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Teachers Can Help Students By Being Vaccinated and Wearing Masks

Teachers Can Help Students by Being Vaccinated

Uncertainty about how COVID-19 will affect the classroom continues to plague parents, educators, and kids as the new school year begins. Infection rates continue to rise across the world as the extremely contagious Delta version of COVID-19 makes its way around the world. But teachers can help students by being vaccinated. and by wearing masks. […]

How Our Kids Are Affected by the National Bus Driver Shortage

How Our Kids Are Affected by the National Bus Driver Shortage

Another year, another shortage of school bus drivers has begun the year off poorly for students and their families. Enough adults aren’t available to drive the youngsters home from school every day. In this article, find out how our kids are affected by the national bus driver shortage. My 12-year-old son’s school bus would be […]

How To Deal With Head Lice Without Missing Class

How To Deal With Head Lice Without Missing Class

Parents must take care to safeguard their children from not only COVID-19 but also the common cold, hand, foot, and mouth illness, and head lice now that children are back in school. However, head lice are not nearly as contagious as you may have believed. In this article, you will learn more about how to […]

Study Finds Racial & Gender Gaps in STEM Reflected in TV Shows

Racial & Gender Gaps in STEM

There is a racial and gender gaps in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) programming on television, according to a study in the Journal of Children and Media. Indeed, these results reflect existing disparities in the STEM industries. Every sector of society is making an effort to attract new talent and broaden participation in STEM […]

The Effects of Online Education on Young Learners

The Effects of Online Education on Young Learners

Most students will return to regular, in-person classes in the fall of 2021 after missing nearly a full school year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, many parents are curious about the effects of online education and/or hybrid education on their young learners. Across the country (and the world), most students spend at least some […]