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Remote School Struggles: Helping Parents Cope

Remote School Struggles: Helping Parents Cope

As we continue to combat the health crisis and navigate the unorthodox and at times disorganized COVID-19 vaccination roll-out, many parents are wondering what the future holds. For months, parents of school-aged children have been faced with extreme pressure. As we are sure you are acutely aware, some are coping
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Unplugged Overcoming the Digital Divide

Unplugged: Overcoming the Digital Divide

As our homes have transformed into our offices, daycare centers, and classrooms, it can feel difficult to disconnect from the all-pervasive technology that creeps into every aspect of life. But while most of us are on our devices 24/7 to get work done quickly and efficiently, it’s easy to take
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Community College Crisis: Enrollment Challenges

Community College Crisis: Enrollment Challenges

In many economic downturns, cost-conscious families turn to more financially feasible options. With the average cost of college enrollment now climbing over $41,000 a year, community college is an accessible alternative, especially as travel restrictions mean more young people staying closer to home. But new research released in December 2020
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Students Wearing Masks in Class

Learning Legal Liability: Covid-19 Risks

Even if science was your favorite subject in school, it’s hard to keep track of the constantly updating Covid-19 statistics and charts. And as science class taught us, there is a flurry of factors that can ultimately contribute to you being exposed to or contracting a contagious virus like Covid-19.
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College Students with Masks

Hectic Holiday Headache for Higher Education

This Thanksgiving break week, students will honor the longstanding tradition of packing up their laptops, books and duffle bags and heading home by carpool, bus or plane. From loud, bustling arenas of study and socializing, campuses will transform into quiet and empty dorms, cafeteria halls and libraries. Students will look
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