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COVID-19

You’re not imagining it – 3 ways COVID-19 has been extra hard on American parents

For parents during the pandemic, juggling hasn’t been an option: It’s both work and family, all the time. damircudic/E+ via Getty Images Steven Greene, North Carolina State University and Laurel Elder, Hartwick College For over a year, Americans have been struggling with the challenges imposed on them by the global coronavirus pandemic. While all Americans

Education

Survey: Even as schools reopen, many students learn remotely

Large numbers of students are not returning to the classroom even as more schools reopen for full-time, in-person learning, according to a survey released Wednesday by the Biden administration. The findings reflect a nation that has been locked in debate over the safety of reopening schools during the coronavirus pandemic. Even as national COVID-19 rates

Education

Push to reopen schools could leave out millions of students

President Joe Biden says he wants most schools serving kindergarten through eighth grade to reopen by late April, but even if that happens, it is likely to leave out millions of students, many of them minorities in urban areas. “We’re going to see kids fall further and further behind, particularly low-income students of color,” said

Opinion

Opinion: Republicans Shouldn’t Rely on Public Education System

With September around the corner, American students should be preparing for a return to school. But, across the country, their education has been sabotaged by Democrats and their union allies. In New Jersey, Gov. Phil Murphy initially pushed for in-person classes, only to reverse his decision after the state’s teachers unions lobbied for all-remote learning. As union

Education

School Reopening Survey: 55% of Parents Want In-Person Learning

WalletHub today released a nationally representative School Reopening Survey, which found that 55 percent of parents want their children to learn in person. Some parents can’t stay home. 32 percent of parents are not able to work remotely. Mixed feelings on teacher compensation. Almost 1 in 4 parents think that teachers who work remotely should

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