Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Read: Ex-Pitt Emergency Management Director Sentenced for Selling Stolen PPE During Pandemic

Ex-Pitt Emergency Management Director Sentenced for Selling Stolen PPE During Pandemic

In February and March of 2020, the former campus emergency management director sold the stolen N95 masks on eBay for $11 each.

Read: How a Hospital Public Safety Director Saved His Employee’s Life

How a Hospital Public Safety Director Saved His Employee’s Life

Following up with an employee at home who had COVID enabled Kyle Houraney to identify that the man’s life was in danger.

Read: How Schools Are Spending Their ESSER Funds

How Schools Are Spending Their ESSER Funds

Here are the top five ways school districts have used their ESSER COVID-relief funds so far.

Read: NEA Study: 55 Percent of Teachers Want to Leave Their Profession Early

NEA Study: 55 Percent of Teachers Want to Leave Their Profession Early

NEA has found that massive staff shortages in public schools are leading to educator burnout, with more than half planning to stop teaching.

Read: Omicron Surge Prompting Some School Districts to Bolster Mask Requirements

Omicron Surge Prompting Some School Districts to Bolster Mask Requirements

Students attending LAUSD campuses must now wear well-fitting, non-cloth masks with nose wires.

Read: Tapping CARES and ARPA Funding to Respond to COVID and Make Campuses More Secure

Tapping CARES and ARPA Funding to Respond to COVID and Make Campuses More Secure

Schools and universities have hundreds of thousands of dollars available to them, and CARES and ARPA funds need not be used until December 2024.

Read: Schools, Colleges React to COVID Surge with Online Classes, Revised Rules

Schools, Colleges React to COVID Surge with Online Classes, Revised Rules

In response to the huge spike in coronavirus cases, many campuses and districts are temporarily switching back to distance learning and mask mandates.

Read: Florida DOE Refunds Money Withheld from Schools for Mask Mandates

Florida DOE Refunds Money Withheld from Schools for Mask Mandates

Funding was withheld from eight school districts that required masks and was returned once they dropped the mandate.

Read: Rise in COVID Cases Prompt Colleges to Switch to Virtual Classes

Rise in COVID Cases Prompt Colleges to Switch to Virtual Classes

Non-academic events and other in-person activities are also being cancelled due to the recent spike in COVID cases on campuses.

Read: Preparing for the Next Pandemic: 11 Lessons Learned from COVID-19 by Universities

Preparing for the Next Pandemic: 11 Lessons Learned from COVID-19 by Universities

With us now hopefully being near the end of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s important to review, remember and apply what we’ve learned over the past 20 months.

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