Author: Mind Shift

Unplanned Lessons: What Pandemic Education Has Taught Teachers

Sure, there were days when the WiFi went out, but Bowers took those hurdles one at


A Vaccine For Children Is Not Likely To Be Approved Until The End Of Year

The NIH director also weighed in on the heated fight in states requiring children to wear


How to Choose the Best Face Mask for Your Kids

“I would advise using the most comfortable mask, but at least ensure that it’s a double-layer


Safety, Agency, Connection: Priorities to Help Students Transition Back to School

To prepare for the start of the school year, Vicklund is concentrating on building learning skills.


How Your Kids Can Have Fun Without Stressing You Out

Problem is, many of the practices that stem from these myths are time-consuming, expensive and exhausting


Could Data Science Diversify the STEM Field? Why Courses Designed This Century Feel so Relevant to All Students

“It’s kind of a unique opportunity because there wasn’t a high school data science course before,”


Why Focusing on Healthy Habits, Not Weight Gain, Can Better Help Kids

Instead, Lutz and other experts say parents should focus on they’re supporting healthy habits in their


Middle school students in a cafeteria during lunch

Ashley Park’s experience is not unusual. Over the past two decades, several urban school districts, including


An 8th-Grader Finally Returns To School In Person, Hoping It Lasts

But for Natalie, there’s one thing that has stayed the same: the thrill of going back


If You Think Your Kids Are Eating Mostly Junk Food, A New Study Finds You're Right

During the same two-decade period when the study data was collected, the consumption of unprocessed or