October 22, 2020
Shai Fuxman
Protecting students from COVID-19 is critical to students' health and well-being, but so is helping them develop and maintain friendships.
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April 22, 2020
As we celebrate International Book and Copyright Day on April 23, we reflect on the fact that many families lack the appropriate materials for their children to continue learning at home.
Simon James
April 21, 2020
In an age when the pace of technological innovation continues to accelerate, it is increasingly difficult to identify what skills will be relevant 5 years from now—let alone 50.
Burton Granofsky
April 14, 2020
With schools closed for the foreseeable future due to COVID-19, parents have the starring role in their children’s formal education—supporting their learning, managing their “classroom” behaviors, and keeping them physically active.
Shai Fuxman
April 8, 2020
Colleges and universities across the country have shifted from in-person to virtual classrooms due to COVID-19, and this post...
Zoe Baptista
April 7, 2020
If there is any message of hope coming out of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is that prevention is a frontline defender against premature illness and death.
David Offensend
April 7, 2020
The need for social distancing is also impacting health workers’ ability to deliver critical services to people living with HIV.
Alisha Keirstead
April 2, 2020
What does parenting a near-adult in the midst of a pandemic look like?
Melanie Adler
March 31, 2020
With widespread school closures, educators and district leaders are working non-stop to ensure all students have access to learning opportunities and other services that schools provide, like free lunch—all while taking steps to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Julie Riordan
March 30, 2020
Today’s coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) has parallels with West Africa’s Ebola outbreak six years ago. In both instances, the virus spread from isolated cases to thousands, resulting in quarantines and shutdowns of public gatherings and schools.
Lisa Hartenberger-Toby