Dr. Goldson discusses the complex plan to return students and teachers to the classroom.
Tags: CEO, Covid, Dr. Monica Goldson, education, In-Person Learning, Prince George's County Public Schools
Discussion about the county’s COVID-19 and vaccine response and other issues.
Tags: COVID-19, education, Prince George's County Council Chair Calvin Hawkins, Prince George's County Council Chair Calvin Hawkins on COVID-19 and Vaccine Response, Reopening schools
How are children doing after all of this time learning from home?
Tags: COVID-19, Dr. Lavanya Sithanandam, education, Lisa Lake, Pediatrician, Reopening Schools During The Pandemic
News of the attack is everywhere and hard for children not to see.
Tags: 4th Grade Teacher, Attack on Capitol Hill, Christina Wren, education, Ford's Theatre Oratory Fellow, Giani Clarkson, Middle School Teacher, Nationally-Ranked Historian, Parenting, Prince George's County Schools
WTU President Elizabeth Davis talks about the challenges of reopening schools in DC during the pandemic.
Tags: COVID-19, education, Elizabeth Davis, Theresa Mitchell-Dudley, Washington Teachers' Union
How do you talk to your children about the language of Election 2020?
Tags: Children, education, Election 2020, Giani Clarkson, Parenting
DCPS Chancellor talks about the new school year under the distance learning policies.
Tags: COVID-19, DCPS, distance learning, Dr. Lewis Ferebee, education
Dr. Monica Goldson answers questions about reopening school for the 2020-2021 school year.
Tags: COVID-19, Dr. Monica Goldson, education, Prince George's County Schools, Public School Education During The Pandemic
Teachers returned to a Georgia school district last week. 260 employees have already gone home to quarantine.
Tags: coronavirus, Covid, education, Georgia, schools, teachers
We examine what has happened and what parents and children can do to slow the summer educational slide and get back on track.
Tags: Charlotte Avery, coronavirus, COVID-19, distance learning, Dr. Dawn Williams, education, Howard university school of education, Parenting
Specifics are expected in a news conference today at 5pm.
Tags: coronavirus, COVID-19, Dr. Karen Salmon, education, Governor Larry Hogan, School reopening
Last week Chancellor, Dr. Lewis Ferebee and the mayor outlined a hybrid option but plan to wait until the end of the month.
Tags: Cheryl Bost, coronavirus, COVID-19, DC Teachers' Union And Maryland Education Assoc. Talk School Reopening, DCPS, Dr. Lewis Ferebee, education, Elizabeth Davis, Mayor Muriel Bowser, Washington Teachers' Union
Chancellor Ferebee released several hybrid proposals for school opening for all school age groups.
Tags: Chancellor Lewis Ferebee, coronavirus, COVID-19, DC Delays Final Decision on '20-'21 School Year, education
How are teachers working and coping amid the COVID-19 pandemic?
Tags: Azel Prather, coronavirus, COVID-19, Crunchy Life book series, distance learning, education, Glen Mourning, teachers
April is Autism Awareness Month
Tags: Autism Awareness Month, coronavirus, COVID-19, education
Schools will also close three weeks early on May 29th.
Tags: coronavirus, COVID-19, DC Mayor Muriel Bowser, DC Schools to Stay Closed for the Rest of Academic Year, DCPS, distance learning, education
Daily meal pick-up moves to twice per week
Tags: coronavirus, COVID-19, education, PGPS, Prince George's County Public Schools, School Meal Pick-Up
Advice for parent when there children are force to stay home because of the coronavirus shutdown.
Tags: Children, Coronovirus, COVID-19, Dr. Marilyn Mcpherson-Corder, education, Head of School, Howard University Middle School of Mathematics and Science, Howard University School of Medicine, Kathryn Procope, Parenting, Pediatrician
A child advocate and rape crisis expert discuss sex assault allegations against child and how the issue should be addressed.
Tags: #MeToo movement, Black Boys, Charles County Public Schools, education, Parenting, sexual assault
Hearing On Ways To Improve Maryland Schools
Tags: education, General Assembly, Kirwan Commission, Maryland Legislative Session
Community leaders and educators discuss MLK Day and education service projects.
Tags: books, Day of Service, education, Felecia Owo-Grant, FRiendship Woodridge International School, Martin Luther King Day, Rosie Allen-Herring, The United Way
Teachers discuss violence, students and safety in the classroom
Tags: education, John Simms, Kimberly Worthy, richard wright public charter school, schools, teacher, teachers, violence