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Read: Connected Nation, AT&T to Provide 35,000 Hotspots to 124 Schools, Nonprofits

Connected Nation, AT&T to Provide 35,000 Hotspots to 124 Schools, Nonprofits

The K-12 Homework Gap Program focuses on students in foster care, those experiencing homelessness, and students with disabilities, among others.

Read: Fall 2020 College Enrollment Drops Significantly for 1st-Year Students

Fall 2020 College Enrollment Drops Significantly for 1st-Year Students

The number of 2020 high school graduates who enrolled in college for Fall 2020 was down by nearly 22%.

Read: CDC: More Kids, Adolescents Got COVID from Social Events Than School

CDC: More Kids, Adolescents Got COVID from Social Events Than School

Mississippians aged 18 and under who tested positive were more likely to have attended a social event but not more likely to have attended school or childcare.

Read: 49,000 Chicago Public School Students Didn’t Attend First Day of Remote Learning

49,000 Chicago Public School Students Didn’t Attend First Day of Remote Learning

As a result, the district has made tens of thousands of phone calls, initiated a mass flyering campaign, and trained security officers for home visits.

Read: Care Counts Laundry Program Continues Through Pandemic

Care Counts Laundry Program Continues Through Pandemic

A program that provides access to clean clothes for students has found a way to continue to support families during the coronavirus pandemic.

Read: 85% of College Students’ Mental Health Affected by COVID-19

85% of College Students’ Mental Health Affected by COVID-19

TimelyMD also surveyed college students on their top concerns and how they are coping with increased stress and anxiety during the coronavirus pandemic.

Read: One-Fifth of Children Bullied on Social Media, According to Parents

One-Fifth of Children Bullied on Social Media, According to Parents

With students spending an unprecedented amount of time online due to social distancing and remote learning, cyberbullying has been a growing concern.

Read: Security Images Were Altered By Administrator, Says Anderson School District 2 Trustee

Security Images Were Altered By Administrator, Says Anderson School District 2 Trustee

The district’s superintendent has been on paid administrative leave since he refused to honor a school board vote to demote two employees.

Read: Denver, Seattle Schools Terminate Police Contracts

Denver, Seattle Schools Terminate Police Contracts

The push for removing police from schools and diverting funds toward social supports for students has gained traction following the killing of George Floyd.

Read: Where Does Your County Rank Regarding Disadvantaged Children?

Where Does Your County Rank Regarding Disadvantaged Children?

A new report from Save the Children ranked 2,600 U.S. counties based on hunger, school dropout, teen pregnancy and early death among kids.

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