Coronavirus News: Friday, March 20, 2020

As schools look for guidance, educators are left asking "What?" (New York Times)

Coronavirus and poverty: a mother skips her meals so her children can eat (New York Times)

Am I doing enough? As districts try remote learning for students with disabilities, challenges lie ahead (Chalkbeat)

Is online school illegal? With schools closing from coronavirus, special education concerns give educators pause (U.S.A. Today)

L.A. superintendent says district must continue to provide social safety net during closure (WBUR Here and Now)

Schools and daycare closures present a challenge for many parents (WGBH)

Editorial: Coronavirus means schools must prepare for extended closure (Springfield Republican)

High school seniors concerned about cancelling graduation (Western Mass News)

Rep. Neal, Superintendent Warwick visit Springfield student feeding site (MassLive)

Letter to the Editor: Online not an option for everyone (The Greenfield Recorder)

Meals to go program rolled out for Worcester children (Worcester Telegram & Gazette)

Fitchburg schools encouraging learning during closure (Sentinel and Enterprise)

School's out: here's how Metrowest districts are handling coronavirus closure (Metrowest Daily News)

Milton High student among new cases (The Patriot Ledger)

Greater New Bedford schools stay connected to students (South Coast Today)

State lawmakers seek to postpone local elections amid pandemic (Boston Herald)

Column: Homeschooling tips for all of you suddenly homeschooling newbies (Washington Post)