Kentucky: The Largest School District Brings Back Masking Requirements
As of Monday, the most populous county in Kentucky has returned to the red zone for COVID-19, which means that the state’s biggest public school district has brought back its policy requiring students to wear masks.
Prospective Teachers Who Were Trained During The Pandemic Are At Risk Of Quitting The Profession, According To A Study
According to research conducted by King’s College London, disruptions caused by COVID in the school years 2019–20 and 2020–21 might result in a shortage of experience among staff members who were educated at the same time. This could lead to an increase in the number of early-career instructors quitting the field.
Japan: Teachers Struggle To Encourage Students To Remove Masks As Temperature Soars
At a time when Japan is experiencing record-breaking summer temperatures and the coronavirus pandemic is spreading, schools throughout the nation are split over whether or not to mask.
Vaccination Requirements For Teachers In New South Wales Is Set To End
Teachers who have not been vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine may be allowed back into classrooms in New South Wales starting next term, according to the state’s education department.
Macau Orders Schools And Businesses To Shut But Not Casinos, First Outbreak in 8 Months
Macau, the largest gambling center in the world, started its second day of widespread COVID-19 testing on Monday (June 20), after the discovery of dozens of locally transmitted cases over the weekend. Although most businesses and schools were closed, casinos continued to operate normally throughout this time.
Japan: Students Are Now Permitted To Converse During Lunch As The Number Of Covid Cases Continues To Decrease
Children in Japan have been allowed to communicate with their peers during lunch as COVID cases have declined.
No More Free School Lunches? An Impending Food Catastrophe For 7 Million Children Across The United States
By the end of this month, the USDA will no longer be able to offer these exemptions. It’s possible that Congress might expand this power, but it’s not something we can count on. According to Rachel Sabella, director of Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry New York program, “it could jeopardize access to summer meals…
Child Development Was Harmed By The Pandemic, Warn Teachers
Last year’s lockdown may have had a lasting impact on children’s growth and social maturity, according to teachers who claim pupils are more preoccupied, disrespectful, and unstable in their friendships.
New York: Many Teachers Have Been Put On Unpaid Leave For Allegedly Using Fake Vaccination Cards
Dozens of New York City public school instructors are facing dismissal after allegedly presenting fake documentation of COVID immunization.
Seattle Teachers’ Unions Push To Extend School Mask Mandate Until May
Despite a state governor’s order eliminating mask regulations, Seattle students may still be required to wear them until spring since the teachers union claims they ‘add normality’ to the classroom.