Coronavirus News: Thursday, March 4, 2021

Teachers eligible to sign up for vaccinations starting March 11 (State House News Service via Milford Daily News)

Following federal push, Mass moves K-12 educators up in line for vaccination (WGBH)

What to know if you're an educator newly eligible for the vaccine in Massachusetts (Boston Globe)

Teachers call vaccine eligibility 'a victory' (Boston 25)

Baker: Educators, school staff can sign up for vaccinations starting March 11 (WBUR)

Vaccinating educators is a start, but more challenges lie ahead in reopening school buildings (Boston Globe)

After fed says tests are still required, critics organize and states look for loopholes (Chalkbeat)

Undocumented students face big challenges with remote learning (NPR)

Massachusetts education commissioner seeks authority to take hybrid, remote learning away (MassLive)

pringfield will seek waiver if state mandates full-time classroom learning (WAMC)

Woburn School Committee to consider return to five day a week in classrooms (Home News Here)

Amesbury prepares for possible return to school buildings (Newburyport Daily News)

North Attleboro school reopening plan gets mostly positive reaction (The Sun Chronicle)

Dartmouth schools to begin phased approach to elementary school full return on March 22 (South Coast Today)