In: July 2021

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Parents also should do all they can to encourage self-reliance. This comes naturally at first: when

Latest News on Coronavirus and Higher Education

Auburn Adds Prizes for Vaccinated Students July 30, 6:20 a.m. Auburn University, fearing low rates of

How Some Districts Are Trying To Get Anxious Families Back Into School Buildings

For Healy and her family, the back-to-school season comes at the end of a year marked

Young Voters Choose Biden by a Nearly 2:1 Margin

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How to Build Students’ Math Confidence With Culturally Sustaining Teaching Practices

According to Yeh, these tests and other teaching techniques that rely on memorization give children a

Latest News on Coronavirus and Higher Education

Edward Waters U Backs Off Vaccine Requirement July 26, 6:16 a.m. Edward Waters University on Friday

When Schools Shut Down In Alaska, These Students Went Moose Hunting

Crow is one of three Alaska Native students — along with Kaylee King and Ethan Lincoln

Young Voters Choose Biden by a Nearly 2:1 Margin

When applied to education, the word “developmental” carries profoundly negative undertones. It’s a synonym for remediation, and

Everyone Should Wear A Mask In Schools, Vaccinated Or Not, U.S. Pediatricians Say

The American Academy of Pediatrics released updated guidance for schools Monday, recommending that all students over

Learner Records: If You Build It, Will They Use It?

By Louis Soares and Amber Garrison Duncan There are nearly 1 million unique credentials offered in