Is your child interested in science, technology, engineering, math, or health phenomena? This New York Times writing contest could be just the thing to enrich the next few weeks of lockdown. The contest is sponsored by The New York Times Learning Network, a service for teachers that offers free resources based on the content of […]
A little intervention can go a long way to equip children with the intellectual tools to acquire learning in adverse conditions.
If you can do nothing else, make time for family reading.
Is your child receiving classroom instruction this fall? If so, congratulations. You must live in an area in which the virus is under control. Is your child thriving with online classes? If the answer is Yes, congratulations to you also. On the other hand, if you have answered No to both questions, you need an […]
No matter how the 2020 election turns out, the inequities of public education are not going to even out for a very long time. The child who can read fluently can still become an educated adult.
Writing has always come first.