Day: June 22, 2020

Part of Global Trend, 1 in 3 U.S. High Schoolers Felt Disconnected From School Before Pandemic – Inside School Research

As millions of children worldwide wait for their schools to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic, the United Nations finds many countries—the United States included—could face an uphill road to find, include, and engage their most vulnerable students after classes restart.

“Even before the crisis, we knew that almost 260 million children and young people around the world were not in education,” said Manos Antoninis, director of the  United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization’s Global Education Monitoring Report, released today. “And now, when we think about COVID-19, the question globally is whether some of those students who were in

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Virtual Learning Resources from Ask, Listen, Learn and Discovery Education Spark Important Conversations at Home about the Prevention of Underage Drinking

Digital Tools for Families Grow Students’ Confidence to Say “NO” to Underage Drinking

Parents are the leading influence on their kid’s decision to drink – or not to drink – alcohol.  As summer approaches, educators can support parents with a diverse array of digital resources now available from Ask, Listen, Learn and Discovery Education to initiate conversations that help students say “YES” to a healthy lifestyle and “NO” to underage drinking.

In partnership with Discovery Education, Ask, Listen, Learn provides digital resources for communities to learn about the impacts of alcohol on the developing brain. Encouraging informative and engaging conversations

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