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I like yoga and Birkenstocks. I order overpriced lattes at my favorite local cafe on the weekends – with oat milk, of course, because I’m a vegan. I have strong opinions on fine art and an intense commitment to my houseplants. I talk a lot about astrology, and honestly, I believe in it a bit. …

US News & World Report today announced its ranking of the best online college programs, with Florida schools ranking top in several categories. The 10th edition of the online ranking was based on different criteria than the General School Ranking released in September, as online learners tend to be older and not attending university for …

When the COVID-19 pandemic forced schools across the country to switch to distance learning, the depth of the digital divide in our country was exposed. In Texas, we found that 1.8 million K-12 public school students lacked Wi-Fi connectivity and one in four students did not have a computer or tablet. to access online learning. …

123rf By Bob Onder Since schools first closed in-person classes last spring, many families have found themselves frustrated and their children struggling as their local schools attempt to provide online learning. These families deserve to know that they have a viable alternative: they can access national virtual education programs for free. Unfortunately, a systems-oriented attitude …

Coronavirus cases are on the rise and fears have once again forced people to stay indoors. After a record number of hospitalizations and deaths, states have closed schools and students are once again using distance learning. The United States took just 10 days this year to hit 2.2 million coronavirus cases from 2 million, giving …

There is nothing – and I mean nothing – more mind-boggling on this earth than educational data. Do not believe me ? Answer this question: Your country hums, as usual, when a global pandemic knocks on your door. Thinking that it might be a good idea to make sure your children are safe, you close …