Monthly Archives:: September 2021

Keeping Schools Open: Easier Said Than Done

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As cases of the COVID-19 Delta variant, a highly contagious strain of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, continually rise, school administrators face the challenge of keeping schools safely open while providing instruction to address learning gaps and increase achievement levels.   Beyond the educational field, people may view COVID safety as a simple process. Some may question,… Read More »

Long COVID – What Does This Mean for Schools?

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Long Covid

With many schools once again in-person, administrators will encounter various challenges caused by the COVID-19 crisis. While teachers and educational therapists endeavor to resolve these concerns, many have not acknowledged a new consideration that may affect their daily interactions with students: long COVID.    Long COVID refers to the continuation of symptoms that affect children,… Read More »