Reading Time: 6 minutes I know that distance learning isn’t perfect. But at least it doesn’t kill children.
Reading Time: 13 minutes Undocumented students face greater challenges than ever in their pursuit of postsecondary education.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Reopening could set the US back months in the fight against COVID-19. How can parents, teachers, and students be supported while schools stay closed?
Reading Time: 9 minutes The coronavirus puts a strain on an already fraying housing market. With no relief in sight, residents try to hang onto their homes. Can inclusionary zoning help?
Reading Time: 14 minutes Tell me whom you infected. Three months working as a COVID-19 contact tracer taught me lessons on how to tackle the virus. Bottom line: there is no magic bullet.
Reading Time: 7 minutes Could minimum staffing requirements improve outcomes for hospital patients, while easing the burden on nurses?
Reading Time: 5 minutes Despite 45 percent of US COVID-19 fatalities having occurred in nursing homes or long-term care facilities, some states are passing legislation that offers the owners freedom from accountability.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Restaurants are struggling worldwide. Will Europe’s cafes and restaurants ever be the same?
Reading Time: 2 minutes Over the coming months, a team of WhoWhatWhy reporters will be covering the challenges and opportunities presented by the disruption of the 2020 school year.
Reading Time: 8 minutes As districts finalize plans for reopening schools in the fall, many are still uncertain how to best accommodate children with special needs.