About 6,000 pre-K-5 students attended in-person classes Monday. Middle and high school students participated in sit-ins.
As virtual learning surged, parents got busy building, collecting and donating desks for students at home.
Maggie Robbins is reconsidering lesson plans to teach the way she and other new teacher envisioned: in an actual classroom.
Parents of middle and high school students are pushing to make sure their kids are remembered as CPS slowly reopens.
Teachers are concerned about the quality of supplies being provided by the district.
CPS also has doubled its budget for air filters, which will be inspected and changed more frequently.
The study factors in youth perspectives in recommending action on violence, mental health and identity, among other issues.
Librarians in Columbia Public Schools are working hard to get books into kids' hands amid virtual learning.
Parents wanting to put their children on the list need to call their child’s school and ask to change their learning model.
Columbia's high school journalists are facing the challenges of a global health crisis head on.
The district's youngest students will attend four days a week. Middle and high school students will continue remotely for now.
The funding became available partly because the state's unemployment rate is less than half of what was originally projected.
Students ages three to 12 at Windsor Street Montessori School learn sustainability through composting and gardening.
Elementary school students could return to in-person classes as soon as Oct. 19 if a new reopening plan is approved Monday.
On a virtual stage, Columbia teachers are doing what they can to engage their students in theater's magic.
No vote will happen at the special session Tuesday. However, a formal recommendation will be presented to the board Oct. 12.
Stiepleman was commended for his work on poverty and inequity in education.
Scooter's Cubs Learning Den will pair the children of college faculty and staff with students studying to be teachers.
The district's all-virtual learning format won't change until a Columbia School Board vote. The soonest for that is Oct. 12.
The program will allow specific content filters for students at different education levels.
The Columbia School Board will take up the matter publicly at a 7:30 a.m. work session Thursday.
A learning pod groups students together for instruction outside the classroom — with adult supervision.