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Education

COVID-19
Should omicron close schools?
Published Jan 12, 2022
Experts from across Johns Hopkins weigh in on best practices for students, teachers, and families
Education
25 years of school and family connections
Published Nov 16, 2021
The Johns Hopkins-based National Network of Partnership Schools has helped more than 5,000 schools plan, implement, and continually improve family and community involvement, says its director, Joyce Epstein
Johns Hopkins Children's Center to study COVID-19 safety in schools
Published Nov 11, 2021
Experts to research families' perceptions of public health recommendations regarding COVID-19
'U.S. News' ranks Henderson-Hopkins among city's top schools
Published Oct 22, 2021
Operated by Johns Hopkins in Eager Park, Henderson-Hopkins ranks No. 7 and No. 14 on the elementary and middle school lists, respectively
Education
Heading off Head Start educator burnout
Published Oct 21, 2021
School of Education's Lieny Jeon will co-lead a five-year, $2.1M study of well-being interventions to combat stress and build resilience in educators serving low-income communities
Q+A
A hub for the community
Published Oct 4, 2021
Peter Kannam, principal at Henderson-Hopkins, talks about leading teachers, students, and families through COVID-19, and how the Eager Park school has solidified its role as a community anchor during the pandemic
Education
Experts: Schools need better data to assess risks
Published Sept 20, 2021
Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center aims to provide vital, localized views of the pandemic to help school leaders make difficult decisions
Education
Focused? Frustrated? Restless?
Published Aug 18, 2021
Hopkins researchers who study classroom stress create an app that makes it easier for students to tell teachers how they're feeling
Education
COVID-19 and the new school year
Published Aug 9, 2021
As a new school year begins, Johns Hopkins education experts stress the high value of in-person learning balanced by mitigating community spread of the virus
Education
To catch students up, don't remediate. Accelerate.
Published May 6, 2021
To counteract the learning loss associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, one School of Education expert is urging schools to keep students working at grade level rather than repeating lessons they may have missed.