Coronavirus News: Friday, March 27, 2020

What the coronavirus stimulus bill means for schools (Chalkbeat)

Governor closes Vermont schools for rest of school year (Vermont Public Radio)

State releases guidance for remote learning during coronavirus (WBUR)

As outbreak spreads, state says districts must educate students with disabilities (WBUR)

Video: Southampton teachers hold parade for their students (Western Mass News)

Springfield superintendent talks coronavirus impact on students, teachers (WWPL 22)

Fitchburg non-profit still Karing 4 Kidz amid pandemic (Sentinel & Enterprise)

Northborough-Southborough superintendent answers FAQ around coronavirus closure (Community Advocate)

Tahanto pride parade brightens the day for many in Berlin and Boylston (The Clinton Item)

Schools plan for extended closures (Lowell Sun)

'Not set up for online learning': Brockton struggles to get enough devices for students (The Enterprise)

Asked to dress as a superhero, this Plymouth second grader dressed up as his grandfather, a doctor (Patriot Ledger)

As spring sports season falls victim to coronavirus, student athletes try to take it in stride (Taunton Daily News)

So Attleboro area schools are closed through May 4: now what? (The Sun Chronicle)

"Silvia Stars": Fall River school forms online connection with students (Herald News)

Homeschooling becomes new normal across South Coast as coronavirus extends closures (South Coast Today)

Missing your teacher? Provincetown hosting school-wide video conferencing (WCAI)

Teachers reach out by video to keep music students learning, engaged (Cape Cod Times)