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Virtual Learning Is Putting a Serious Strain on Teachers and Parents of Children With Special Needs

Virtual Learning Is Putting a Serious Strain on Teachers and Parents of Children With Special Needs

For Jamie Croshaw, remote learning has been incredibly difficult. As a mom to a 6-year-old daughter, Emma, and a 3-and-a-half-year-old son, Jackson, who has cerebral palsy,...

A special education teacher explains why virtual learning is so hard on her students

A special education teacher explains why virtual learning is so hard on her students

It isn’t easy setting up a virtual classroom on the fly. As the coronavirus pandemic grinds the nation’s education system to a halt, teachers have navigated computer shortages,...

How Doing Less Made Me a Better Parent | Sunshine Parenting

How Doing Less Made Me a Better Parent | Sunshine Parenting

After suffering from some random aches and pains (hello middle age!) and working way too hard for too many decades, I finally hit a physical and emotional breaking point a few...

Resilience: How Families Grow from Adversity

Resilience: How Families Grow from Adversity

Ability to meet and overcome challenges in ways that maintain or promote well-being. Most of us want to protect our children from struggle. After all, if we shoulder their...

Is this the crisis higher education needs to have?

Is this the crisis higher education needs to have?

On 29 November 1990, the then Australian treasurer (and future prime minister) Paul Keating, facing a financial crisis that would severely damage major sections of the...

Support Working Parents and Children for the Economy

Support Working Parents and Children for the Economy

Working parents must tackle the great challenge of balancing their personal and professional lives. This begs the question: how do I serve both the career I’m passionate about...

Tips To Keep Kids Practicing Their Instruments When School Is Out

Tips To Keep Kids Practicing Their Instruments When School Is Out

This is a sponsored post but all thoughts are my own. My boys love all the extra free time they’ve had lately. They’re enjoying more time relaxing, more time playing video...

Some childcare providers reaching into their own pockets to continue operations during the pandemic

Some childcare providers reaching into their own pockets to continue operations during the pandemic

Some childcare providers reaching into their own pockets to continue operations during the pandemic 5 MIN READ Tuesday, May 12, 2020, at 1:02 AM While state and federal funding...

Parents on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis speak up for better child care

Parents on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis speak up for better child care

Sacramento – For the past 23 years, Parent Voices, a parent-led and parent-run grassroots organization that fights for accessible and affordable child care, has visited the...

Severe Weather Preparations for Child Care During COVID-19

Severe Weather Preparations for Child Care During COVID-19

COVID-19 has dominated the news in recent months. As a result, many people may not have heard that this spring’s severe weather season has already made 2020 the deadliest...

How the Pandemic Has Been Good For Parenting - Parent Cue

How the Pandemic Has Been Good For Parenting - Parent Cue

If you have ever read any kind of parenting blog, book or resource, you are probably familiar with the term “helicopter parent.” It’s the parenting style that thrives on...

Psychologists Recommend We Parent in

Psychologists Recommend We Parent in

After the first few weeks in lockdown, my partner and I were stepping on each other's toes, bickering about minor infractions, and playing a constant game of tit for tat. There...