Most schools around the country have not truly reopened, and many will continue offering virtual learning far into the school year.
The longer children remain at home, the more likely working moms must quit their jobs for childcare, setting back careers and financial wellbeing for years.
With the news that many Ivy League schools are increasing tuition despite only offering online classes, there is never a better time than now to just say ‘no.’
Back in a community of people who are making sacrifices, taking precautions, and looking out for each other in the midst of a continued national panic, I feel the safest I have all year.
On Wednesday, the White House held an event discussing school reopenings with mothers, teachers, doctors, politicians, and subject-matter experts.
‘If people want to talk about systemic racism and the marginalization of minorities,’ a single mother in California told The Federalist, ‘this is it.’
The pressure to reopen schools is on everywhere now that New York is doing it. This means something else big: Their hard opposition to school reopenings is politically devastating for Democrats.
School administrators ‘have concerns that [private tutoring pods] may widen the gap in educational access and equity for all students,’ a memo from Fairfax County schools said.
‘We find ourselves agreeing with Donald Trump for the first time in four years about reopening schools, [and] somehow you guys found a way to make it all happen.’
Ask the people in our immigrant community why we moved to the United States, and hear again and again: ‘For the kids.’ Yet here we are, failing them in one of the most important ways.
The world’s largest publisher and distributor of books to kids, which hosts the No. 1-visited site for U.S. elementary school teachers, has gone full-on woke. You won’t believe the garbage they’re selling to public schools.
As high school and college students prepare to head back to school, they’re set to enter a lion’s den of anti-American, leftist indoctrination. Here are eight books conservative students need to balance their politicized fare.
Although smartphones have largely mollified students’ destructive energy, they have also smothered their creative energy and shaved off their humanity.
Failing to meet expected test growth targets does not affect my fifth grade students in any real way, and they and their families know it.
Parent emails, difficult administration, limited pay raise potential, the looming threat of strikes — why would one choose to enter such a field?
For us, the first day of college felt almost like the first day of kindergarten, as we stepped back from being the primary directors of our child’s studies and daily schedule.
The state’s landmark legislation aims to protect religious expression, even as we see a national decrease in religious freedoms in public education.
For two or three days per week, students come together to a building, attend classes with regular teachers, and have classmates. The rest of the week, the students work on their own at home.
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