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9-19-22 Education in the News

NJ Spotlight--US Education Secretary visits Camden High School

Miguel Cardona touts efforts to help students recover from pandemic-related learning loss

https://www.njspotlightnews.org/video/us-education-secretary-visits-camden-high-school/

Joanna Gagis, Correspondent | September 16, 2022 | Education

 

 

Star Ledger--Want more teachers, less expensive college tuition? Change how schools are accredited. | Opinion

https://www.nj.com/opinion/2022/09/want-more-teachers-less-expensive-college-tuition-change-how-schools-are-accredited-opinion.html

Robert Goodman| Star-Ledger Guest Columnist| Updated: Sep. 16, 2022, 10:16 a.m.| Published: Sep. 16, 2022, 10:15 a.m.

 

Philadelphia Inquirer--To ban or not to ban the cell phone? Without them, schools see more learning, fewer fights, and calmer hallways.

https://www.inquirer.com/news/schools-cell-phone-policies-pennsylvania-new-jersey-philadelphia-20220918.html

Kristen A. Graham| September 19, 2022

 

NY Times--Attempts to Ban Books Are Accelerating and Becoming More Divisive

To mark Banned Books Week, the American Library Association released a report on the rise in censorship efforts: In 2022, there have been attempts to restrict access to 1,651 titles.

https://www.nytimes.com/2022/09/16/books/book-bans.html

Alexandra Alter and Elizabeth A. Harris| Sept. 16, 2022

 

Education Week--Why Can’t We Talk to Each Other Anymore?

How binary thinking is dividing the K-12 world

https://www.edweek.org/leadership/why-cant-we-talk-to-each-other-anymore/2022/09

Kevin Bushweller |September 06, 2022

 

Education Dive--House Republicans open investigation into ARP spending on ‘leftist ideology’

https://www.k12dive.com/news/gop-open-investigation-into-k-12-arp-spending-on-leftist-ideology/632042/

Kara Arundel Senior Reporter| Published Sept. 16, 2022

 

The Hechinger Report--Canceled classes, sweltering classrooms: How extreme heat impairs learning

As climate change drives up temperatures, kids are suffering in school buildings without air conditioning or being sent home early for ‘heat days’

https://hechingerreport.org/canceled-classes-sweltering-classrooms-how-extreme-heat-impairs-learning/

Caroline Preston September 16, 2022