Though the government said that it had now modified its June 15 by allowing limited sessions of synchronised online classes based on the ‘Pragyata’ guideline for digital education released by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, the Bench found that the ‘Pragyata’ guidelines were not an order enforcible by law and were only suggestions. … [Read more...] about What will children do sitting idle at home all day, asks Karnataka HC
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"And there are a lot of different philosophies around safety measures, and I think it makes sense for us again to have some basic, minimum standards that will give teachers and parents and students some comfort in knowing that everybody is doing the same thing related to the reopening of schools," she said. … [Read more...] about Face mask mandate likely won’t be included in Louisiana school reopening rules
Top officials of the state Department of Education last week briefed the state Board of Elementary and Secondary Education on the recommendations, including input from a wide range of state health officials, a task force set up by the Southern Regional Education Board, the 13-member Superintendent Advisory Group and the Resilient Louisiana Commission. … [Read more...] about A plan for reopening Louisiana schools: How will officials handle school buses, masks, more?
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“Here in America, summer camps are closed, and school plans are in doubt,” Hilton stated. “This is not safe. It’s harming our children. Almost a third of parents say their children’s emotional and mental health is suffering. Another third worry that it’ll start hurting their children soon. It’s hurting their education and their future prospects, too. The evidence is piling up that remote learning doesn’t work, especially for the poorest families and those in rural areas with unreliable internet. And perhaps worst of all, we’re seeing a rise in child abuse. Beyond the impact on children, there’s the impact on our economy. If kids can’t go to school, parents can’t go to work.” … [Read more...] about FNC’s Hilton: Either Reopen Schools This Fall ‘or Give Me My Money Back’