru Marguerite Roza about what the coronavirus and subsequent recession might mean for schools.
RHSU favorite Michael Sonbert has a few thoughts on how educational leaders can square up to the challenges of coronavirus that are worth sharing.
I recently talked to Nat Malkus about his new nationally representative survey that tracks school district responses to the coronavirus.
I recently talked to Julia Rafal-Baer, the COO of Chiefs for Change, about how districts and systems are dealing with the challenges of coronavirus.
I recently talked with Carrie Conaway, Harvard lecturer and former Massachusetts state administrator, about the challenges coronavirus presents for state ed. departments.