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The Chicago Principals & Administrators Association has released a plan -- Return to an

Less than 17% of principals and assistant principals believe the district is prepared and ready to open schools.

CPAA president, Troy LaRaviere, participated in a joint school reopening press conference with the Chicago Teachers Union.

The people of Georgia have helped set a new direction for America and confirmed what the rest of the country said in November. It is time for change and time to move this nation forward, offering opportunity to every American.
For the first time in history, a member of the American Federation of School Administrators has been elected to Congress.
"Who you vote for makes a real difference in the legislation that gets passed."
California Gov. Gavin Newsom provides a framework to continue and expand safe in-person instruction in early spring, including a $2 billion early action proposal to support school safety measures.
Millions of Americans are sick with this virus, have depleted life savings to stay afloat or are suffering economic hardship through no fault of our own. We need help.

A growing number of college-bound high school seniors and their parents would now prefer a college or university closer to home, according to a new report released today by Brian Communications, a national strategic communications agency.