Fletcher opines a piece on the effects COVID-19 has on at-risk students entering the job force, and the importance of career counselors in their trajectory.
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Teachers and local organizations are pushing for more support for homeless students so that they can successfully stay on track while taking classes.
Artist and vendor Pierre Johnson points out flaws in the education system and how detrimental this can be for students.
Raymond Pyle, who teaches at Moten Elementary school, believes the key to a better education starts with a properly funded community. His classroom goals for students won’t be put into action without proper support.
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K-12 and university students were not the only people forced to transition to remote classes in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The digital divide between those who have access to modern technology and those who do not is even wider for students in adult education programs.
The pilot program began in January and was originally set to end in mid-March, WAMU reported.
Summer is here for school children. No tests, teachers, or homework to get in the way of the all-important nothing that children have been longing to do all year. A time of fun-filled activities and carefree, lazy days.
For 48 hours in early March, Brandi Tuck, a political science and philosophy major at University of Florida, was homeless.
Instead of taking a traditional spring break trip to the beach, Tuck and other members of the school’s Alternative Breaks Program came to Washington to participate in the Urban Plunge Program.