Remote learning violations, mask-wearing offenses and an opportunity to rethink harsh discipline.
Children deserve so much credit for their resilience, and we can do a few things to give them a better 2021.
After their kids experienced tech glitches or turned off cameras during online learning, these families were accused of truancy and received legal threats.
Some days, kids seem to love it. Other days, they’re deep in Zoom gloom. Here's how to tell what's working and what's not.
Experts explain why this behavior is normal for children in online classrooms.
Remote learning has been really hard for many kids. But others are surprisingly thriving.
"It turns out the content of my TikTok was apparently more than just a little notable. It was, for lack of a better word, atomic."
During a year of unprecedented educational upheaval, experts are fearing that kids are going to start leaving school and not coming back.
Because my child alternates between asking when it's over and falling out of his chair.
"Week one of virtual 1st grade is 75% showing off pets."