Coronavirus

Read: Getting Back to ‘Normal’ After the Coronavirus Crisis

Getting Back to ‘Normal’ After the Coronavirus Crisis

Here are some issues schools, universities and healthcare facilities need to consider now that states and local governments are attempting to reopen the economy and ease COVID-19 restrictions.

Read: Safe Schools Maryland: While Schools Remain Closed, Tip Lines Are Open

Safe Schools Maryland: While Schools Remain Closed, Tip Lines Are Open

The center is encouraging students to report any concerning behavior as distance learning continues, creating more opportunities for cyberbullying.

Read: Illinois Valley CC Servers Shut Down by Ransomware Attack

Illinois Valley CC Servers Shut Down by Ransomware Attack

IVCC president said the servers professors are using for distance learning during the coronavirus crisis were not affected.

Read: California 2020-2021 School Year Could Start in July

California 2020-2021 School Year Could Start in July

If the adjusted 2020-2021 schedule is implemented, class start times might be staggered, and the number of students in a school and in a classroom would be limited.

Read: G4S to Hire Over 15,000 Employees Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

G4S to Hire Over 15,000 Employees Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

The coronavirus outbreak has led to an increased demand for security personnel in many industries, including healthcare and government.

Read: Pandemic Inflicting Tough Financial Losses on U.S. Colleges and Universities

Pandemic Inflicting Tough Financial Losses on U.S. Colleges and Universities

Institutions of higher education are losing revenue due to campus closures.

Read: Marshall County Executive Denies Grant Application for Additional SROs

Marshall County Executive Denies Grant Application for Additional SROs

Eight school resource officers were originally hired by the county after a 2018 shooting at Marshall County High School that claimed two lives.

Read: Maryland School District Break-ins Up 100%

Maryland School District Break-ins Up 100%

Local authorities believe kids having too much time on their hands due to COVID-19 quarantines is to blame for the steep increase in break-ins.

Read: School Districts, Colleges Grapple with How to Handle 2020 Graduations

School Districts, Colleges Grapple with How to Handle 2020 Graduations

Some schools have landed on drive-in graduations while others will do virtual ceremonies followed by in-person events at a later date.

Read: UPDATED: Where All 50 States (Plus D.C.) Stand with Coronavirus School Closures

UPDATED: Where All 50 States (Plus D.C.) Stand with Coronavirus School Closures

While the vast majority of states have closed schools for the remainder of the school year, some are still holding out hope.

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