Author: Mind Shift

How a Program Can Help Students Re-enter School After a Mental Health Crisis

I had very few answers, and I felt ill prepared to guide them through the year


Some 'Learning Hubs' Offer Free Child Care And Learning — But Only For A Lucky Few

The city of New York has pledged to create 100,000 spots; San Francisco, 6,000. The YMCA


'I'm Only 1 Person': Teachers Feel Torn Between Their Students And Their Own Kids

We heard these feelings echoed from all over the United States. In places like El Paso,


A Growing Demand For Wilderness Education May Widen Learning Inequality

Asher spent three weeks at Earthwork camp this summer, with the kids all in masks and


We’re All New This Year: How Advice for Rookie Teachers Can Help Everyone During Virtual Learning

The basic rookie problem, she explained, is a combination of exhaustion, high sensitivity about making mistakes


How Families are Pushing Schools to Teach Reading Skills More Effectively

As an adult, and throughout her childhood, Williams learned how to compensate for her inability to


The Pandemic Has Researchers Worried About Teen Suicide

“Teenagers are in a developmental space where it is critically important that they have regular contact


Math Anxiety Is Real. Here's How To Help Your Child Avoid It

We sat down with Rosemarie Truglio, the senior vice president of curriculum and content at Sesame


College Is Important. So Is Mental Health. Here's How To Study Without Burning Out

2. Get a planner and actually use it. You’ll have a lot going on in college,


How Remote Learning's Distractions Put Extra Pressure On Students With ADHD

Even so, working with her own child was tough. “It was a different environment for him,