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1-27-22 Education in the News

NJ Spotlight--Teaching AAPI history is critical to combating racism, advocates say

Gov. Phil Murphy just signed a law that adds Asian American and Pacific Islander history to the K-12 curriculum


Taylor Jung | January 27, 2022 | Education

Press of Atlantic City--Most N.J. teachers have been vaccinated, three months since Gov. Murphy's mandate


Melanie Burney| January 25, 2022

Education Week--Why School Leaders Are Sweating the Deadline for Spending COVID Relief Funds


Mark Lieberman January 25, 2022

Chalkbeat--I teach U.S. history. We can trust our kids to hear hard things.

Our class traveled to Alabama and Georgia to learn about the struggle for civil rights. They made powerful connections to the present day.


Katherine Sanford Jan 26, 2022, 8:00am EST

Education Dive--Shifting trends could influence funding impacted by student counts


Kara Arundel Reporter| Published Jan. 26, 2022

Edutopia--How to Support Girls in Forming a Positive Math Identity

A look at one way high school math teachers can guide female students to overcome stereotypes and develop a positive sense of their math abilities.


Alessandra King| January 26, 2022