This week we’ve been looking at how the pandemic affected students, their lives and their learning. Tonight we hear from teachers. These voices are part of “‘DISRUPTED’ — How COVID Changed Education,” a special report from the PBS NewsHour Student…
The debate is pitting politicians against teachers who have yet to be vaccinated against COVID-19. In Chicago, there's so much rancor that teachers are on the brink of striking.
By Michael Kunzelman, Holly Ramer, Associated Press
As the pandemic drags on, the toll taken on students and teachers, while trying to protect them from infection, has become one of the outbreak's most vexing and intractable challenges. Becky Pringle, president of the National Education Association, the nation's…
By Stephanie Sy
The relatively quick release of the more than 330 boys took place after a prompt response by the government, which appears to have learned from earlier mass school abductions, especially of the Chibok schoolgirls, that did not have such a…
By Carley Petesch, Lekan Oyekanmi, Associated Press
By Sam Olukoya, Associated Press
Nigeria's Boko Haram jihadist rebels have claimed responsibility for the abduction of hundreds of students in one of the largest attacks in years on a boys' school in northern Katsina state.
By Amna Nawaz, Courtney Norris
The past few weeks have represented a back-to-school period like no other in recent memory. How are students, teachers, parents and administrators adapting to an academic year reshaped by the pandemic? We hear directly from some of them, and Daniel…
Millions of students will be relying more heavily on technology this year to access their education. The companies behind these digital platforms will accumulate massive amounts of data as a result. But what about the tools and apps parents deploy…
By Charlotte West, The Hechinger Report
Mental health support, better remote instruction and a focus on vulnerable students -- high schoolers are pressing legislatures and school boards to make their appeals heard.
By Michael Melia, Kantele Franko, Associated Press
Two of the 12 confirmed U.S. cases of novel coronavirus are linked to college campuses.
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