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