Parents are eager to get kids back in the classroom, and vaccinations could make the transition safer for everyone.
Revised state guidelines moved NC teachers up in priority for the COVID-19 vaccine, with vaccinations already happening in at least one Eastern North Carolina school district.
How two teachers built relationships with their students and adapted their curriculums to meet the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic.
“I think teachers are tired of not being heard or consulted,” said Whitney Sandoval, a Kansas-based certified orientation and mobility specialist who teaches children with visual impairments.
“Having Dr. Biden in the White House could mean the world to public education in this country, including community colleges."
“My out-of-pocket costs have gone through the roof this year."
“It essentially means if we are exposed and we know we might potentially be positive, we still have to come to school and we might at that point be carriers and spreaders."