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The Curriculum Feed is the monthly newsletter of the California Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.
CASCD recognizes you are in the midst of unprecedented disruption due to the coronavirus and the tremendous challenge that you and others in your community are grappling with. We commit to supporting you however we can as you respond to challenges posed by COVID-19 and continue to make a positive difference in the lives of students. We hope you, your family, and your community remain safe and healthy.
Thank you for all that you do every day to serve our CA students.
Temperature Checks, Isolation Rooms, Closed Playgrounds: Schools Could Look Much Different In A COVID-19 World
Going back to campus could be a very different experience for California's more than 6 million K-12 students once schools eventually reopen. Educators and health experts say it's possible campuses will open this fall,... Read More
2020 Closing of School What Do We Do Now?
The 2020 closing of school has been/will be unprecedented and unlike anything we have ever experienced in our professional lives. All of us Read More
A look at distance learning strategies for success | EdSource webinar
While most school districts across the United States are providing students with educational resources, many have not been able to connect all their students to the internet and are still struggling to put attendance... Read More
Inside the North County Grading Wars - Voice of San Diego
In San Dieguito Union High School District, one of the richest school districts in the county, a group of parents has declared war on the school board. Two weeks ago, some 40 families hopped into their minivans, cars... Read More
'My Online Learning Experience as a Student Is Not so Good'
Here is the new question-of-the-week: What has your online learning experience been as a student? What did you like about it? What didn't you like about it? How does it compare with your experience as a student in a... Read More
Six urban California districts say proposed budget cuts will set back restarting school
Los Angeles Unified and five other urban California school districts collectively enrolling about 1 million students warned Monday that "unrealistic" funding cuts proposed by Gov. Gavin Newsom in his revised budget... Read More
California's schools lose big in Newsom's budget
It's easy to get lost in the numbers that make up the California state budget - dozens of mandates, thousands of programs, billions of dollars. And few programs have more complex funding rules than public education. Read More
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