Coronavirus News: Wednesday, October 14, 2020

 Here's what the stalled COVID funding plans would do for K-12 education (EdWeek)

What happens to classroom rules when school is at home? (Christian Science Monitor)

Will kids get a COVID-19 vaccine? Pfizer to expand trial to ages 12 and up (WBUR)

Where Berkshires schooling goes way outside the box (The Berkshire Eagle)

Chicopee School Committee member discusses 20 students dismissed from school after employee tests positive for COVID-19 (Western Mass News)

Hawlemont School Committee fears 'no vote' for district budget (Greenfield Recorder)

Gardner schools transition to hybrid learning model Oct. 26 (The Gardner News)

Worcester teachers' union concerned about timeline for in-person learning (Worcester Telegram & Gazette)

Questions about return for students to Nashoba Regional (The Stow Independent)

Billerice students and staff reflect on first few weeks of back to school (Billerica Wicked Local)

Triton Regional may vote tonight on reopening schools (Newburyport News)

Ashland Middle and High Schools go remote after positive case of COVID-19 (Metrowest Daily News)

Taunton mom raises $4000 to buy teachers lunch (Taunton Daily Gazette)

Chatham Elementary student tests positive for COVID-19 (Cape Cod Times)

Cyberattack distrupts Sandwich schools (Cape Cod Times)

Students, staff shiver in Boston classrooms with windows open for ventilation (Boston Herald)