NEW JERSEY EDUCATION NEWS

NJ.com
School staff COVID cases quadrupled over winter break. These 11 counties are being hit the hardest.
More than 1 in 4 N.J. schools are not open for in-person learning due to COVID, state says
Retired N.J. teachers could return to the classroom under legislation headed to Murphy’s desk
NJ Spotlight
Why one school district is sticking with in-person learning
Dems just say no to Murphy mask mandates
TAPinto.net
Parents Want Better Access to Ocean Township School Board Meetings
New Jersey’s Anti-Bullying Law Strenghthened
Harrison Preschoolers Learn About Recycling
Kwak Elected First BOE President of Color
Students Ask BOE Superintendent & Principal to Postpone Midterm Exams Due to Complications Caused By COVID Surge
Three New BOE Members Take Their Seats, Contentious Meeting Follows
More NJ Education News
Goal for Toms River Regional school board? Finding new superintendent / Asbury Park Press
Petition calls for state action to improve safety near Mainland Regional High School / Press of Atlantic City

NATIONAL EDUCATION NEWS

Education Week
Staff Shortages Are Bringing Schools to the Breaking Point
USDA Boosts Funding for School Meals
Thousands of School Websites Went Down in a Cyberattack
What Many LGBTQ+ Students Worry About Most During the Pandemic
Bullying Dropped as Students Spent Less Time in In-Person Classes
Teacher: ‘Omicron Is Truly Bringing Education to Its Knees’
New York Times
National Endowment for the Humanities Announces $24.7 Million in New Grants
Chicago Schools to Reopen After Reaching Deal with Teachers Union
Despite Omicron, Los Angeles Students are Going Back to Class