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11-9-21 Education in the News

NJ Spotlight--Murphy: Mask mandate goes if parents vaccinate kids

It’s not ‘strong-arming,’ he says in first post-election briefing


Lilo H. Stainton, Health care writer | November 9, 2021 | Coronavirus in NJ, Education, Health Care


Philadelphia Inquirer--Pa. mask mandate for public and private schools expected to end in January, Wolf says

Gov. Tom Wolf’s update to the school mask mandate comes as vaccinations have expanded to children ages 5-11. The mandate will remain in early learning and child care centers.


Jamie Martines| November 8, 2021


InsiderNJ--Weinberg Bill to Modify Procedures for School Emergency Drills Clears Education Committee


November 8, 2021, 4:12 pm |


Asbury Park Press--Gov. Murphy signs school bus safety bills into law


Mike Davis| Asbury Park Press| November 9, 2021


NY Times--First Lady Kicks Off Covid-19 Vaccination Campaign for Children


Sheryl Gay Stolberg| Nov. 8, 2021


The Atlantic--Parents Still Have a Thanksgiving Problem


Catyherine J. Wu| November 9, 2021


Education Week--A ‘War on Books': Conservatives Push for Audits of School Libraries


Molly Hennessy-Fiske, Los Angeles Times — November 08, 2021


Education Dive--Incentives, morale boosters crucial to curb K-12 teacher, other workforce shortages


Shawna De La Rosa Contributor, K-12| Published Nov. 8, 2021


The Hechinger Report--Some families don’t want to go back to in-person school. Here’s how one S.C. district is dealing with this demand

With its new online academy, Fairfield County — where 90 percent of families live in poverty and 50 percent lack high-speed Internet — hopes to overcome problems with virtual school


Sharon Lurye November 8, 2021