Coronavirus News: Monday, November 16, 2020

Surges in COVID cases are upending school reopening plans across the U.S. (Chalkbeat)

Bullied, badgered, publicly scorned: Suburban school boards feel the heat as they weight school closings (Chicago Tribune)

From individual sessons to a real world approach, here's how Massachusetts teachers are adapting to the pandemic (Boston Globe)

Philadelphia superintendent explains decision to delay school reopening amid COVID-19 surge (Here and Now)

Hoosac Valley shifting to fully remote learning until after Thanksgiving (The Berkshire Eagle)

South Hadley moves to two days of remote learning in response to cases (Western Mass News)

Despite some opposition, Worcester and Springfield schools not seeing decline in flu shots (MassLive)

Lowell School Committee postpones meeting to discuss school building reopening (Lowell Sun)

Lynn will spend $5.5M to fix school ventilation issues (The Item)

Haverhill Teachers Union considers 'no confidence' vote in state education department over COVID-19 (WHAV)

Nothing to cheer about: High school cheerleaders forced to sit out due to COVID-19 pandemic (Milford Daily News)

Mansfield High's virtual classes interrupted by racist, vulgar comments (The Sun Chronicle)

Cohasset shifts to remote learning for secondary students after Friday house party (Boston Herald)

Martha's Vineyard suspends in-person learning; reopening process postponed at all public schools (Vineyard Gazette)