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Resources for School Communities in Times of Crisis

The following resources were provided by Education Elements.

Resources for School Communities in Times of Crisis

We are saddened and concerned by the recent events at the Capitol. And, we know that many educators have to carry the additional responsibility of having to address these events immediately with your students, with your colleagues, and are looking for ways to process these events yourselves. 

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Statements from National School Boards Association and Connecticut Association of Boards of Education on Dr. Miguel Cardona's Nomination as Secretary of Education

Alexandria, Va. (December 22, 2020) - In response to the nomination of Dr. Miguel Cardona as Secretary of Education, the National School Boards Association (NSBA) and Connecticut Association of Boards of Education (CABE) issued the following statements:


Anna Maria Chávez, Executive Director and CEO of the National School Boards Association (NSBA):

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Governor Polis Declares January School Board Recognition Month

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January 6, 2021

Governor Polis Proclaims January 2021 as School Board Recognition Month

DENVER — Governor Jared Polis issued an official proclamation recognizing January as School Board Recognition Month. The proclamation reads in part, "school board members are extraordinary people who invest many hours of volunteer work to tackle the enormous job of governing our school districts and whose actions and decisions help impact the present and future lives of young Coloradans."

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10 questions about the new stimulus deal for schools, answered

Chalkbeat

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Across U.S., states see public school enrollment dip as virus disrupts education

Chalkbeat

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What to Know About Miguel Cardona, Biden’s Pick for Education Secretary

Ed Surge

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U.S. public school enrollment dips as virus disrupts education

The Denver Post

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Colorado legislature will delay its full 2021 return until at least February because of coronavirus

The Colorado Sun

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LEGISLATIVE PREVIEW 2021 | As lawmakers return to Denver, recovery is king

Colorado Politics

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Here’s What Needs To Be Done To Rebuild K-12 Education In This Country

Forbes

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LEGISLATIVE PREVIEW 2021 | Where's the money? The JBC looks for it

Colorado Politics

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A dose of support, but is it enough?

The Denver Post

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Work in 2021 is delayed a month

The Denver Post

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House, Senate pass bill

The Denver Post

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Stimulus Deal: Stimulus Checks, Unemployment, And Money For Education

Forbes

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Educators, Students and Schools Come Up Short in Coronavirus Relief Package

U.S. News & World Report

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Colorado lawmakers promise enrollment drop won’t hurt school funding

Chalkbeat

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The wait is nearly over: Congress set to provide over $50 billion for public schools

Chalkbeat

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Biden poised to nominate Connecticut education chief Miguel Cardona as education secretary

CNN Politics

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Biden To Pick Connecticut Schools Chief Miguel Cardona As Education Secretary

NPR

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