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STAT: The Readout Loud
TECHNOLOGY IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST
IDEAS | Kelly Chan
Northeastern made it through its first two weeks. Can it last all semester?
The university has put us students in position to learn in person. Now we have to ensure it lasts.
IDEAS | Michael Weiner
Online college classes are disturbingly quiet
This is a bad time for students to stay silent. But that’s happening in my tedious remote lessons.
The country needs school disciplinary reform
Black girls are disciplined and suspended at far higher rates than white girls, and disproportionately fill the school-to-prison pipeline as a result. It’s time for Congress to do something about it.
Spikes in COVID cases spark concerns beyond campuses
As colleges grapple with outbreaks of COVID-19, readers want the wider communities' concerns taken into account.
IDEAS | Greg M. Epstein
Half the reason for college is missing now
It’s the most underappreciated problem facing education this fall: the absence of non-academic student activities that give rise to new connections and ideas.
IDEAS | Régine Jean-Charles
I’ve adjusted my classroom for two pandemics
Muffled by her mask yet inspired by the summer of protest, a BC professor adapts to a school year unlike any other.
At heart of ex-principal’s case: the rights of students with disabilities
"Privileged parents have always expended enormous energy to exclude children with disabilities from public school classrooms. It’s an insidious and largely invisible form of discrimination."
College students need a bailout
The pandemic has reduced the quality of higher education, though many students are still paying sky-high costs. Colleges — and the government — should fix that.
Gina M. Raimondo
It’s time to get serious about the skills crisis in America
If we don’t take bold action, we risk millions of Americans who are temporarily out of work transitioning into long-term unemployment.
Is Zoom kindergarten really possible?
For kindergarten kids, it’s all new, anyway. They have no prior experience to measure against what they will navigate this year. And that should comfort worried parents.