Coronavirus

Read: Doing the Holidays Differently This Year

Doing the Holidays Differently This Year

The coronavirus vaccines have just arrived, but we still must be vigilant and change the way we celebrate the holidays right now.

Read: Biden to Select Connecticut Schools Chief Miguel Cardona as Education Secretary

Biden to Select Connecticut Schools Chief Miguel Cardona as Education Secretary

If Miguel Cardona is confirmed, his first task will be reopening schools across the nation.

Read: Fall 2020 College Enrollment Drops Significantly for 1st-Year Students

Fall 2020 College Enrollment Drops Significantly for 1st-Year Students

The number of 2020 high school graduates who enrolled in college for Fall 2020 was down by nearly 22%.

Read: Study: Pandemic Is Accelerating Physical Security Upgrades

Study: Pandemic Is Accelerating Physical Security Upgrades

Physical security budgets are being driven by the coronavirus pandemic and are expected to increase next year.

Read: HID Global Helps Bay State Bring Students Safely Back to Campus

HID Global Helps Bay State Bring Students Safely Back to Campus

Bay State uses a digitized contact tracing solution that includes HID Bluetooth BEEKs Beacons to provide real-time location services.

Read: Campus COVID Planning for Spring 2021: Don’t Let Your Guard Down

Campus COVID Planning for Spring 2021: Don’t Let Your Guard Down

Although COVID-19 vaccines have begun to arrive, universities must continue to innovate and address the pandemic that will continue to pose problems for many months.

Read: New PTA and NEA Research Reveals How Students Are Doing During the COVID-19 Pandemic

New PTA and NEA Research Reveals How Students Are Doing During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The findings show that while students face unprecedented challenges, they are resilient. Additionally, although they face academic challenges, students trust educators and believe their teachers are doing the best they can under extremely difficult circumstances.

Read: CDC: More Kids, Adolescents Got COVID from Social Events Than School

CDC: More Kids, Adolescents Got COVID from Social Events Than School

Mississippians aged 18 and under who tested positive were more likely to have attended a social event but not more likely to have attended school or childcare.

Read: CISA: Hackers Increasingly Targeting K-12 Virtual Classes

CISA: Hackers Increasingly Targeting K-12 Virtual Classes

U.S. cybersecurity officials are warning K-12 schools that hackers are increasingly targeting them. Here’s how campuses can mitigate these risks.

Read: San Jose School Board Votes to Extend Police Contract Despite Pushback

San Jose School Board Votes to Extend Police Contract Despite Pushback

Protesters called for the reallocation of funds used for police services to student care services like counselors and social workers.

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