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10-28-21 Education in the News

Star Ledger--N.J. orders 205K pediatric COVID vaccine doses in anticipation of kids 5-11 being eligible


Matt Arco | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com| Updated: Oct. 27, 2021, 3:16 p.m. | Published: Oct. 27, 2021, 2:06 p.m.


The Record--NJ plans large rollout of COVID vaccine for children, but will the demand be there?


Scott Fallon Michael L. Diamond| October 28, 2021

NY Times--Republicans Assail Garland Over Justice Department Schools Memo

Republicans said the Biden administration was seeking to intimidate parents concerned about school policies. The attorney general cited a spike in threats.

Katie Benner| Oct. 27, 2021



The Atlantic--Five Big Questions About COVID Vaccines for Kids

With FDA authorization for a kid-size COVID vaccine pending, a pediatrician and infectious-disease expert weighs in on what’s next.


Katherine J. Wu| October 27, 2021


Education Week--Teacher Fired for Lesson on White Privilege Loses Appeal


Eesha Pendharkar — October 26, 2021


Chalkbeat--Why didn’t N.J. schools go remote during Tuesday’s storm? Blame this state law.


Patrick Wall Oct 26, 2021, 4:57pm EDT


Education Dive--School leaders: Proactive approach key to addressing 'devious licks,' other social media challenges

Administrators recommend turning to restorative practices and student involvement to address harmful online trends.


Anna Merod| Published Oct. 27, 2021


The Hechinger Report--10 ways for schools to gain traction with social-emotional learning programs

Federal funding, parent demand and evidence of payoff fuels support for SEL in the classroom, but continuation may hinge on rebranding and local investment


 Caralee Adams October 28, 2021