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  • (From USA Today) After weeks or months of operating in person, schools are shifting students back to remote learning as the nation grapples with soaring COVID-19 infections, and more are expected to follow next week. Already, ...

  • (From McKinsey) New research shows that despite companies’ recent efforts, diverse employees — including women, LGBTQ+ employees, people of color, but also working parents — are having the hardest time, both in the workplace ...

  • (From The 74 Million) Last month, the CDC released a framework for testing strategies in schools, in response to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ announcement to send roughly 150 million rapid COVID-19 tests ...

  • (From CNN) The US Food and Drug Administration has issued an emergency use authorization for the first self-test for Covid-19 that can provide rapid results at home. The rapid test, which utilizes a molecular amplification ...

  • (from Reason) According to a recent Gallup poll , homeschooling has doubled this past school year, and learning pods may prove to be a considerable player in the shifting competitive landscape of the educational marketplace. ...

  • Congratulations to Sister Judith Schaefer, O.P., of Cotter Schools in Winona, Minnesota on winning NBOA's Net Assets reader survey raffle!   Sister Judith's ticket was pulled from a pool of over 200 survey respondents ...

  • (From The 74 Million) As coronavirus cases surge across the country, a new study shows young children may be less likely to spread the virus. The paper examined 47 youth and 32 adults who had been infected with the virus, ...

  • (From Inside Higher Ed) A Boston-based US appeals court has rejected a challenge to Harvard's affirmative action policy brought by a group representing Asian Americans who claimed the school discriminated against them as ...

  • (From EdSurge) In an election that drew historic turnout among Americans, there is at least one issue that collected victories up and down the ballot: early childhood education. The Biden administration’s plans for early ...

  • (From Bolton & Company) The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in increased worker’s compensation claims costs across all industries. In an effort to cover additional costs, the California Workers’ Compensation Insurance ...