Making Up for Lost Time: Many Schools Turn to Tutoring to Help Reverse Pandemic Learning Disruptions
With help from high-dose tutoring, students can make up for the instructional time that was lost due to the pandemic.
School Counselors Just Want to Do Their Job
Since the start of the pandemic, school counselors have been tasked with extra duties that make it harder for them to address students' mental health needs.
For Some Black Students, COVID-19 Is Spurring Interest in Health Care Careers
The struggles and losses of the pandemic have highlighted the importance of health care and the need for diversity in the medical field.
Supporting Black Students’ Wellness Amid Mounting Challenges
School leaders share how they’re supporting Black youths’ mental health and wellness.
Working With My Hands Is My Self-care
A Black educator who has taught for almost 30 years explains the importance of self-care for K–12 teachers.
Everything Feels Impossible, but We Educators Keep Going for Our Students
Educators need more support to deal with ongoing challenges related to the coronavirus and political strife.
Creating Safe and Supportive Schools for Students with Disabilities During Delta
Three experts discuss the Delta variant’s impact on students with special health care needs and share what families and educators need to know.
Culturally Responsive Support Is Key When College and COVID-19 Collide
The Covid-19 pandemic is threatening years of gains in college enrollment and high school graduation rates for Latinx students.
Who Do We Consider Expendable When It Comes to COVID-19 and Schools?
As a new academic year starts, administrators need to remain vigilant to issues of equity and disparities in vaccine access amid the ongoing pandemic.