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9-28-21 Education in the News

NJ Spotlight--How parents differ over COVID-19 vaccine for kids

Some parents worry about long-terms effects of COVID-19, others about lack of long-term vaccine studies


Joanna Gagis, Correspondent | September 27, 2021 | Coronavirus in NJ


Star Ledger--N.J. schools warn of consequences from destructive ‘devious licks’ trend on TikTok


Noah Cohen | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com| Updated: Sep. 27, 2021, 8:28 p.m. | Published: Sep. 27, 2021, 8:28 p.m.


Press of Atlantic City--'Perfect storm' of transportation issues, personnel shortages and COVID-19 devastating high school sports


Patrick Mulranen| September 28, 2021


NY  Times--No Veggies, No Buns, Few Forks: Schools Scramble to Feed Students Amid Shortages

Schools across the country are offering less healthy lunch options as they struggle with dwindling supplies, delayed shipments and fewer cafeteria workers.


Madeleine Ngo|| September 27, 2021


Education Week--Pandemic Parents Are More Engaged. How Can Schools Keep It Going?

Communication will be key


Alyson Klein — September 14, 2021


Chalkbeat--Tutors wanted: Inside the nationwide sprint to build big new programs to catch students up

A competitive labor market and educator exhaustion are complicating recruiting.


Kalyn Belsha| September 27, 2021


Education Dive--Report: Monitoring online student activity may create privacy disparities


Kara Arundel| Published Sept. 27, 2021


The Hechinger Report--PROOF POINTS: What almost 150 studies say about how to motivate students

Researchers say teachers are more influential than parents


Jill Barshay September 27, 2021