In the Fall of the year 2020, students will learn how to troubleshoot on a computer. This is a skill that they’ll use for the rest of their lives. Because of the way one must learn how to work with a computer, and fix issues with a computer, they’ll become
When COVID-19 threatened to disrupt USC’s family ties and sense of connection this semester, experts in USC Information Technology Services quickly stepped in.
They had to provide a virtual space online where Trojan students, faculty, staff and alumni could get together while they stayed physically apart. And they had to
Governor Tom Wolf has announced a $15 million program to help schools in Pennsylvania fund high-speed internet platforms and remote learning.
The money is part of the funding from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act, or CARES Act, which was dispersed to support states during the COVID-19 pandemic.
CLEVELAND, Ohio – Spectrum, a telecommunications company, is unveiling a cable broadband plan that provides another option for households with students needing high-speed Internet for at-home classes during the coronavirus pandemic.
It’s called “Stay Connected K-12” and it would cost
Two Georgia high school teachers who recently started their year online decided they would not let the changes of school this fall hold them — or their students — down.
So they made a hype video about it.
Audrianna Williams and Callie Evans are teachers at Monroe Comprehensive High School
Matielyn Jones, a mom of two from Georgia, did everything she could to help her school-age son succeed as he navigates remote learning this semester — investing in a new laptop, desk and chair so he could be as prepared as possible to succeed in his virtual classes.
going back to school in the traditional sense may be entirely off the table. And regardless of how old your children are, navigating these uncertain times have proven to be a hellish nightmare we wish we could wake up from challenging to say the least. While some families are setting
Ted Richardson/getty images Students returned to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has announced it will be shifting to remote learning after coronavirus cases among students soared just one week into the new school year.
The announcement came on Monday,
As schools across the United States reopen for the 2020-21 school year either completely online or with an online learning option amid continuing concerns about COVID-19, a lot of parents are finding themselves supervising their children’s school days.
The thought of being responsible for their children’s academic experiences is daunting
Traci Wells was at a school board meeting when she found out the springtime balancing act between her job and helping her children with online schooling would stretch into the fall.
“I was like, I cannot do six more months of this,” says Wells, a mother of four, who is
(Bloomberg Opinion) — Q: Nearly every state in the country ordered schools closed last spring, and tens of millions of public-school students will continue learning online this fall. The question on the minds of many Americans is, how can we promote remote learning that actually works for all students?
If you’re a parent of one of the estimated 57 million U.S. students returning to elementary, middle or high school, they might be learning from home – at least to start – to help quell the spread of COVID-19.
University and community college students may be in a similar situation.
In the 15 years he’s been teaching, high school literature teacher Jude Mirambeau has never faced a school year like the past one. In March, as the COVID-19 pandemic spread, his state of Florida, which is home to some of the largest school districts in the nation, shuttered its schools
With many schools across the country either closed or operating under a hybrid model to prevent the spread of COVID-19, students and their guardians alike are bracing themselves for a fall semester of distance learning — and consequently,
WASHINGTON — When Shy Rodriguez heard about one of the hottest trends in education during the pandemic — “learning pods,” where parents
The 2020-2021 school year will soon begin the way it ended in South Florida: online.
And while your child may be temporarily learning through a computer screen instead of in a classroom, that doesn’t mean you should delay a trip to the doctor.
All public and private schoolchildren from kindergarten
Many of the nation’s 57 million K-12
HARFORD COUNTY, MD — The Harford County Board of Education approved administrators’ proposal to hold the first semester online while also establishing in-person learning centers. The plan presented by Harford County Public Schools Superintendent Sean Bulson was approved, 8-1.
The dissenting vote came from Tamera Rush, who represents Council District