Tag: Education

How to Teach Your Child to Love Reading

By: Abby Freireich and Brian Platzer The pressure you feel about your children’s reading is wholly understandable. Pediatricians and educators are constantly telling parents to prize literary skills. And with good reason: Early reading has been associated with a host of positive outcomes, not only academic, but social and emotional, too. So when kids falter as readers, parents often feel…

How To Navigate Education On & Offline During The Pandemic

By: Children and Screens This year’s “back-to-school” looks very different for families grappling with the pandemic. While some students will return to in-person learning, many will take their classes online or participate in a hybrid model that mixes virtual education with in-person attendance. Each scenario comes with its own set of challenges, opportunities, and anxieties. With this in mind, we’ve brought together…

Time for Kids Launches Free Digital Library for Those Affected by School Closures

TIME for Kids, the school-based publication that has provided quality, trusted journalism to millions of students in elementary classrooms for 25 years, announced today that it will bring TIME for Kids to homes for the first time. As families, teachers and students adjust to school closures as a result of the global spread of COVID-19, the new TIME for Kids digital library will provide access to new…

How to Fall Back in Love with Your Major

You entered college bright-eyed and ready to take on the world. You declared your major and then found yourself second-guessing it all. The classwork began to pile up, the exams got harder and you suddenly began questioning if this is even the field you want to be in. You feel burned out, but it happens to many. The key, however,…