COVID-19

We at Education Post and our parent company brightbeam are deeply concerned for the children, families and educators being affected by the coronavirus. Here we are collecting resources and stories to help all of us pull together to make it through this challenging time.

COVID-19 Resources for Families and Educators

COVID-19 Resources for Families and Educators.

A Letter From Brightbeam in Response to Coronavirus.

Posted Jan. 14, 2022

To Improve Our School District, We Asked a Rabbi and Two Pastors

2022 arrived in America’s public schools not with a bang, but rather, a long and tired sigh.  Students need stable, high-quality schools more than ever,…

By Andrea Castañeda

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Posted Jan. 13, 2022

Chicago Isn’t the Only City Putting Politics Over Kids

The politics of education are broken and we are seeing the effects of it play out in real-time.  In Chicago, a stalemate over remote learning…

By Sharif El-Mekki

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Posted Jan. 10, 2022

America Is Losing Sight Of Teachers’ Humanity

Do you remember when teachers were heroes? It was a pretty great week. I got a couple of Amazon gift cards from my students and…

By Garris Landon Stroud

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Posted Jan. 7, 2022

Strong School Leaders Are Key to Helping the Entire School Community Navigate This Pandemic

From staffing shortages and school board protests to the ongoing challenges presented by the pandemic, times are tough for educators and school leaders, and may…

By Chris Minnich

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Posted Jan. 5, 2022

More Than 330,000 of Chicago’s Children Didn’t Learn Today Because of CPS’s Staggering Lack of Planning

Once again, drama is flaring over Chicago Public Schools’ management of the pandemic. In the city of Chicago, more than 330,000 children are not learning today…

By Maureen Kelleher

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Posted Jan. 4, 2022

Equitable Learning Recovery Must Be Grounded in Solid Research

The COVID-19 pandemic, coupled with political and social unrest, has deeply disrupted the lives and learning experiences of most students. It has created an urgent…

By Beth Tarasawa

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Posted Dec. 16, 2021

Parent Power: Will We Choose Pitchforks or Partnerships?

After two tumultuous years of intermittent school closures, parents and caregivers are claiming their power within the education system in a new way. It ain’t…

By Alejandro Gibes de Gac

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Posted Dec. 14, 2021

The School Year Hasn’t Been Easy, But My Students Have Pushed Through at Every Turn

When I gathered with my fellow teachers at Boston Renaissance Charter Public School K-6 before the start of the school year, it was with a…

By Faith Martin

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Posted Dec. 10, 2021

5 Tips From States Leading the Way on Learning Recovery

With students back in classrooms and the true measure of missed learning during the pandemic becoming apparent, we at Zearn are often asked for “the…

By Shalinee Sharma

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Posted Dec. 8, 2021

You Shouldn’t Have to Be an Educator To Critique Education

If I had a nickel for every time a school official uttered the phrase “unprecedented times” in the past year and a half, our schools…

By Garris Landon Stroud

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Posted Jan. 13, 2022

Chicago Isn’t the Only City Putting Politics Over Kids

The politics of education are broken and we are seeing the effects of it play out in real-time.  In Chicago, a stalemate over remote learning…

By Sharif El-Mekki

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Posted Jan. 10, 2022

America Is Losing Sight Of Teachers’ Humanity

Do you remember when teachers were heroes? It was a pretty great week. I got a couple of Amazon gift cards from my students and…

By Garris Landon Stroud

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Posted Jan. 13, 2022

Explained: How to Run for Your Local School Board

School boards (in some states “school committees”) sit at the intersection of civic engagement, local politics, and community service. The school board is a team…

By Brianna Crowley

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