Tag Archives: student

Remote School Meltdowns? Research Gives Window Into Student Well-Being During the Pandemic

There’s a picture that went viral early in the pandemic that became a symbol of how hard emergency remote schooling was for the youngest students. The image showed a 5-year-old student sitting at a small desk in his family’s kitchen, facing a laptop computer. He’s holding a pencil in one hand, pulling up the neck of his T-shirt with his other ... Read More »

Smith College Replaces Student Loans With Grants, Making Access and Equity a Priority

Last week marked one of the most moving moments of my higher education career. With the enthusiastic support of our board of trustees, Smith College announced the elimination of loans from our financial aid packages. Beginning in fall 2022, Smith will replace federal loans with institutional grants for all current and future undergraduates. As a first-generation college student, I could not be ... Read More »

Max. student failed in early secondary school

Understudies who leave grade school sharp and certain to realize very frequently slow down when they begin auxiliary, England’s schools inspectorate says. It urges head educators to make this period of educating, known as Key Stage 3, even more a need. Schools concentrate on GCSE and A-level years as a result of their significance, heads say. The Association of School ... Read More »

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