Analysis

Eleven Weeks. 686 Partners. 6,630 Phones and Laptops.

As the gravity of the coronavirus that has now claimed the lives of nearly 120,000 Americans set in, California was among the first states where college campuses began to abruptly shut down campuses and send […]

Child Welfare

Critics of Homeschooling Curtail the Open Discussion They Claim to Want

In April, Harvard Magazine interviewed Professor Elizabeth Bartholet about a law-review article in which she calls for a “presumptive ban” of homeschooling. The interview “prompted a tsunami of critical responses” by scholars, Harvard alumni, think […]

Child Welfare

No Need for Bullying in The Debate on Homeschooling

As COVID-19 continues to destroy lives and the economy, forcing millions of American parents to begin teaching their children at home, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) took to Twitter to call for […]

Coronavirus

Single Mother Struggling to Get By With Two Sons

Hello, my name is Candace Ortiz and I’m currently attending Cerritos College, and I am majoring in child development to obtain an associate’s degree in early childhood education. I was attending my last child development […]

Coronavirus

Getting Tossed Up in the Air by Pandemic

I feel like my whole life has been turned upside down. I am a college sophomore studying nursing at Plymouth State University in Plymouth, New Hampshire. My name is Savannah Scott. Our spring break started […]