– Data Covid-19 USA – Federal stimulus dollars are dedicated to helping students recover from virtual schooling. Many districts are spending some of that money on virtual tutoring.
– Data Covid-19 USA – Chicago teachers have voted to go remote. Other unions are agitating for change. For Democrats, who promised to keep schools open, the tensions are a distinctly unwelcome development.
Chicago teachers have voted to go remote. Other unions are agitating for change. For Democrats, who promised to keep schools open, the tensions are a distinctly unwelcome development.
Two dozen interviews with parents, educators and students revealed a range of opinions about whether schools should remain open. But most said the return to classrooms had been bumpy.
While city officials clash with the teachers’ union over how to return to classrooms amid Omicron, families around Chicago reflect on the pandemic’s effects on their children.
Two days after winter break, union members were preparing to vote on whether they would refuse to report to school buildings.
Some want classrooms to stay open through the surge; others are desperate for a remote option. For nearly all, it’s an agonizing situation.
After an unrelenting spike in cases, a small but growing list of districts — including Newark, Atlanta, Milwaukee and Cleveland — moved temporarily to remote learning.
Discord users from 12 to 23 years old describe how they use the messaging site, which has boomed during the pandemic.
Amid the pandemic, the union leader Randi Weingarten is stuck between outraged parents and burnt-out teachers.
Desperate to keep teachers, some districts have turned to remote teaching for one day a week — and sometimes more. Families have been left scrambling to find child care.
- Alltagsrassismus in Ostdeutschland Anfeindungen auf offener Straße, abwertende Blicke: Rassismus scheint in Ostdeutschland ein noch größeres Problem zu sein, als im Westen.