Tag: School

Is School Safe? Will Districts Test For COVID-19? Answering Back-To-School Questions

AUBREY: Well, kids definitely do get the virus. Overall, they tend not to get as sick

As School Year Approaches, Parents and Educators Struggle with Uncertainty

Dozens of teachers, parents and district leaders around the country told NPR that the back-to-school season

U.S. Pediatricians Call For In-Person School This Fall

The AAP argues that offering elementary school children the opportunity to go to school every day

How Indigenous, Black and POC Educators Envision a Better School Experience

When organizing the series, Ebarvia and Parker asked contributors to pick a date and left the

A School on the Rise Sees Progress Halted by the Pandemic

Early signs were promising. In Beber’s first year, 2018-19, the school’s rating improved to a C,

Taking Dance, Soccer and Other After School Activities Online

Nevertheless, coaches and instructors are finding creative ways of keeping children active and engaged. Weeks in,

A School Transformed From One of NYC's Worst to One of Its Best; Then Coronavirus Happened

There are now more than 5,000 community schools nationwide, according to a recent RAND Corporation report.

The Beat Goes On: High School Choirs Improvise In The Age Of Coronavirus

The resulting video is a huge online success, with 100,000 views and counting. It was picked

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

“Districts that are less resourced might be sharing one psychologist for the entire school district, or

How Starting School At 3 p.m. is Improving Some Teens' Lives and Grades | MindShift

Senior Taylor Burford taps away at her English term paper: a review of a historical fiction