Author: Mind Shift

Young People Struggle To Keep Friends Close As Pandemic Pulls Them Apart

For Fritschel and Wang, a crucial part of their dynamic prior to the pandemic was being


How Some Mistakes Can be Generative for Teachers and Students Alike

Mistakes are not the only things that vary. The impact changes too. “It’s not just that


Overhead view of young mother working on computer with her son sitting in her lap during the day.

Perhaps more than anything, Miller says, the pandemic laid bare the need for public policy initiatives


"The Price You Pay for College" by Ron Lieber helps families understand the real cost of college

You don’t pay that list price because most families get aid — or as you call


Toddler reaches towards camera. Doctors worry about infant brain development during pandemic. Supporting parents will support children.

Scientists knew all of that before the coronavirus sent rates of unemployment, hunger, depression and anxiety


Teachers Union Head: Examples Of Success And Trust Key To Reopening Schools

Many teachers are scared of contracting and spreading the virus. Not all places have prioritized teachers


More Counselors, Summer School And Other Bold Ideas To Help Students Catch Up

“The data on the amount of unfinished instruction that students will have from school closures is


Home Visits, Deliveries and Care Can Help Students Who've Disappeared From Online Learning

Doyen says after just a few weeks of classes this fall, the school saw that dozens


Strategies for Retaining Teachers of Color and Making Schools More Equitable

However, schools can develop solutions to better retain these teachers by confronting systemic issues related to


Africa's Hit Science Show For Kids Is Coming To The U.S.

The show is called N*Gen (pronounced “engine), or Next Generation Television. N*Gen first aired on Ugandan