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Schools Are Adding Counselors. But Can They Make the Gains Permanent?

For years now, there’s been a growing push to provide more and better counseling services to students at all levels of the public school...

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What Is the True Cost of a 1:1 Device Program? One State’s Careful Rollout Offers a Look

As summer vacation winds down, thousands of devices—including Chromebooks, iPads, and laptops—are in the care of school district IT departments. There, the devices have...

Teaching Broke My Heart. That's Why I Resigned.

As I rolled into the school parking lot, I ran through the day’s to-do list in my head. I have to submit data from...

Students’ Physical and Mental Health Declined During the Pandemic. Could a New Telehealth Initiative Help?

Hope that school might return to normal in the fall is quickly dimming as new COVID-19 variants threaten to pummel communities throughout the country...

Monkey Pox – Another endemic?

The world was having a sigh of relief after having vaccinated a majority of the population. The leaders felt it would act as a...

In ‘The Stolen Year,’ Anya Kamenetz Looks For Who To Blame During Pandemic. Is It All Of Us?

History is supposed to guide us toward a better future; at least, that’s the argument for Anya Kamanetz’s new book "The Stolen Year: How...

Congress Bailed Out the Airline Industry. Why Won’t It Do the Same for Child Care?

Air travel has now surpassed its pre-pandemic level. Resorts and hotels are overflowing with guests again. Indeed, many parts of our economy are not...
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The Pandemic Put Student Poverty in Plain Sight

“He called me a ‘bitch’ and then kicked my door in when I tried to shut it.” I’m sitting at my desk listening...

If You Have Meat In Your Freezer, You May Be At Risk For COVID

There’s a new source of COVID risk, this time, from an unexpected place. New research shows that the coronavirus can survive for more than...

It Is Time to Rethink Student Supports in Schools

School isn’t just about academics. That’s perhaps the clearest lesson that emerged from the pandemic when it comes to education.To be a place where...

With Stressed-Out Students in Challenging Times, Faculty Must Embrace Caring Practices

In the bad-old days of college teaching, especially in technical subjects, professors would stand before a classroom of freshmen and say, “Look to the...

Principals Are on the Brink of a Breakdown

Principals, in many schools, are seen as the person responsible for the mental health and well-being of their staff, serving as sounding boards and...

How Hand Gesture Recognition Software Helps Businesses Thrive

If you feel you can only communicate with computers using your mouse, keyboard, touches, and voice, it's time to wake up and face the...
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