As June arrived in 1865, the Civil War was over. It was more than two years after Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation and six months after the Thirteenth Amendment to the Constitution officially…
Topics: remote learning
Much of education during the coronavirus pandemic has involved screens and technology to keep both teachers and students safe. But one Oregon high school took a different approach.
Looking to the days…
In my many travels to schools before the pandemic and my countless virtual interactions with educators since, I have come to realize that not all educators teach in districts where…
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, violence and racism toward Asian-Americans has dramatically increased, and many people of Asian descent – including students – have been bullied, harassed and attacked…
Topics: NASA, STEM
Scientists have always been reluctant to attribute extreme weather events to climate change. Weather is different from climate, they say, and extreme variations aren’t unusual.
However, climate change…