The Advocate is updated in the first week of every other month September through May, containing articles relating to private school issues, representation, and local-to-national news relevant to independent schools.
While remote learning continues, summer is a question mark, and attention is already starting to turn to next fall.
The short answer is YES.
“convene your educators…to rethink your educational offerings…to have a solid education plan providing value to students if they will be spending a significant fraction of the 2020-21 academic year learning at home.”
The Greater Good. “What are private schools doing, or can do in the weeks and months ahead, to support the greater community during this time of crisis?”
The following are CAPE highlights of what Congress has passed in recent days, by no means an exhaustive list, includes areas of interest to private schools.
The CARES Act is aimed at reducing the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic by authorizing $2.1 trillion in aid to support various sectors of the economy. It is huge and therefore will take expert examination in the coming weeks to interpret the fine print details. For now, here are a few key things included that directly relate to our State:
There is a lot of anxiety about how the Covid-19 crisis will affect the college application process. The College Board has conveyed the following:
Gov. Inslee has banned gatherings & events of more than 250 amid coronavirus outbreak, while calling upon schools to remain as community support for student social services and prepare for possible closure in coming days.
By Cristina Novoa and Steven Jessen-Howard Posted on February 18, 2020 At a time when more than two-thirds of young children have all available parents in the workforce, child care is a necessity for most families across the country. Yet new data show that the...