The New York Times
Thomas L. Friedman
– Oct 20, 4:58 PM
The good Lord works in mysterious ways. He (She?) threw a pandemic at us at the exact same time as a tectonic shift in the way we will learn, work and employ. Fasten your seatbelt. When we emerge from this corona crisis, we're going to be greeted…
George Lucas Educational Foundation
– Oct 20, 12:00 PM
Educators this year are faced with a multitude of decisions and reflexive reactions as schools and communities try to create the safest plans for the return to school, and the chronic unpredictability of this situation wears on our nervous systems.
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share by Email Curriculum advisers hand-picked by the Alberta government are recommending seven- and eight-year-olds learn about feudalism, Chinese dynasties and Homer's Odyssey in social studies classes.
President Donald Trump returns to the White House after multiple campaign stops over the weekend. | Photo by Samuel Corum/Getty Images The White House is considering slashing millions of dollars for coronavirus relief, HIV treatment, screenings for…
The Wall Street Journal
– Oct 21, 2:32 PM
For seven months I was very careful about mask wearing, social distancing and hand washing. As someone with asthma, I knew I faced heightened risk. Then, at the Rose Garden nomination event for Judge Amy Coney Barrett, and during debate…