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NPR: A Quiet And ‘Unsettling’ Pandemic Toll: Students Who’ve Fallen Off The Grid

For American families and their children, school is more than just a building. It's a social life and a community, an athletic...

NPR: In Rural America, Fears About The Future Abound As Fewer Students Go To College

A yellow school bus with snow on the roof chugs up to the front door of Bucksport High School in Maine, where...

AP: Infection rates soar in college towns as students return

Just two weeks after students started returning to Ball State University last month, the surrounding county had become Indiana’s coronavirus epicenter.

CNN: Two weeks into college, students must quarantine in dorms after 25 test positive for Covid-19

(CNN) As a first-generation college student, Jennifer Monje worked hard not only to get into school, but she's working hard to stay...

VOA: School Days: Online Classes Reveal Students Without Access to Technology

It’s the end of summer in the US, a time when many families are preparing for the new school year. But with...

VOA: Are Parents, Students Ready to Go Back to School?

Many countries, school administrators and families are facing the troubling problem of when and how to reopen schools. Opening-up the schools with the lingering...

CNN: Here’s what happened when students went to school during the 1918 pandemic

This isn't the first time leaders have struggled with deciding whether to keep schools open in a pandemic. During...

CNN: Some students already started classes. Here’s what we have learned so far about America’s schools in the pandemic

Desks are spaced 6 feet apart, temperature checks are routine and students lunch together in small groups. This overhaul...

TEACHING EFFECTIVELY ONLINE

With a rich history of research and practice in the field of online teaching accompanied by an extensive campus outreach program that...

BBC: Students from Georgia school district in viral photo speak out

After Hannah shared a photo of a crowded hallway at North Paulding High School in Georgia, the school faced national criticism.
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