News, research and resources for educators and families.


News, research and resources for educators and families.
December 17, 2021

CDC Endorses Covid-19 Test-to-Stay Strategy for K-12 Schools

The Wall Street Journal

Schools have embraced frequent testing of students as way to maintain in-person education…
September 29, 2021

NEA calls for immediate expansion of COVID-19 screening testing in schools and clearer contact and quarantine policies

National Education Association

National Education Association President Becky Pringle issued the following statement today calling for expansion of COVID-19 screening testing and clearer close contact and quarantine policies in schools.…
August 25, 2021

What You Should Know About COVID-19 Testing in Schools


As schools go back to in-person learning, some may offer regular COVID-19 testing for students and staff. This means testing is offered regularly, even for people who don’t have symptoms of COVID-19. Many schools will also offer testing for people with symptoms…
June 25, 2021

Will Students Come Back?: Parent’s Attitudes to School Re-Opening

The Rockefeller Foundation

More than 8 in 10 parents plan to send their children in person for the 2021-2022 school year…
July 19, 2021

How in-school COVID-19 testing will make it easy on students and parents | Opinion

The Tennessean

Some parents are on still on the fence about sending their children back to in-person learning this Fall. In-school testing programs could ease their worries. Do I send my child back to school, in-person, in the fall? That’s a tricky question to answer…
July 19, 2021

Pediatric group recommends masks for students over 2 when schools reopen

The Hill

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommended on Monday that all students older than 2 years old wear masks, regardless of their vaccination status, when schools reopen in the fall. The leading pediatrics organization called for universal masking, noting that most…