Week of November 2, 2020

6 State Strategies To Improve Child Care Policies During the Pandemic and Beyond Center for American Progress Simon Workman and Katie Hamm Oct 29 2020

Education experts weigh in on Biden’s proposal to triple funding for low-income schools CNBC Abigail Hess Oct 29 2020

Rise In Homeschooling Could Bring Drop In Public School Funding Montana Public Radio Aaron Bolton Oct 30 2020

Data indicate worsening early literacy progress and widening achievement gap among District students Washington Post Perry Stein Oct 30 2020

Michigan GSRP recognized nationally for high standards Cadillac News Rick Charmoli Cadillac News Oct 30 2020

50,000 students are gone from Arizona public schools. Where did they go? USA Today Oct 30 2020

Oregon Universal Pre-K Ballot Measure Could Be Watershed Moment in US Education Articles – Truthout Tyler Walicek Oct 30 2020

Early education during a pandemic: Lexington nonprofit adapts to new normal Wicked Local Lexington Ross Cristantiello Oct 30 2020

School enrollment falls across the Washington region Washington Post Hannah Natanson Oct 30 2020

Education notebook: Schools face financial troubles due to pandemic Arizona Public Media Vanessa Ontiveros Oct 31 2020

50,000 students are gone from Arizona public schools. Where did they go? Yahoo! News Lily Altavena, Arizona Republic Oct 31 2020

COVID could spur businesses to fix child care Jackson Sun Oct 31 2020

Jared Polis: Proposition EE will help our schools, economy and public health Denver Post Jared Polis Oct 31 2020

How Two Child-Care Centers Put Competition Aside and Created a Partnership During COVID Finding Common Ground – Education Week Peter DeWitt Nov 1 2020

Mobile preschools offer early education to underserved Las Vegas families Las Vegas Sun Sara MacNeil Nov 1 2020

COVID-19 may be cause of drop in enrollment for Salt Lake City schools The Enterprise Nov 1 2020

Northwest Arkansas’ K-12 enrollment numbers down Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette Dave Perozek Nov 1 2020

Op-Ed: Prop EE an Investment in Our Kids, Our Health, Our Economy Westword – News Adella Arredondo Nov 1 2020

Families, day cares feel strain of new COVID-19 health rules WPRI Sally Ho Nov 2 2020

20 State and Local Ballot Measures That Could Help Shape Education, from Legalizing Marijuana to Allowing Race-Based Admissions The Seventy Four Nov 2 2020

Election Day is here. These are the education issues and races we’re watching. Chalkbeat – All Chalkbeat Communities Nov 2 2020

Gov. Polis’ budget would restore K-12, higher education after coronavirus slashes Chalkbeat – All Chalkbeat Communities Nov 2 2020

Pandemic Impacts on Parents and Children Threaten to Be Long and Severe Non Profit News | Nonprofit Quarterly Nov 2 2020

Academic ‘redshirting’ gives families relief but threatens heartburn for school districts redefinED Nov 3 2020

‘Red shirt’ children: Public schools see plunge in student enrollment Washington Times Nov 3 2020

State Ed Department Launches Its Parent Dashboard Jamestown Post-Journal Nov 3 2020

School districts face expenditures due to COVID-19, will have future cuts The Advocate-Messenger Nov 3 2020

How Child Care Initiatives Improve Poverty in Canada The Borgen Project Nov 3 2020

Universal preschool measure passes, meaning new income tax for Multnomah County’s highest earners  Oregonian Nov 4 2020

What this Oregon county’s “preschool for all” victory means for child care in America VOX.com Nov 4 2020

Any Which Way You Fund It, Pre-K Scores Four Big Wins For 4-Year-Olds Across U.S. The Seventy Four Nov 4 2020

Colorado Proposition EE results: Higher tobacco, nicotine tax ahead in early returns Denver Post Nov 4 2020

Election results are still coming in. While we wait, here’s a look at what that means for schools Chalkbeat –  All Chalkbeat Communities Nov 4 2020

Making Connections: PreK–12 OER in Practice New America Nov 4 2020

These moms fought for universal preschool in their Oregon county — and won The Lily Nov 5 2020

How an Oregon Measure for Universal Preschool Could Be a National Model New York Times Nov 6 2020

Heinz Endowments awards $12 million in grants to address equity issues in Pittsburgh region Pittsburgh Tribune Review Nov 6 2020