What is it going to take to get all kids back in school? That’s the topic of this post, written by David Rubin, Meredith Matone and Susan Coffin — who are faculty members at PolicyLab at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia — and Meira Levinson, a faculty member at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education.
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Help students understand that they can do what they love for a career, so that it never feels like
The Education Department did not respond to a query about the issue. The department did not announce the decision to drop the rule but put it in an update Wednesday about the Cares Act. The department said that the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia had ordered the rule vacated on Friday, Sept. 4, and that, therefore, the rule “is no longer in effect.”
Lawmakers from both parties said that most of the Cares Act’s K-12 education funding was intended to be distributed to public and private elementary and secondary schools using a formula based on how many
Planning for higher education can be a challenge for any family. Between Applications, essays, and tours, it can be a very stressful process. A crucial part of preparing for college is planning for the financial burden of paying for the type of higher education the student is most interested in.
The cost of higher education in the United States continues to rise, tripling over the last 50 years. As many colleges transition to online education for the fall semester, technology needs only add to the costs for many students. Today the average yearly costs of
Annett said she wrote this piece one morning amid repeated failed attempts to log in to the student portal. She eventually got in, but recently, she said, the password mysteriously reset and she needed the help of a patient and kind school administrator to fix it.
Annett’s work has appeared in the New York Times, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, Real Simple, the Rumpus, Good Housekeeping and many other places. She has a book forthcoming in 2021 titled, “I am ‘Why Do I Need Venmo?’ Years Old.”
This piece circulates on Facebook every semester among her friends and was published on the
According to the Food and Drug Administration, 5 million youth in the United States currently use e-cigarettes: 1 in 4 high school students (27.5%) and 1 in 10 middle school students (10.5%). Vaping increases a person’s chance of experiencing complications from upper respiratory illnesses and some researchers believe there exists a relationship between vaping and COVID-19 patients.
As students return to school in in both virtual and in-person environments, it is critical to continue to take time to talk to students about the importance of a healthy lifestyle. For help, turn to the no cost digital tools from Be
During the summer, I will be sharing thematic posts bringing together responses on similar topics from the past nine years. You can see all those collections from the first eight years here.
Here are the ones I’ve posted so far:
New Middle School Resources Now Available in Discovery Education Experience
Centered on the role of technology in building a more sustainable world, the all new AT&T Sustainability Channel found exclusively in Discovery Education Experience provides standards-aligned resources to help introduce middle school students to the concept of environmental sustainability. The suite of new resources includes two career profiles and two “anywhere” student activities.
Nature’s Source of Clean Energy invites students to discuss the need to transition to renewable energy sources, and then role-play as residents from different parts of the country deciding if they should