The Clarke County School District has gone back and forth between in-person and online learning for elementary and middle school students. One group feels left behind by the district’s decisions: families with special needs students.
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As 2020 nears its end, we reflect back on how the pandemic altered every moment of this year, and how we can move forward.
Community members drove around the area near West Broad Street and the Clarke County School District offices to protest poor air quality in Clarke County schools during COVID-19.
The chairs are stacked, the bus stops empty and the hallways silent — school during a pandemic doesn’t look the same.
University of Georgia professor Bettina Love founded the Abolitionist Teaching Network to develop and support educators to fight injustice within institutions and communities.
The plan to reopen Clarke County schools does not address the questions and concerns of all community members.
The confusion surrounding Clarke County School District’s reopening plans has upset some teachers and parents in the community.
The Clarke County School District Board of Education voted to delay the start of school until Sept. 8.
Concerns about the reopening of school in the fall and the fate of former superintendent Demond Means dominated the public comment portion of Thursday’s Clarke County School District Board of Education meeting.