Tag: Year

After A Year Of Remote Classes, Teachers Are Meeting Students For The First Time

Leslie Montufar, a sophomore in Jeffords’ class, remembers her first day well; she was just as


A Year Of School Like No Other: How A Teacher, A Student And A Parent Have Coped

For Nelson, the separation was heartbreaking: “You’re not a teacher if you can’t be with your


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


FAFSA Applications Are Open. Here's How To Fill It Out This Year

Lots of schools determine financial aid on a rolling basis, so you could hear back in


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


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


Reflections On A Lost Senior Year With Hope For The Future

The coronavirus pandemic has caused many high school graduations to be replaced with virtual, drive-in and


With Senior Year In Disarray, Teens And Young Adults Feel Lost. Here's How To Help

Teens are suffering from missing out on these experiences and the opportunity for connecting with their


Focusing on the Fifth Year to Help Students Graduate

“They still get a diploma, which is a good thing,” Rumberger said. “And it kind of


Seven Strategies to Keep Students Motivated All Year Long | MindShift

It’s easy to overlook the most important step in any teaching strategy: build a positive class