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Maryland's Recovery Plan for Education 

Pennsylvania School Reopening Task Force Report

The School Superintendents Association

Virginia Recover, Redesign, Restart

 

Principaling in a Pandemic Responses

"Principaling" in a Pandemic - What's Your Story - Sharon Morgan

"Principaling" in a Pandemic - What's Your Story -Ashley Walters

"Principaling in a Pandemic" - What's Your Story - Ed Cosentino

"Principaling" in a Pandemic - What's Your Stoy - Marc Hamilton

"Principaling" in a Pandemic - What's Your Story - Troy Barnes

"Principaling in a Pandemic" - What's your Story - Dr. Emma Pinkett

 

MARYLAND: Did you know snap applications increased by 400%?  

New data released from the Maryland Department of Human Services shows a more than 400% increase in the number of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) applications received in April of this year, as compared to March.

  • In both Baltimore City and Prince George’s County, the increase in SNAP applications was upwards of 600%.
  • Both Charles and Baltimore Counties also experienced more than four times the increase in applications.
  • In Howard, Montgomery, and Anne Arundel Counties, the number of applications more than tripled.

Every county across the state saw an increase in need, with nearly 150,000 applications received in April. Data for all counties is included in the table, below.  Read our full statement here. We commend the staff at the Department of Human Services (DHS) for responding to this historic increase in need, while simultaneously transitioning to working from home and launching several new programs.

Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) 

The Community Eligibility Provision, or CEP, is a federal school meal funding option that creates Hunger-Free Schools by offering school breakfast and lunch to all students at no cost to the families. Click here to learn more.

Given the connection between SNAP and Identified Student Percentages (ISPs), this summer presents a unique opportunity for CEP. Schools with ISPs over 40% can elect CEP to provide free breakfast and lunch for all students. Many schools will be CEP-eligible this year for the first time. The USDA’s COVID-19 waiver for CEP allows the use of ISP data from April 1 to June 30, 2020 this year (i.e. post-pandemic) and the deadline to elect CEP has been extended until August 31.

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