Help your Students know their Rights and know the facts.
Some parents, community members and police are calling for cameras in the classroom: https://www.lawofficer.com/ohio-mayor-craig-shubert-threatens-school-board-arrest-curriculum-child-pornography/. Unless the school has a personal policy against having cameras on campus, legally it is acceptable to install them. School officials can also confirm with the school's lawyer. Although many people cite privacy issues when it comes to security camera installation, it is not technically illegal to do so in the classroom. If classroom cameras are rejected by your district, you can suggest that live streamed and recorded audio recordings can be completed.
Does universal preschool or all-day Kindergarten make fiscal or academic sense?
The answer to this question can be found in the research and expert findings listed below. Universal preschool and all-day kindergarten have been found to be ineffective and a waste of money when some find that children are better off in unstructured environments or at home.
See the links below plus these articles on the failure of Head Start:
The preponderance of evidence does not support masking adults or children. Below are some resources of expert testimonies and research proving that masks are not only unnecessary to stop the spread of a virus but that they are indeed dangerous.
The Federal Government has been involved in public education since 1787, when the Northwest Ordinance gave land so that education institutions could be created. As the nation grew, so did the amount of money given to fund education.
The document below is a brief historic overview.