ExploreCOVID-19 cases reported at metro Atlanta public schools Registration for the virtual and in-person Summer Academic Recovery Academy is open through the end of the month. APS estimates it will spend $13 million in federal stimulus funds on this summer’s effort, the first of a three-year push to extend learning […]

Hoarse voices reminiscing about last night’s wild time; young people in oversized university t-shirts crowding the liquor store; a cabal of high heels waiting for ride shares, with nary a mask in sight. Pandemic or not, it’s spring break in Miami Beach, Fla. At a hotel restaurant overlooking the beach […]

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Every day at 5 p.m., no matter what Dr. Debra Schwinn is doing, Palm Beach Atlantic University’s new president jumps on a Zoom call — not with faculty or donors, but with students in isolation due to the coronavirus. Schwinn, a physician and mom, worries […]

Before Joshua Hunt took classes online at Morehouse College, he gained a little experience in virtual learning at Pine Bluff High School, all while a traditional senior year became anything but traditional. His soccer season was just getting started, and the Pine Bluff Zebras had just won their first three […]

This year, spring break poses a balancing act for students who don’t want to spread coronavirus but need a break from school. iStock; Gilbert Espinoza/Insider Schools across the US canceled the week-long spring vacation to try to prevent the spread of COVID-19. But mental health concerns are on the rise, […]

With many Tucson school districts returning to some form of in-person learning in the coming weeks, the popular city-run KIDCO program is gearing up to resume its usual after-school program at its school-based sites.  Registration for the after school KIDCO program starts at 8 a.m. on Friday, March 12 online […]

An international student at Coventry University reading in the library. Photo: OLI SCARFF/AFP via Getty Images It has been two years since Nelson Nyandoro, a third year student at the University of Lincoln, has gone home. Coronavirus has thrown any plans of returning into disarray, and the Zimbabwe-born pharmacy undergrad is worried […]

To kick off the spring semester, Campus Recreation has reopened many of its facilities for UNC students and staff. These facilities include a variety of indoor, outdoor and virtual options for students to participate in. Bill Goa, director of Campus Recreation, said the goal is to offer every student an […]