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The Vaccination Dilemma| April 19, 2021
Should colleges mandate Covid-19 shots? Encourage? Incentivize? All of the above?
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Can College Predictive Models Survive the Pandemic?| April 16, 2021
Though many are eager to forget 2020, data scientists will be keeping the year top of mind as we determine whether the pandemic’s impact makes 2020 data anomalous or an indication of more permanent change in higher ed…
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The Campus After COVID No. 1| April 8, 2021
The pandemic recovery may involve reimagining campuses with unused spaces as community hubs and large-scale resource centers, writes Mike Aziz…
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The Campus After COVID No. 2| April 8, 2021
Unlike those with excess space, some colleges haven’t had access to enough affordable property, writes Michael Tyre. The pandemic has provided a once-in-a-generation opportunity to expand…
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Where the schools aren’t reopening: What one district’s decision says about the challenges ahead for America’s schools| March 28, 2021
Angela Grier is determined to give her daughter Marnina the one thing she wants more than anything: an eighth grade graduation ceremony, in person….
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The 6-Foot Covid Rule Is Keeping Kids Out of Class| March 17, 2021
Easing the outdated CDC guideline would help get students back to school…
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Families Face Steep Truancy Fines, Contentious Court Battles As Pandemic Creates School Attendance Barriers| March 17, 2021
It was the Monday morning before Thanksgiving when a police officer showed up on Tracie Higgins’s doorstep and handed a $439 fine to her teenage son for missing too many days of remote school during the pandemic…
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Good Grades, Stressed Students| March 17, 2021
They struggled with online learning last fall, but not always in the ways you might expect…
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How the Trump Administration’s Data Failure Has Kept Schools Closed| March 12, 2021
School leaders asked for a nationwide data system to track coronavirus cases and school closures. The Department of Education wouldn’t create one…
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3 strategies for helping students in crisis return to school| March 9, 2021
Response plans and evidence-based de-escalation techniques can better support struggling students compared to punitive measures, experts say…
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Tears, sleepless nights and small victories: How first-year teachers are weathering the crisis| March 9, 2021
The first year of teaching was already known for the “phenomenon of tears.” For rookie teachers during a crisis year, the stress was overwhelming…
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As NYC Moves to Reopen High Schools in Two Weeks, Students Are Both Torn About Returning and Weary of Staying Home| March 9, 2021
Edward Acosta couldn’t help but notice when the number of teenagers in four of his classes started to dwindle…
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