Over summer break, kids may lose up to 25 percent of what they learned during the school year.
Homewood kids earn babysitting certification – and parental peace of mind – via virtual Red Cross coursePosted on: June 30, 2020
Data shows that eight in 10 parents would pay more for children who are trained and certified to babysit.
Teachers and parents are finding the best ways to use digital technology for effective learning, real communication and meaningful assessment.
"The repeated denigration of my race has revealed to me that at Fox Chapel, I am a second-class citizen at best, and a strange, ugly foreigner at worst."
These innovative learning organizations are teaching kids practical and social emotional skills for life.
Many parents face challenges bigger than having a “playful” home. Yet, a lot can be done even in small spaces.
Many people expected that remote learning because of coronavirus was sub-par, but preliminary numbers showing learning declined dramatically. Educators and parents are hoping that instead of a summer learning slide, kids can start making up what they lost already. Learning from a computer… without a classroom, teachers and classmates… was not a substitute for the...
“Even though they’re resilient, kids still need support.”
The movement to redesign learning assessments has been building a quiet momentum.
“When you learn, you become a star. But when you teach, you become a constellation.”
"More than ever, schools need partners—inside and outside the building—who share and shape their vision.
Learn how you can get into a healthy headspace and keep your family safe, cared for and happy.
With nursing homes closed to visitors, these kids found a way to make a difference.
"There’s a sense of hope that this is an opportunity to create a future that we want to see.”