As they struggle to salvage some semblance of a campus experience this fall, U.S. colleges are requiring promises from students to help contain the coronavirus — no keg parties, no long road trips and no outside guests on campus.
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina lawmakers on Thursday unanimously approved a coronavirus relief bill that sends federal money approved by Congress in December to schools for reopening, public health officials distributing the vaccine and residents struggling to pay their rent.
New data from the National Survey of Children’s Health shows that children who participate in, and benefit from, special education programs across the U.S. do so at different rates, depending on their race.
Earlier this week the Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) announced its newest initiative, the Latin American and Latinx Art Fund which will be focused on supporting the Latino community of artists that are changing the face of art in Miami.
Studies have shown that beyond helping with creativity and fun, arts education can help children retain and learn other subjects in school as well. But New York Times reports that arts education funding is under threat across the U.S. as it is often the first class to be considered during budget cuts.
Despite producing the majority of the country’s black students with degrees in STEM, historically black colleges and universities barely see investments and donations when compared to other universities and colleges.
PHOENIX (AP) — Samuel Lavi knew he’d have to find unique ways to stay connected to refugee families when the coronavirus pandemic shut down Valencia Newcomer School. Parents and students speak more than a dozen languages, and they’d need help navigating the technology around remote learning.
The US Department of Education released a new report revealing wages for preschool teachers are drastically lower compared to wages of educators for K-12, despite studies proving the impact of early education for cognitive development.
According to researchers at Yale University, studies have found that women in STEM are less likely to be promoted as lead researchers simply because they haven’t received recognition throughout their career as frequently as male scientists.