For improving online education, a September deadline
“The Coronavirus Has Made It Obvious. Teenagers Should Start School Later” is the headline over a New York Times opinion article by Aaron Carroll, a professor of pediatrics, who reports on a new study in JAMA Pediatrics of 455 high school students at five schools in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area.
Three key steps states can take to make sure remote learning works for everyone
Small-group instruction, both in person and online, can give students needed support
“Washington usually messes it up if they get involved, the way they did with Common Core.”
A sharp question from Justice Thomas: “don’t you think it’s a bit odd that – that things that violate the Establishment Clause, when done in a public school, are not considered religious enough for Free Exercise protection when done in a parochial school?”
“Students don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.”
A new film written and directed by a teacher comes closer to capturing the feel of classroom life than most of its big budget predecessors.
About that law review article that prompted the Harvard Magazine article that created the uproar.
When will in-person school resume? In most places, not for about four months, at the earliest.
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