How a school in Liberia is looking to lessons learned during Ebola school closures when planning for life after COVID-19

The American International School of Monrovia is well-prepared to reopen after coronavirus ceases to be a threat. Why? It was closed for six months when Ebola reached Liberia in 2014.

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Why equity matters in education—and what to do about it
Why equity matters in education—and what to do about it

Student demographics have changed. Learn more about what you can do to improve equity in your classroom, sc...