Republicans in Congress question whether schools, cities and states really need as much relief as President Biden and Democrats want to give them. At the local level, people say they're desperate.
In Washington, D.C., hospital staff vaccinated 1,750 public school workers in one day. It was a hard-won success amid a fragmented nationwide vaccination campaign fraught with challenges.
The agreement calls for Chicago Public Schools to provide "at least 1,500 first vaccine doses per week" to employees, with second doses guaranteed.
The Bibb County School District confirmed that face-to-face instruction will resume Thursday, Feb. 18, following the district’s scheduled winter break.
The move to potentially change the names of 44 schools, approved by the school board this week, has sparked debate in San Francisco about its timing and whether the list is overly broad.
President-elect Joe Biden is proposing a $1.9 trillion plan to address the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting economic crisis.
Despite alarming rises in COVID-19 cases and deaths in rural America, some schools are under pressure to stay open for in-person learning while resisting requiring masks and other measures.
Youth depression, anxiety and suicide attempts have been on the rise during the pandemic. School shutdowns keep kids from friends and therapists, leaving social growth up to parents in many cases.
Nearly 30 Massachusetts high school students are quarantining after parents sent their child to school despite receiving a positive diagnosis days before.
The school board expressed concerns, but approved a plan to allow students and teachers who wish to to return to in-person learning.
More than seven months will have passed by the time Atlanta students return to in-person schooling. That long of a break, educational experts told GPB News, may further exacerbate the inequality gap between Black and Latino students and their white peers.
Nearly 1,000 graduate students and supporters from across the state are calling for changes to the University System of Georgia’s reopening plans.
Administrators say the COVID-19 economic downturn means many low income families can no longer afford Catholic school tuition fees.
Randi Weingarten, the head of the American Federation of Teachers, said "safety strikes" should only take place as a last resort. The decision on whether to strike would be left to the local union.
Monday on Political Rewind, we take a look at how Georgia public schools and the state’s universities continue to grapple with how to hold classes safely as the school year begins.
With school only weeks away, what can teachers, parents and students expect as the school year approaches?