Helping Children Cope With Mental Health Amid Covid-19

Helping Children Cope With Mental Health Amid Covid-19

Although everyone has been affected profoundly by the COVID-19 pandemic that shows no sign of stopping anytime soon, children are arguably the most affected in terms of the toll on their mental health. In this article, we'll explore how children, in particular, are...

Keeping Your Children Engaged In Learning During Covid-19

Keeping Your Children Engaged In Learning During Covid-19

With Covid-19 forcing everyone inside their homes, schools are postponed until further notice. But while businesses are all put on hold, your child's cognitive development and growth shouldn't be. Here are five ways on how to keep your child engaged in learning during...

Technological Resouces For All Seeking Healthy Mental Health

Technological Resouces For All Seeking Healthy Mental Health

The COVID-19 pandemic has kept millions of Americans with mental health issues from accessing the resources that were once guaranteed. Also, many have developed mental health problems because of the stress and anxiety now becoming a part of life. For those who have...

How to Measure Education Equity

How to Measure Education Equity

The difficulty in providing an equitable education is that by identifying which segments of the population are disadvantaged and require more, you also identify the ones that have an advantage. The privileged often feel as though their achievements and struggles are disregarded or overlooked when these advantages are pointed out. 

Tackling Economic Barriers in Education

Tackling Economic Barriers in Education

It is well-agreed upon that economic barriers impact all aspects of children's' lives, including the way they learn. Many economic factors influence how well an education a child receives, such as parental income, residing school district, parental involvement, etc. ...

The Wealth Gap in Education

The Wealth Gap in Education

At the end of 2017, the Economic Policy Institute (EPI) released a report that looked at gaps and trends in education inequalities and strategies to address them. EPI found with extensive research a conclusive demonstration that a child’s social class is one of the...

The Concept Of White Fragility

The Concept Of White Fragility

Oxford dictionary defines white fragility as discomfort and defensiveness on the part of a white person when confronted by information about racial inequality and injustice. The term was coined in 2011 in a journal article by US academic and educator Robin DiAngelo....

A History Of Disability Rights In America

A History Of Disability Rights In America

For a long time, people living with disabilities were extremely marginalized. In the 1800s, a person living with a disability was considered unfit and unable to make a meaningful contribution to society. In a way that many had thought was merciful, people with...

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