The closing of schools across the United States has been a disaster for most students, families, and teachers. But in some places, educators are making things work, and even finding ideas that could outlast the pandemic and transform American schooling for the better.
Online therapy for babies and toddlers with delays often works well — but funding isn’t keeping up with the need
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In this reporting collaborative, the Education Labs at AL.com, the Dallas Morning News, Fresno Bee and Seattle Times partnered with The Christian Science Monitor, Hechinger Report and Solutions Journalism Network to produce this series of solutions-oriented stories.
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Some students are finding that learning remotely, while challenging, has its upsides. What factors are leading them to succeed?